Is Sandra Bullock Poised for an Oscar or a Jaguar XF? - VIDEO ENHANCED
Sandra Bullock may not be the favorite for this year's Best Actress Oscar, but a super-charged Jaguar XF would be pretty cool
HOLLYWOOD - February, 3, 2010: There's lots of talk about Sandra Bullock's performance in "The Blind Side," and her first nomination for an Academy Award. Bullock plays playing Leigh Anne Tuohy, the blond Memphis mother whose true story is the basis of the movie; a touching, moving story about a white woman and her family that take in a homeless, very large, young black man.
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While this may be Bullock's best performance ever, she fights an uphill battle for the Oscar because of Meryl Streep's unbelievable performance as Julia Child in "Julie & Julia."
So okay, let's say she doesn't score the golden statuette, what then? What would be an even better object for this beautiful actress? We think the new Jaguar XF sedan or coupe would be perfect. Simultaneously, the Jaguar XF is sporty, luxurious, sexy, sleek, and elegant. And because of its supercharged engine, even her husband, motorcycle builder Jessie James, would have to think twice about which ride he wanted on any given day.
We think she'd look great behind the wheel of any Jag XF.
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Sandra Bullock refuses to sell her first car
WASHINGTON June 11th, 2009; ANI reported that actress Sandra Bullock has revealed that she refuses to sell the car that she had bought with her very first pay check.
Bullock, 44, who still drives around in the 15-year-old car when she is home in Austin, Texas, and treats it like a very special keepsake of her late mother, who was very fond of it.
“I have the car… in my driveway in Austin. My dad was going to get a new car, and I was like, ‘You are not selling the first thing I ever bought - and that was mom’s baby!’” Contactmusic quoted her as telling E!online.
“It literally runs as well as it did then. So now it’s my car in Austin,” she added.