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Orlando Bloom: Bambi Awards with Sarah Jessica Parker!

Orlando Bloom: Bambi Awards with Sarah Jessica Parker!

Orlando Bloom suits up as he accepts an award at the Bambi Awards on Thursday (November 11) at Filmpark Babelsberg in Potsdam, Germany.

The 33-year-old actor and daddy-to-be was celebrated with the Charity award for his work with UNICEF!

Orly‘s award was presented by Sarah Jessica Parker, who wore an empire waist gown with lace bodice and subtle sequin detail by Elie Saab.

FYI: The Bambi Awards recognize excellence in media and TV “with vision and creativity who affected and inspired the German public that year”.

10+ pictures inside of Orlando Bloom and Sarah Jessica Parker at the Bambi Awards…

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  • Whodunit

    It seems there are more celebs getting awards for charity work than actually doing the work.

    *NOTE: I said SEEMS*

  • boston61

    Sarah honey it’s time to invest in long sleeves. Try the grandma department. Or maybe the equine department.

  • ida

    He reminds me of my Ancient greeks Professor with that “beard-mustache, whatever thats called”.:Phe needs to change…..sth!so the same….

  • SouthMoon

    {chorus: sidi}

    Dear ‘frayn, I meant to write you sooner but I just been busy
    You said your pregnant now, how far along is you?
    Look, Im really flattered you would call your daughter that
    And heres an autograph for your goldfish,
    I wrote it on the starter cap
    Im sorry I didnt see you at the show, I musta missed you
    Dont think I did that shit intentionally just to diss you
    But whats this shit you said about you like to fuq yourself too?
    I say that shit just clownin dogg,
    Cmon – how fuqed up is you?
    You got some issues ‘frayn, I think you need some counseling
    To help your ass from bouncing off the walls when you get down some
    And whats this shit about us meant to be together?
    That type of shitll make me not want us to meet each other
    I really think you and your waxwork need each other
    Or maybe you just need to treat him better
    I hope you get to read this letter, I just hope it reaches you in time
    Before you hurt yourself, I think that youll be doin just fine
    If you relax a little, Im glad I inspire you but ‘frayn
    Why are you so mad? try to understand, that I do want you as a fan
    I just dont want you to do some crazy shit
    I seen this one shit on the news a couple weeks ago that made me sick
    Some bitch was drunk and drove her bike over a bridge
    And had her waxwork in the trunk, and he had a melted little dick
    And in the car they found a tape, but they didnt say who it was to
    Come to think about, her name was.. it was you

  • sara

    yeah, it sure does seem that way sometimes.
    But at least there are people like Orlando who give their time, as well as their money. His being named an Ambassabor for UNICEF last year was proof that he walks the walk, and doesn’t just talk the talk.
    He should be very proud to receive that award.
    And on a shallower note.
    he looks beautiful!

  • I’m watching you

    South Moon your the sick one!

  • @4

    More like South-LOON.
    Better make that Delphi-Loon

  • Yay!

    Good job Orlando!
    It’s nice to see him being recognized for his charity work.
    He’s such a good man.

  • Cleans up nice

    Almost forgot how good he looks when he’s showered and all suited up! He looks quite nice here although I still prefer him without the ‘stache.

  • Jayne

    It’s about time he got one, well done he the best and orlando put the work in to.

  • Roally

    I met him earlier this week in Barcelona. Good looking man but not that nice, maybe I should I have said i was charity work lol

  • Mari


    Or maybe you should have left him alone?

  • @Roally

    Do you have more details? I’d like to have a well-rounded picture of him.

    There are occasional reports of him being standoffish or dismissive. On the other hand when he went to Bend to cycle the Mackenzie River last year, there were people saying they’d talked to him without realising who he was, but they were struck anyway by what a nice guy he was.

    So the more information about encounters with him the more it will be possible to put the picture together.

  • Jayne

    When i met orlando he was sooooo lovely to me. And he came back to me when he did’nt have to so i say he a nice man.

  • sara

    It probably depends on how and when you approach him.
    If he isn’t busy getting somewhere, or in the middle of dinner he is probably a lot nicer than if you approach him when he is obviously busy.
    My favorite “negative” fan encounter was the girl that took a photo of him when he was upset about something, then refused to delete the picture, then got angry when he wouldn’t pose for another shot. She then sold her pic to a pap site, complaining about how “rude” he was. The telling point was how many comments went against HER for being rude to HIM.
    We have many more positive reports than negative, so I am leaning toward him being a super nice guy. But he is also human. He can’t be perfect 24/7/365.

  • http://justjared Mjforever

    Love him the Delphi loons makes me sick.

  • yes!

    It’s so nice to see a celeb getting attention for doing something GOOD, instead of for doing something BAD.
    Congratulations, Orlando!!

  • Sarah

    I sure miss the wild crazy cool Orlando back in the old mohawk days. I guess he’s matured a whole lot since then. It’s good to see him get involved with charity though.

  • @18

    Yeah, he’s now a mature,responsibe, married man who is about to become a father.
    If he was still the “wild crazy cool” kid that he was ten years ago, I would be very worried about him and his future.

  • Congrats Orlando!

    Good for him for giving back to society. Well deserved award!

  • Roally

    I do not have details. We just shared a lift, it was me, my partner and him and three people who were with him. He didn’t say ‘hi’ to the elevator operator like everyone else did and when we were up, in a place with no more people and I greeted him and asked for a photo, he said ‘No’ and just turned around giving me his back. I was surprised by that, thought he would be nicer by the interviews. I was not asking for a ‘yay! I would love a pic with you!’ but a ‘No, I’m sorry, I don’t think this is the place’ or whatever would have been better than a harsh ‘No’ and an instantaniously view of his back…

  • @21

    It could still have been time and place. Or maybe you interrupted a conversation, or he was concentrating on something.
    Either way, as has been said, he can’t be perfect 24/7/365.
    The good reports still far outweigh the bad. So maybe you just caught him at a bad time, or he simply wasn’t in the mood to be bothered.
    It happens.

  • @21

    Thanks for coming back with that info. I do agree it would have been polite to say “Sorry, it’s not a good time” or something like that, even if he was trying to concentrate. Maybe he’s tried that and he’s found that people tend to argue?

  • Odd

    I agree, doesn’t sound much like the Orlando I’ve always read/heard about. At events (premieres and the like) he’s usually so charming and friendly, and accommodating, but of course at those types of events he’s ‘out in the public eye’ so to speak and oftentimes surrounded by scores of fans (and photographers). His behavior in this case does seem a little surprising and I agree that he could have declined in a way that was still polite and not so dismissive. .

  • Roally

    @21 No problem. I just wanted to clearify that I wasn’t some kind of girl running behind him crying from his attention lol People didn’t seem to like my joke on the first comment.
    I agree with all of you, I was surprised by his attitude. But I guess you are right, everyone has right to have a bad day. He wasn’t talking with his people so I didn’t interrupt anything, thought. I have been thinking however, few people recognized him and maybe he didn’t want people to ‘know’ he was there since it was a tourisic crowded place. It was nice seeing him, however.

  • @25

    That might have been part of it.
    He can go most places unrecognized when he keeps his head down because people aren’t expecting him to be there.
    If anyone noticed that it was him, then drew attention to him by taking photos in a crowded area, it could have been quite dangerous for him, and anyone near him.
    His bad day and/or situation ruined your encounter, which is a shame.
    But once again, the good reports far outweigh the bad. Which is more than you can say for most celebs. So maybe the next time you see him he will have a smile for you.

  • mia

    to Roally

    So called celebrities live from us- we are going to their movies or concerts, buying journals etc. We are making them celebrities. When they are in public it is a matter of politeness to be nice and decent to us. I don’t think they have any right to be rude or not polite to people who are decent to them. They are popular and known- if they can not stand it, they should find another job.

  • @mia

    I don’t quite agree. They should be as polite as anyone normally is to a stranger, but they don’t owe their fans anything more. They do their work and we pay to see it if we enjoy watching it. That’s what we get for our money. We shouldn’t feel entitled to more than we’d ask from any other stranger.

  • mia


    I am sure you wouldn’t ask me for autograph if we met on the street. Or to make photo with me. Because you and me are strangers. They- celebrities- are not strangers for us in this way, because we know them. Should I pretend that I don’t know who Orlando Bloom is if I met him ( it would be nice to meet him). Why? I like his movies, his stile. I am not talking about stalkers or even paps. I am talking about people like Roally. I don’t think he did it right to her. Being polite is not so difficult.

  • @mia

    I’m not saying it’s right for celebrities to be rude. And it does sound like he was a bit rude. They should be just as polite as anybody else.

    I’m saying, knowing who someone is and loving their work or their charisma, doesn’t mean they owe you anything. In my opinion. You can approach them and ask for a photo, but you have to take the line that you’re invading their privacy. NOT be thinking that they ought to be grateful that you’re interested in them.

    I know some fans are like this, though it doesn’t sound as if Roally was.

    I know it’s an issue being recognised, and celebrities don’t like it if you draw attention to them by saying their name loudly, because then everyone else comes swarming over, and the same thing can happen if they take a photo or give an autograph. Lots of people notice what’s going on and decide to ask for one too, even if they aren’t a particular fan of the celebrity in question.