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Orlando Bloom & Colin Firth: Audi Party People

Orlando Bloom & Colin Firth: Audi Party People

Orlando Bloom comes out to support fellow British actor Colin Firth at Audi and Godiva Chocolate Vodka’s “The King’s Speech” Awards Season Party held at Chateau Marmont on Monday (February 7) in Los Angeles.

Earlier in the day, Colin attended the Academy Awards nominations luncheon. He later hit AARP Magazine‘s 10th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards.

The Queen of England reportedly saw The King’s Speech, which centers around the stammer her father, King George VI, struggled to overcome, and was pleased.

“She found it moving and enjoyable. She was clearly amused by some of the lighter moments,” a source told U.K.’s The Sun.

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44 Responses to “Orlando Bloom & Colin Firth: Audi Party People”

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  1. 1
    lucy2 Says:

    I know I’m supposed to ooohhh over Orlando, and yes, he looks adorable here, but I’ve really always had more of a crush on Colin. **sigh**

  2. 2
    SOS Says:

    No you’re not suppose to oohhh over Orlando Lucy.Only if you personally like him not what the rest tell you to do

  3. 3
    Endrid Says:

    I love Orlando. He’s a doll! Colin is pretty hot too!

  4. 4
    YAY! Says:

    Two of my favorite Brits!
    They both look so handsome!
    I’m glad that they became friends while filming Main Street!
    Bet they spent more than a few minutes looking at pictures of Flynn. :)
    Love both of them, and I really hope that Colin wins the Oscar!

  5. 5
    ForReal? Says:

    Now these two deserve write ups. Fatherhood seems to suit Orlando, and well, Colin has always been a cutie pie.

  6. 6
    Thai Says:

    A non-actor and a real actor. Guess who’s who.

  7. 7
    yes! Says:

    @Thai:
    You are right. I can add : one ex actor and one very present actor.

  8. 8
    Antonia Says:

    Two of my favourite British actors. Now, if Alan Rickman were there as well, it would be a complete hit with me!

    Just one note: Her Majesty is Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (and of Her other Realms and Territories), not just England.
    I know this may sound petty but I really do hate the way most Americans keep referring to her as Queen of England.

  9. 9
    British Says:

    Thank you #8 Antonia, I was just about the say the same thing regarding the reference to the “Queen of England”. Americans don’t help their image of of complete ignorance.

  10. 10
    Sligo ^__^ cute Says:

    Now feel good. . what this? why orlado here?

  11. 11
    Sligo ^__^ cute Says:

    He loser fun hehehehehe

  12. 12
    @8-9 Says:

    Maybe that’s because since we kicked you out in 1776, your country just doesn’t really matter to us here?
    And why not abbreviate her title, when EVERYONE knows who she is?
    That’s just petty.
    I also love the fact that you insult us as “Americans”, when that includes all of North, South and Central America?
    Who did you mean to insult?
    Hypocrites.

  13. 13
    @6-7 Says:

    Copied / pasted what someone said on the other thread, since it’s a fitting response to the ridiculous comments of you ‘two’ (sure) haters.
    “He’s rumored to be starting The Laureate soon, as well as bringing Legolas back to life. He finished three indies last year, and has a fledgling production company to look after. Not to mention that he wrapped 3M not too long ago.
    How much work does he have to do for you to consider that he has a “real job”?
    But I know you.
    You are just upst that he has spent the last few months at home with his wife who just delivered his first child.
    How dare he take the time to be with the woman he loves as she gives birth to the baby that he has wanted for so long???
    Has-been?
    Do has-beens get paid millions to rep for companies and to appear in films?
    Nope, didn’t think so.
    So since he DOES get paid millions, he must not be a has-been, right?
    LOL!”
    ta!

  14. 14
    carly Says:

    I’m From London, England And I Can Say That Colin Firth Is Making England Proud GO COLIN WOOOOOOO :-D Awwww Orlando *Swoons* Another Brit :) He’s Gorgeous :-) I’ve Loved Him Since Lord Of The Rings, I’m Gutted We Ain’t Married & Had Babies Together *Sad Face* Love You Orlando *** And If It All Goes Wrong You Know Where To Find Me *Winks* :-)

  15. 15
    carly Says:

    I’m From London, England And I Can Say That Colin Firth Is Making England Proud GO COLIN WOOOOOOO :-D Awwww Orlando *Swoons* Another Brit :) He’s Gorgeous :-) I’ve Loved Him Since Lord Of The Rings, I’m Gutted We Ain’t Married & Had Babies Together *Sad Face* Love You Orlando *** And If It All Goes Wrong (With Wifey You Know Where To Find Me *Winks* :-)

  16. 16
    Emma Says:

    LOVE THEIR BRITISH ACCENT

  17. 17
    @8 and 9 Says:

    What?
    I’ve never heard ANTONE use the Queen’s full title. Not even newscasters on the BBC. I think that you are just using that as an excuse to insult people.

  18. 18
    @8 and 9 Says:

    ~ANYONE~
    *head-desk*

  19. 19
    @8 Says:

    Please provide a link to two normal broadcasts (not bios, or special reports) where her ENTIRE title is used.
    People normally refer to her as simply ‘The Queen’.
    You’re just being hateful.

  20. 20
    Karley Says:

    YAY!
    My two favorite British men!
    Thanks, JJ.

  21. 21
    amy Says:

    What a great picture. Love these two. I’m so glad for Colin Firth’s well-deserved success this year. He seems a lovely man.

  22. 22
    British Says:

    There is no need for The Queen’s full title, of course. The problem is that she is not the Queen of England. She is the BRITISH Queen. Its not petty, it’s just incorrect and completely irritating and disrespectful to the every Brit that have the fortuity not to be English. And I’ve met enough people from both the USA and Canada to know that the former are generally referred to Americans without causing offense to the rest of the continent.

    “Maybe that’s because since we kicked you out in 1776, your country just doesn’t really matter to us here?” If it helps, England and Scotland have had a united Monarchy – meaning no Queen of England (or Scotland) – for longer than your country has existed. It’s even more ignorant and egocentric to suggest that you actually don’t care what goes on outside your own country. You’re really not helping your case.

  23. 23
    LISA Says:

    @@8-9: HEY I LIVE IN RAMSEY,NEW JERSEY U.S., MY MUM AND DAD LIVE BACK HOME IN ELMBRIDGE,SURREY,ENGLAND ‘ I KNOW AND LOVE BOTH COUNTRIES’

  24. 24
    @23 Says:

    That was pretty rude of them, but I think that it was probably just their knee jerk response to your condescending tone.
    You were rude first, so you can’t play the injured party now.

  25. 25
    Misha Says:

    Great pic of them together! Both of them seem like class-A gentleman :)

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