Ryan Seacrest Sacha Baron Cohen

February 27, 2012 by staff 

Ryan Seacrest Sacha Baron Cohen, The Dictator has arrived! Sacha Baron Cohen did exactly what the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences initially didn’t want him to — he showed up on the Oscar red carpet as the character in his upcoming movie, The Dictator, flanked by military assistants bearing flowers.

Stirring up just the right amount of buzz in recent days, Cohen said he had been banned by the Academy for pulling such a promotional stunt at the awards show. He then threatened “unimaginable consequences” if he didn’t get his tickets. Apparently the threat from Admiral General Aladeen is not taken lightly.

He stopped to talk to E!’s Ryan Seacrest, who asked, of course, “Who are you wearing?”

“I’m wearing John Galliano,” said Aladeen, “but the socks are from Kmart! As Saddam Hussein once said to me, socks are socks, don’t waste money.”

He said he was happy to be at the big event.

“I love it here because it gave me an opportunity to bring my dear friend and tennis partner, Kim Jong-il,” he said showing a gold urn with an image of the North Korean leader who died in December. “It was my dream to come to the Oscars and be sprinkled over the red carpet and Halle Berry’s chest.”

He then pretended to look at the bottom of the urn, saying it was from South Korea, and spilled the ashes all over Seacrest’s dapper Burberry tuxedo! Whoa!

“Now when people ask who you are wearing, you will say Kim Jong-il!” the general told Seacrest, as security guards seemed to pull him down the red carpet. Classic Oscar moment.

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