We can all imagine what it's like to walk a red carpet (who among us hasn't fantasized about hanging on Leo's arm in a big sparkly dress?), but what about what it's like to cover one? As an on-air correspondent for E!, Zanna Roberts Rassi has a totally unique take on the Oscars—from 6 a.m. to midnight, she's running around the red carpet and the after-parties, and then is back on air the next day to recap it all. Here, her diary from the whirlwind 24 hours.More
We are on our way to the famous Roosevelt hotel, our base camp for the next 16 hours. E! has the entire hotel covered with 20 on-screen talent and hundreds of behind the scenes crew.
I arrive with Nat and Kate—my right and left arms. Yes, this is all luggage for one day! Roughly 15 pairs of shoes, $100,000 worth of diamonds, and 10 designer dresses. If I weren't so busy, I'd feel like a spoiled princess.