Host Dana Carvey had a little useful advice for the ladies in the audience at the Fragrance Foundation Awards Wednesday evening. “I think if women are honest, they like a strong man,” he said to the packed house at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. “They like the broad shoulders and the washboard abs. They like strength. They also want a man who can talk to them and understand them. But ladies, you can’t have that guy. Because he has a boyfriend.”
The audience’s hysterical laughter in response set the tone for a lively evening, and although Carvey originally dryly noted that the ceremony would take “17 hours,” it easily clocked in at a little over an hour.
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