How L’Oreal Rode the Wave of Diane Keaton’s Bizarre Ode to Woody Allen

The Twitterverse was not impressed

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After Diane Keaton gave a somewhat bizarre ode to Cecile B. DeMille Award winner Woody Allen at the Golden Globes (that concluded in an a cappella rendition of the children’s song “Make New Friends, But Keep the Old”), L’Oréal immediately came in with a perfectly timed commercial starring the actress.

The Twitterverse had mixed reviews:

Watch the spot here.


I cannot believe how many people sit on their pedestals judging others.  Jump right in, if you feel and think you could better.  Who nominated you to be God?  When you look that good at her very young age, good luck to you do as well and to be as genuine.