"Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver, the other is gold. A circle is round, it has no end. That's how long, I will be your friend." Those were the the lyrics to the "Make New Friends," the song so delicately sung by a tuxedo-clad and silver-haired Diane Keaton while she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award on behalf of legendary director Woody Allen. Sure, the song is an unconventional one to take center stage on one of Hollywood's biggest nights, but it might've helped distract viewers from the 78-year-old director's absence. However, you can't distract from the fact that Woody famously loathes awards shows. In fact, he's only attended one in his life. But since he didn't speak on Sunday night, we pulled this quote for you about why he passes on awards season, no matter what kind of gold he's being offered. "I'm not an awards person," Woody told the L.A. Times. "I said if I don't have to watch it and I don't have to come to it, they can do anything they want." And they did.