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Actress Gwyneth Paltrow closeup and personal at The 17th Annual Women In Hollywood Tribute in Beverly Hills on October 18th, 2010. This color is great for this time of year and the cut in the back makes this dress juicy.
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On the death of Michael Jackson: "He was a freak. He looked like a character from Shrek. He was a black to white minstrel. He was crucified by that court case when he was accused of child molestation - that killed him.
"He personified the pain and anxiety of a black man in a slave country. We all watched as he changed form black to white. He was living performance art.
"I think it was fortuitous that he died. He was supposed to be doing 50 concerts in London. It wouldn't have mattered how good or bad he was. He wouldn't have managed to do all of them and the press would have destroyed him."
Meanwhile Rupert prefers former glamour model Katie Price over actress Gwyneth Paltrow because she has "more integrity".
He insists reality TV star Price - who has undergone several breast enlargement operations and built a topless modeling career under the moniker 'Jordan' - deserves respect for her honesty and efforts to raise her blind son Harvey.
He tells the U.K.'s Daily Mirror, "If I had the choice of being on a desert island with Jordan or Gwyneth Paltrow, I would choose Jordan. With Jordan you get the truth. She's treated like a quasi-hooker, whereas Gwyneth is seen as the patron saint of good living. Which one has more integrity? I would much rather have Jordan any day."
That's not all he's pissed about either! He claims disinformation about his face has cost him acting jobs.
A picture of the actor looking noticeably fresh-faced and wrinkle-free was printed in April 2009, fueling rumors the 50-year-old had undergone a drastic cosmetic procedure.
A spokesperson moved swiftly to deny the gossip, but Everett claims the damage had already been done to his career.
He explains, "That's just pathetic. This is where perception overtakes truth. Those images went all the way round the world, and at one point I lost a job from a great Australian director because of him seeing the before-and-after images in a newspaper.
"You can protest as much as you like, but they just doctor the photos."
And while Everett admits he has used wrinkle-freezing Botox injections before, he would think twice before having a face lift.
He adds, "A man shouldn't really have a facelift, because their faces don't deal with it well. But it's not reality, it's a patronizing fantasy. I haven't had one."
Rupert Everett at the Princess Anne Theatre for the preview screening of his documentary for Channel 4, 'The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron'in London, England on July 21st, 2009.