Paltrow And Palance Top Worst Oscars Poll
GWYNETH PALTROW and JACK PALANCE have been voted the worst ever Best Actor and Actress Oscar winners in a new poll.
The survey of film fans by MSN Movies has found Academy Awards voters are often out of touch with the thoughts and opinions of regular movie-goers.
The decision to award Paltrow the top prize in 1999 for her role in SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE topped the Worst Best Actress category ahead of HALLE BERRY (MONSTER'S BALL), HELEN HUNT (AS GOOD AS IT GETS), JUDI DENCH (Shakespeare In Love) and NICOLE KIDMAN (THE HOURS).
Shakespeare In Love was named the Worst Ever Best Picture, ahead of CHICAGO, TITANIC, ROCKY and CRASH.
In the actor category, Palance topped the list for CITY SLICKERS ahead of CUBA GOODING JR (JERRY MAGUIRE), DON AMECHE (COCOON), JACK NICHOLSON (As Good As It Gets) and RUSSELL CROWE for A BEAUTIFUL MIND.
Berry tops the list of Worst Speeches at the Oscar ceremony for her tearful acceptance of the 2001 Best Actress award.