Glenn Close feels Gwyneth Paltrow's Oscar win didn’t make sense

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Updated Nov 29, 2020 | 11:52 IST

American actress Glenn Close feels that Gwyneth Paltrow, didn’t deserve the most effective actress’ Oscar award for Shakespeare in Love. She feels that Fernanda Montenegro’s efficiency ought to have been recognised.

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Glenn Close feels  Gwyneth Paltrow didn't deserve Oscar

Glenn Close feels Gwyneth Paltrow did not deserve Oscar&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

The Academy missed the mark when it awarded actor Gwyneth Paltrow ‘finest actress’ for Shakespeare in Love in 1999, the American actor Glenn Close mentioned in a latest interview. According to Page Six, throughout an interview with ABC News‘ Popcorn with Peter Travers, the 73-year-old star praised actor Fernanda Montenegro’s “powerful performance” in Central Station and mentioned that it “triumphed” Paltrow’s.

“I honestly feel that to be nominated by your peers is about as good as it gets. And then, I’ve never understood how you could honestly compare performances, you know?” Close mentioned. “I remember the year Gwyneth Paltrow won over that incredible actress who was in ‘Central Station’ and I thought, ‘What?’ It doesn’t make sense,” she added.

The Hillbilly Elegy continued so as to add, “So I think who wins has a lot of things to do with how things have been, you know, whether it has traction or whatever. Publicity, how much money did they have to put it out in front of everybody’s sight. I have to be philosophical about it if I was upset about it.”

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