Gwyneth Paltrow at the Oscar 2000. Peter Brooker / Shutterstock
Returning! Gwyneth Paltrow is the last celebrity to participate in "Everything in the Challenge, ”A fundraising effort created by Fanatics in which stars auction souvenirs and relief experiences from COVID-19.
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"It's the end of the 90s, which is back in style now, so I thought it would be a good donation," said the mother of two in her IGTV ad video.
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Paltrow named the flashy number with a long red statement necklace, silver shoes with straps and a matching bag. She completed the look with essential elements of the 90s: bracelets and a discreet hairstyle.
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In the accompanying caption, Oscar winner Shakespeare in Love wrote: “In an effort to focus on organizations that provide food assistance, I joined #allinchallenge, which is raising money for @mealsonwheelsamerica, @nokidhungry, @nwiditchen, @feedingamerica and @americasfoodfund, "
“I am donating a dress that I wore to Oscar (and that has great sentimental value!), Which I will personally give you a cup of tea or a glass of wine. Go to allinchallenge.com bidding on 100% of the funds will help Americans who are currently food insecure. "
In addition to the dress, the winner of the auction will also have a "cup of tea or glass of wine" with Paltrow, as well as an economical round-trip flight, a hotel stay in Los Angeles and ground transportation to and from the airport. destiny. Casual!
The starting bid for the size 4 dress was $ 2,500 and the current bid is $ 6,250. The auction ends on Friday, May 1.
The actress was nominated for the challenge by actor Gary Vaynerchuk of Planet of the Apps. To maintain the charity efforts, Paltrow appointed Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lake Bell to join in the fun.
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Critics were quick to note in the comment section that Paltrow has not spoken positively about this dress in the past.
In a post on the Goop website in 2013, she talked about Calvin Klein's dress: "It's a nice dress, but not Oscar material. I chose it because I wanted to disappear that year."
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