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Don't expect Gwyneth Paltrow to land on the cover of Vogue anytime soon.
The "Iron Man 3" actress took aim at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala, labeling the star-studded night "un-fun" and vowing that she won't return to the party next year.
"I'm never going again," Paltrow told USA Today. "It was so un-fun. It was boiling. It was too crowded. I did not enjoy it at all."
The 40-year-old, who wore a pink vintage Valentino gown, didn't even bother to dress up for the "Punk: Chaos to Couture," theme, telling Vogue's live stream of the red carpet, " I guess it’s punk in that I’ve gone just totally classic on a punk night.”
When you're the "World's Most Beautiful Woman," dissing Anna Wintour and her fabled Met Gala must be totally normal. But for the rest of Hollywood, it's fashion and social suicide.
The Oscar winner's harsh comments actually come as a surprise, since her bestie Beyoncé was one of the co-chairs of the fancy fete. Oh well, we guess every party has a pooper.
Despite Paltrow's paltry words, not every celeb had a terrible time!
Katy Perry tweeted up a storm and raved about the Jell-O shots, while Julianne Hough compared the night to being Cinderella at the ball.
Jell-O shots at The Met ball is tres punk!
— Katy Perry (@katyperry) May 7, 2013
See Gwynie, some people know how to have a good time at a party!
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