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DeCaro talks the Talk.

What do Madonna, Rupert Everett, Demi Moore, and Barry Diller have in common? They shared a ferry with out-and-campy film critic Frank DeCaro to the Statue of Liberty for Talk magazine's August 2 launch party. "The ride gave new meaning to the term power-boat," dishes DeCaro, whose reviews for Comedy Central's The Daily Show With Jon Stewart earned him a column in the first issue of editor Tina Brown's latest celebathon--and an invite to the party of 1999. Seems you couldn't swing a Dolce & Gabbana purse without hitting a headline. "Madonna and Rupert Everett were thick as thieves," DeCaro says. "And Willem Dafoe looked like a Chelsea boy!" When it comes to Pierce Brosnan, the Lady Liberty wasn't the only one carrying a torch that night. Coos DeCaro: "I've been on an `I love Pierce' bender since The Thomas Crown Affair."
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Title Annotation:celebrities at the launch party for 'Talk'
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 14, 1999
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