Aids fundraiser emcee Kevin Spacey mocks Donald Trump
Kevin Spacey bashed Donald Trump during an Aids fundraiser, saying he would enjoy visiting a place with "so many casinos to bankrupt".
Kevin served as master of ceremonies at Thursday's annual amfAR Cinema Against Aids fundraiser, held during the nearby Cannes International Film Festival.
Besides poking fun at Republican presidential candidate and businessman Trump over his casino history in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Kevin did impressions of former President Bill Clinton and actor Jack Lemmon.
The 1970s-disco-themed dinner, complete with glitter balls, featured a Sister Sledge performance of We Are Family, a song from the Village People and Katy Perry's disco rendition of her biggest hits as the finale.
There were celebrities aplenty at the event, auctioning off items including a yachting weekend for $616,000 (£423,000) and a week's stay at Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs, California, home for $336,000 (£231,000).
A walk-on role on Spacey's political drama House of Cards went for $560,000 (£384,000).
Stars in attendance included Lewis Hamilton, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Heidi Klum and Dame Helen Mirren.