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By SP_COP on November 21, 2013 | From metro.co.uk
It’s mid-October when Michelle Pfeiffer glides into town. While she’s here to talk up her new film, Mob comedy The Family, with Miley Cyrus all over the news like an irritable rash, conversation swiftly turns to her twerking antics. ‘She’s just reinventing herself and she has the right to do that,’ offers Pfeiffer, whose daughter, Claudia Rose, is the same age as the provocative 20-year-old singer. ‘She hasn’t killed anybody. I think a lot of it is by design.’

Dressed conservatively in a black trouser suit, you can’t imagine Pfeiffer gyrating for attention. But even in her heyday, slithering over that grand piano in her Oscar-nominated turn in The Fabulous Baker Boys or licking Michael Keaton as Catwoman in Batman Returns, the actress always let her sexuality sizzle with a bit of decorum. A former beauty queen – Miss Orange County, 1978 – who kickstarted her career in Grease 2, even three decades on, the slender, graceful 55-year-old could probably give most pageant hopefuls a run for their money.

The way she sees it, it’s always been ‘difficult’ for young women to survive in the entertainment business – and nothing’s changed. ‘I’m not really sure that young stars are behaving any worse,’ she says. ‘First of all, the lines have moved; the lines of what’s acceptable. The boundaries keep being pushed. In order to achieve shock value, you have to go to extremes these days. At the same time, a lot of behaviour that used to be considered extreme isn’t. It’s just a different time and different rules apply.’

The second of four children, Pfeiffer’s own rebellion came early – before the cameras were ever on her. Her father, an air conditioning contractor, was ‘strict and conservative’ but that didn’t stop the teenage Pfeiffer ditching school to go to the mall or the beach. For a time, she just wanted to be a surfer chick. Later, when she arrived in Los Angeles, she met a couple who lured her into a cult devoted to ‘breatharianism’ – one that believed humans can exist without food and water – and it was only her first husband, actor Peter Horton, who saved her....
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