As Marilyn Monroe once sang, diamonds are a girls best friend.
But not rubies, certainly not in Megan Fox’s case, who refuses to accept the blood red jewels after a passion night with Sacha Baron Cohen.
And not only did the actress turn her nose up at the precious stones but she also took the opportunity to have a dig at the Kardashian girls, suggesting they would do anything for a pretty jewel.
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Worth every penny: Sacha Baron Cohen looks delighted with himself after a night of passion with actress Megan Fox in a scene from his new film The Dictator
Of course, Megan wasn’t really being mean about Kim, Khloe and Kourtney, but just having a bit of fun in her role in Cohen’s new film The Dictator.
The trailer for the film, shows Cohen, who plays a Middle East dictator, in bed with the actress after they have sex.
Paid in full: Megan looks through a velvet wrap which contains a gold watch, diamonds and rubies, one of which she holds up to him…
… before asking the naked Cohen if the rubies are a joke and what does she take him for, ‘a Kardashian?’
He tells her: ‘Megan, you were worth every penny. I trust everything is in there as your manager requested?’ as she gets dressed and sits on the bed looking through a velvet wrap filled with a gold watch, diamonds and rubies.
She holds up one of the rubies and asks him: ‘What’s this? A ruby? Is that a joke? What am I, a Kardashian?’
‘You’re much less hairy’: Cohen tells Megan that she is nothing like the reality TV girls
To which he replies: ‘No of course not, you’re much less hairy.’
The trailer opens with US President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and British Prime Minister David Cameron talking about putting an end to Saddam Hussein’s tyranny.
Gibberish: Sacha dictator named General Aladeen, who babbles to the camera before admitting he made all the words up
The palace: Aladeen strides through his throne room surrounding by his flunkeys and govenment
The trailer then cuts to Sacha who plays a North African dictator named General Aladeen, who rules over the Republic of Wadiya, clapping his hands and saying something in Arabic, which he then reveals he made up.
The opening strains of Jay-Z and Panjabi MC’s hit Beware of the Boys then kicks in as Sacha is seen in all his dictator glory walking through a huge gilded hall as he makes his way to his throne surrounded by his flunkeys.
His army: Aladeen salutes his troops as they march past…
…before the trailer cuts to shots of his female soldiers practising their combat skills
It then cuts to shots of the dictator watching over his troops marching and his female soldiers practising their combat skills before scenes of New York are shown with Cohen riding up Fifth Avenue on a white horse surrounded by his soldiers and security as he declares: ‘Ah America, the birthplace of AIDS.’
Cohen is then seen with his Admiral, played by Ben Kingsley, as they are welcomed to their five-star hotel by John C. Reilly who tells them: ‘While you’re here, I highly recommend you see the Empire State Building before you or one of your cousins takes it down.’
Ah, America! Aladeen waves from his horse as he rides through New York surrounded by his staff and soldiers
Weeeeeeeeee! Aladeen braves the height as he zip wires between two skyscrapers
The scene with Megan is then shown before it cuts to footage from the Wadiya Games and the 100m race and sees Aladeen take his position on the starter blocks with the rest of the runners.
The man with a start gun then shouts, ‘on your marks, get set’, but before he has a chance to shout, ‘go’, Aladeen shoots his own gun and starts running.
On your marks, get set: But Aladeen shoots his own gun for ‘go’ and makes a head start on the race
Only I can win: Aladeen shoots another runner who has been trying to catch up with him
He shoots another athlete who has started to catch up with him before making it to the finish line – which has been brought forward to help him win.
The Dictator is Cohen’s fourth film and tells the ‘heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed’ and is released next May.