Gwyneth and her BFF Tracy Anderson just announced a new web series on AOL (ha!) called The Restart Project, ”inspired by women who have restarted their lives using health and fitness.” It’s supposed to showcase females “healing themselves” and look both at women’s insides and their outsides (but mostly their outsides — those fatty cows!).
She said … “I just had Moses — and I can’t get this weight off. I’ve never had a problem like this in my life.” She had 35 extra pounds on her. Her butt was long and she had outer thigh problems. Gwyneth is lucky because she’s really tall, so she can hide it really well in clothes, but she had significant problem areas. I felt so badly for her, and thought I could really help.
— Gwyneth’s trainer/BFF Tracy Anderson on their first meeting. Ouch!
Photo: Matthew Peyton, Getty Images for East Hampton Li
Gwyneth Paltrow has been looking “white hot,” and “going make-up free,” and bringing her kids to her book signing events, but what you haven’t heard about the bare-faced, diet evangelist is how she is treating her fellow writers. Spoiler: Not super well.
Jay McInerney and Christina Oxenburg weren’t too pleased when the 2013 Author’s NIght fundraising event at the East Hampton Library was hijacked by the Goop guru and her entourage. Why is everyone hating on poor Gwyneth? Could it be because of such pretentious statements like this?
I feel a sisterhood emerging around me. I’m less threatening now that I’m 40 and not 26-with-an-Oscar.
I have to say, that despite me being a huge fan of Gwyneth since I was a child, this blog is surprisingly entertaining. I can't say I agree with a lot of it, but it sure had me laughing!! haha
Listening to Gwyneth Paltrow getting sloshed with two Aussie radio hosts kind of makes me want to go drinking with her. Start around the 5:00, when she admits to eating bread(!), bitches about the MET Gala, and talks about fan-girling Psy.
I saw Iron Man 3 last night. Reviews are embargoed for a few more days, but I can say this: I didn’t hate Gwyneth Paltrow in it. If anything, I kind of wish there was MORE Gwyneth Paltrow in it. Whatever you may think of her IRL, she’s great as Pepper Potts. And her abs deserve top billing in this film.
Gwyneth Paltrow is your college essay. Gwyneth Paltrow is the really profound note you wrote to yourself at 3 a.m. with the Real Key To The Universe. Gwyneth Paltrow is your best friend’s band that you have never told her is no good. She seems perfectly nice but totally clueless of the effect she produces on others. She was literally wearing the Emperor’s New Dress on the red carpet just now. “No, Gwyneth,” everyone in the kingdom said. “That’s perfectly adequate coverage.” And there’s a certain delightful goofiness to her because of it.