Meryl Streep has slated the lawyers representing Harvey Weinstein for using her name in defending him from a class action lawsuit.
Making headlines for pioneering an extravagant lifestyle rooted in vagina steams and $60 healing stickers, Gwyneth Paltrow has managed to cultivate quite a…
"I think without relationships of quality, you are not a successful person," the star says.
Truth In Advertising says GOOP "uses unsubstantiated and...deceptive, health and disease-treatment claims to market many of its products."
Jon Favreau will also reprise his role as Tony Stark's bodyguard and friend Happy Hogan.
The Queen of Goop obviously knows how to throw a good soirée, so to celebrate the release of her friend Naomi Watts’…
The star of movies like 'The Talented Mr Ripley' and an Oscar-winner for 'Shakespeare In Love' reckons she 'isn't sure' about continuing acting and may instead choose to concentrate her efforts on her lifestyle company Goop.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Keira Knightley were both thoroughly unsuitable to star in movie adaptations of Jane Austen novels, according to an expert on the celebrated novelist.
The stars -- exes included! -- came out in full force to celebrate the 40th birthday of a close friend.
When natural beauty Gwyneth Paltrow confessed that one of the secrets to her luminescence was Thermage, she had beauty bloggers and skincare worshipers alike considering this celeb-endorsed skin tightening treatment.
Related: You won’t believe what Gwyneth Paltrow’s beauty secret is “Hell yes,” she said on Goop.com in response to whether her answer was real. Balance is always important, but let’s face it, nothing is better than a good pizza.” Related: People are annoyed at Gwyneth Paltrow for only aelling expensive Goop items Paltrow also divulged to readers that it’s difficult to keep her kids healthy, in particular Apple, who reportedly shares a common weakness with the rest of us.
Like a living, breathing Calvin Klein campaign, these snaps would have us believe GP spent most of her 20s being a waify goddess partying with Brad Pitt, dressed in a selection of leathers and cashmeres in monochrome or earthy tones, and nothing but a slick of lipstick and a flute of Champagne in hand.
The dedication page of Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest cookbook, It’s All Easy, reads like a who’s who in preschool Hollywood.
Gwyneth Paltrow might have her haters (anyone pushing vajaycials and conscious uncoupling is bound to collect a boatload), but it’s undeniable that as a businesswoman, she knows what she’s doing — no matter how ludicrous her latest venture. In fact, according to her mother, Blythe Danner, she’s a half glass full kind of girl and is seeing the mishap as a good thing. “I called her immediately,” Danner told Page Six after she heard about the incident at the Time Warner Center.
One of my personal favorite holiday traditions is the annual GOOP gift guide, curated by Gwyneth Paltrow and her team of cashmere legging-wearing GOOPers. I have never purchased anything from any of these, but I, like many readers of the lifestyle newsletter, voraciously pour through the guides in an attempt to get a glimpse at the blonde Hollywood mogul’s psyche. “Whether you want to spend $8 or $8,000, we’ve rounded up some of the most stunning and appealing gift options around — each and every item (a leather travel journal, monogrammed pajamas, an Hermes iWatch, a trip to the moon…) is something we’d love to give or receive,” says the GOOP.
Gwyneth Paltrow hit the EMA red carpet in a slinky mint green cutout number. Photo: Getty GMO labeling, saving Africa’s stranded baby elephants, and water conservation were just a few of the topics on people’s lips at Saturday’s celeb-packed Environmental Media Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jessica Biel, Blythe Danner, Stana Katic, and Lance Bass were among the stars who came out to support this year’s honorees, which included Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Henley, and Kristen Davis.
Everything on Blake Lively’s lifestyle website is on sale — but not because of the changing seasons. Lively even admitted to Time in June that the pressure to meet a deadline played a part in not making the product she really wanted to put out.
Last week, Stephen Colbert announced he was finally turning himself into a brand, after being inspired by Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop, Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James, and the $95 artisanal wooden crates Blake Lively’s selling via her own lifestyle site, Preserve. After the launch of Colbert’s Covetton House, Snoop Dogg threw his own hat—or pipe—into the ring, with the launch of Merry Jane, a sort of Goop for weed, he promised. And no one’s more thrilled about the new additions to this increasingly weird space than Paltrow, the OG lifestyler.