During the course of their conversation, Ms. DeGeneres proposed a game of “Never Have I Ever,” and the tone quickly turned naughty. Ellen asked about visiting a nude beach, getting arrested and even sexting, with all three costars weighing in with their paddles.
She’s been busy promoting her new movie “Mortdecai,” and last night (January 15) Gwyneth Paltrow paid a visit to “Watch What Happens Live.” The “Sliding Doors” dame was extremely open about her life as host Andy Cohen drilled her with questions.
Cohen asked which of her exes’ current wives she’d rather be stuck with in an elevator- Brad Pitt’s wife Angelina Jolie or Ben Affleck’s wife Jennifer Garner. She replied, “That’s a really good question! Um, I mean… I think either. I really like Jennifer Garner. I don’t know Angelina Jolie Very well.”
When Jimmy Fallon took over as host of “The Tonight Show,” we knew we’d be in for some special surprises, and last night (January 14) he teamed up with Gwyneth Paltrow for a memorable musical medley.
Announcer Steve Higgins began, “Ladies and gentlemen, forget everything you know about rap music. Here to perform Broadway versions of hip hop songs, please welcome Gwyneth Paltrow!” Gwyn and Jimmy tackled such favorites as “Started From The Bottom” by Drake and Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda.”
She certainly has plenty of experience with high-profile break-ups and Gwyneth Paltrow opened up about her romantic past during her visit on “The Howard Stern Show” today (January 14).
The “Shakespeare in Love” lady credits her decision to date Brad Pitt with helping her gain popularity in the entertainment industry- “I’m sure it was a good thing for my career. I definitely fell in love with him. He was so gorgeous and sweet… I mean, he was Brad Pitt!”
Looking fine in the New Year, Gwyneth Paltrow poses up a storm for the February 2015 cover of Marie Claire magazine. The sexy “Shakespeare in Love” actress wears a futuristic black and white ensemble as she works her magic for photographer Jan Welters and in her interview she talks about her breakup with Chris Martin.
Gwyn explains, “There was nothing dramatic or anything. I had built my life on trying to be all things to all people, and I just couldn’t do it anymore, and I really had the sense that I wasn’t allowed to have needs, and I had to prove my specialness or self-worth by doing all this stuff and taking care of everybody else, and I just sort of hit a wall.”