Gwyneth Paltrow's just as shallow as the rest of us
They say it's what's on the inside that counts. That's what Gwyneth Paltrow said, anyway. The actor and daughter of proud Philadelphian Blythe Danner spoke on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show yesterday.
THEY SAY it's what's on the inside that counts.
That's what Gwyneth Paltrow said, anyway. The actor and daughter of proud Philadelphian Blythe Danner spoke on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show yesterday.
Gwynnie contended that her early affairs with Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck were basically looks-based. "When you're in your 20s, you can get swept up in [looks]," the Goop goddess explained to the King of All Media, as if a superficial mind-set was new to Stern.
The confession did wonders for Paltrow's too-good-for-you image, yet left us wondering: That makes ex-husband Chris Martin not hot, then?
Coulda fooled us.
Also not handsome?
Yet again, Bradley Cooper professed that he's mostly thought of himself as regular lookin'.
On yesterday's "Today" show, Coop's Caribbean-blue eyes looked straight into Matt Lauer's baby browns as the Rydal native confided that it didn't occur to him he was easy on anybody's eyes until "2011, with People magazine" (that's when and where the former People Paper intern was chosen as the "Sexiest Man Alive").
The Oscar-nominated actor then discussed his new film, "American Sniper," in wide release tomorrow. At times, the pride of Montco lapsed into a subtle version of the Texas twang of his character, late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
On turning 40 just 10 days ago, the Birds fan said, "I kinda love it."
Feeling's mutual, Brad. So, so mutual.
North Philly native Kevin Hart graces the cover of the current issue of the Hollywood Reporter. In an interview in the magazine, Hart held forth on his work ethic, which amounts to working when he's not working, and working when he's with his kids.
"I want to be a mogul, like Oprah or Jay Z or Tyler Perry," he told writer Stephen Galloway. Hart pulled off the most roundabout take on the Cosby scandal, preferring to include his dad, Henry Witherspoon, his fiancee, Eniko Parrish, his two Dobermans and his 500 pairs of sneakers.
Talk about British synergy. This week on "Downton Abbey," Lord Grantham adopted a wireless. (That's a radio, for those of us born in the past 100 years.)
This week in Buckingham Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry joined Twitter. Together.
So far, @KensingtonRoyal has promoted a sports coach training program to aid athletics in underserved communities, and tweeted out a photo of Prince Harry looking not as short as you might expect while standing next to former Sixer Dikembe Mutombo.
How long before Harry starts posting goofy selfies? We give it 48 hours.
Downs and ups
'Twas an up-and-down day for the Biebs. Shortly after he revealed that he's working with hip-hop legend Rick Rubin, Us Magazine published a story saying that Justin Bieber got old-school dissed by Keith Richards over New Year's in Turks and Caicos. Apparently, the Stones legend met the pop boy, and dubbed him "a wannabe."
Deep thought: Temporary Tattle would happily suffer public insults at the hand of one or more rock legends, provided the insults happened during the winter at Turks and Caicos.
She'd even settle for Sandals.
* The Hanover Theatre in Worcester, Mass., canceled Bill Cosby's Feb. 6 show there. Tatt-why?
* A porn star tweeted out photos of a private part she alleged belonged to Chris Brown. Soon thereafter, Twitter suspended her account. Tatt-shortly thereafter?
* Tuesday was double-date night for Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble, and Lance Bass and Michael Turchin. Tatt-Dutch?
* Rapper 2 Chainz and big mouth Nancy Grace debated marijuana legalization, and everybody watched. Tatt-you, too?
- Daily News wire services contributed to this report