- Guardian 19:57April 2, 2020Lee Ryan takes over the world – is this the future of post-pandemic celebrity?Stars and entrepreneurs will find bizarre opportunities in the conspiracy-theory laced hell for ordinary folk that is the coronavirus pandemicSpare a thought for those tasked with covering the world of showbiz in this unprecedented time of crisis (me). Celebrities have hissed backwards into their bunkers. The nightclubs they used to fall out of have shut. Every possible configuration of social media beef has been replaced with platitudes about staying indoors. They are singing. There is no meat on the bones to make soup from. There is nothing out here on the wastelands to write about. Do you want 1,200 words about Drake’s pictures of his kid? Do you want me to break apart Alex James’s scrumpy recipe (“Orchards are enchanting places”)? Do you want that? Look in the mirror and gaze sternly into your own eyes. Think about this. Do you want that? You don’t want that.The world of celebrity is changing under the dark shadow of ’rona 2020, and it’s important to recognise the hair-sprouting and the clenching bones of this sort of social puberty. What emerges from the burrows once all this has blown over will be very different from what went in. Some will not have enough celebrity credit in the bank to weather this storm (do you think the phrase “Wallace from Love Island” will mean anything by the time September rolls around? It will sound like an alien screaming a dull language into your bones. It will sound like a dog throwing up). Some, without the anchor of a furloughed PR team telling them what to do, will go rogue in lockdown, emerge having done something weird on Instagram Live from their own mansion, like shaving their own head and making soup from their hair (I just keep getting the words “Miley Cyrus”, like an intrusive thought, over and over, about this), their pre-pandemic fame diminished by the actions of their pandemic lifestyle. Some will somehow emerge more famous than ever (Kylie Jenner, after wrangling her cosmetics factories into producing hand sanitiser, will somehow leave this process richer and more beloved. Chrissy Teigen’s bread recipes will sweep her ever closer to an inevitable presidential run). It will be different. We don’t know how, but it will be. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 21:37February 27, 2020Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson are wearing masks to protect against the coronavirus, but they’re promoting a dangerous mythJordan Strauss/Invision/AP Since the first case of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, was reported in December 2019, the virus has spread to 47 countries, infected 81,000 people, and killed 2,760 worldwide.
Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Selena Gomez, and Bella Hadid have posted pictures on social media of themselves taking precautions against contracting the virus by sporting face masks.
But wearing surgical masks and N95 respirator masks has not been recommended by any health organization for healthy people.
Masks work for people infected with the virus, or doctors in close contact with patients who have the virus. Buying them could worsen the impending shortage of these masks.
It would be more effective if celebrities promoted hand-washing.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. With global anxiety on the rise concerning the spread of the coronavirus — which has infected 81,000 people and killed 2,760 worldwide — healthy people are flocking to Amazon to buy surgical masks and N95 respirator masks.
They include celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson, who have shared photos of themselves wearing face masks, expressing concern about the fast-spreading virus. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:A city in Hubei, China, is giving residents $1,400 if they report their coronavirus symptoms to doctors and then test positiveFirst possible case of 'community spread' of coronavirus reported in the USAmericans are being told to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak — but US health agencies lack funding, and disease testing lags behindSEE ALSO: Gwyneth Paltrow, who starred in 'Contagion,' wore a mask on her flight to Paris to avoid catching the coronavirus: 'I've already been in this movie'
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- Business Insider 01:41February 6, 2020Goop is selling a $55 'Vulva Tee' to celebrate Gwyneth Paltrow's new Netflix seriesManny Carabel/WireImage To celebrate the release of her Netflix series "The Goop Lab," Gwyneth Paltrow is selling special-edition T-shirts that correspond with each episode.
The $55 T-shirts feature sayings like "It's only a vulva," "Psychonaut," "Can't drain me of this energy," and more.
The release of the T-shirts comes just a few weeks after Paltrow made headlines for selling a $75 candle called "This Smells Like My Vagina."
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gwyneth Paltrow is celebrating the release of her Netflix series, "The Goop Lab," with a unique set of T-shirts.
The $55 tops were designed with sayings like "It's only a vulva," "Psychonaut," "Can't drain me of this energy," "Intuit," "Pegan," and "Cold shower?"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Starbucks is giving away free drinks for the rest of 2019. It's one of the 5 sneaky tactics the coffee chain uses to get you to spend more money.See Also:20 of the best maternity outfits celebrities have wornShakira wore 5 stunning looks during her Super Bowl performance with Jennifer LopezTHEN AND NOW: What today's biggest supermodels looked like at their first catwalk
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- Mashable 14:00February 5, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow calls Goop hate 'clickbait and bullsh*t'I will admit I've never been a fan of Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle and wellness site that doubles as an online marketplace for the ultra rich. Though I grew up as a huge fan of her '90s movies, I rolled my eyes at the overpriced products and weird health tips she endorsed on her site.
But when I received an email on Monday at 11 a.m. offering the opportunity to interview the one and only "queen of all things wellness" later that night — Paltrow was in town to speak on a panel promoting the launch of the Jerusalem Venture Partners International Cyber Center — you better believe I took it. Read more...More about Wellness, Gwyneth Paltrow, Goop, Tech, and Web Culture
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- Huffington Post UK 01:25January 31, 2020NHS Chief Takes Aim At Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop And Booming 'Wellness' Industry
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- Business Insider 19:26January 30, 2020An advertising watchdog alleges Goop violated a court order by claiming candles and perfumes can ‘ease OCD, anxiety, and depression’Adam Rose/Netflix The organization TruthInAdvertising.org has sent a complaint letter to California regulators about Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness company, and its health claims.
The group alleges Goop violated a 2018 court order that banned the company from claiming that any of its products can treat an ailment unless that product has FDA approval to do so.
TINA.org alleges that 11 Goop products, including a perfume and many supplements, make misleading claims about how they can improve issues like memory, anxiety, neurosis, hair loss, and OCD.
Goop told Insider that TINA.org didn't try to substantiate its claims before filing, and stands by its products.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness company, Goop, has been the source of controversy for years for its promotion of scientifically unsound ideas like vaginal steaming and psychic readings.
The company has also agreed to comply with a 2018 court order that it would not publish health claims about products that do not have FDA approval. Even its new Netflix show, The Goop Lab, while controversial because of its portrayals of fringe therapies like using psychedelics or mediums, included appropriate disclaimers that it's not designed to provide medical advice.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Most maps of Louisiana aren't entirely right. Here's what the state really looks like.See Also:The most expensive college in every US stateThe life and career rise of Snap CEO Evan Spiegel, one of the youngest billionaires in the worldWhat is Amazon Prime Day? Here's everything you need to know
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- Guardian 13:10January 28, 2020Bow down to the vulva! Why Gwyneth's Goop Lab isn't all badFrom psychedelics to skipping solid food, the star’s Netflix show sounds like bunk. But – shock horror – there is wisdom here if you look hard enoughEven though her vagina smells amazing, funnily enough the sound of a Netflix show based on Gwyneth Paltrow’s $250m “health and lifestyle” empire does not appeal to me. (The show’s title, the goop lab, is styled all lowercase, though, as it turns out, bell hooks has nothing to be worried about.) For one, I am the antithesis of Goop. I balk at reading Instagram captions about peoples’ “journeys”. Especially when they are, more often than not, to the Cotswolds. Second, this is Paltrow, who once sold something called “psychic vampire repellent” on her website. So I decide to watch it, with the sole purpose of ripping it to absolute shreds.At first, it seems an easy task. In the opening montage, Paltrow, sitting on a pastel-pink sofa that resembles labia in SheEO mode, tells us she is going to “milk the shit out of” life. Given her track record, I don’t know whether she means literally, and am concerned. The first episode documents a trip to a secluded villa in Jamaica to do a lot of, like, healing, via psychedelics and “the spirit of the mushroom”. From, like, trauma. Annoyingly, the use of mind-altering drugs in psychiatry is a field I am interested in, and psychiatry and psychology in general (I consider Freud a beach read). Even though I check the Liverpool score just as someone is allowing their soul to be entered for the first time (around their sternum, I think), I’m slowly beginning to think that Goop isn’t a total load of goop. Besides, the two mental health professionals Paltrow and Goop’s chief content officer, Elise Loehnen, speak to – not the mushroom shamans, who are one step away from shark tooth necklaces – do have interesting things to say, in particular about the benefits of microdosing. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 00:06January 25, 2020We asked women's health experts to review Goop Lab's episode on vaginas and they actually liked itIn episode 3 of Gwyneth Paltrow's new Netflix series "The Goop Lab" called "The Pleasure is Ours," Goop employees learn to feel more sensual in their bodies.
The episode involves employees taking "sensual self-portraits," taking a close look at their own and others' vulvas, and even learning how to orgasm using legendary sex educator Betty Dodson's "rock and roll" method.
The episode reveals how little women know about their own bodies, particularly anatomically, which women's health experts say is representative of the population at large.
Visit Insider's homepage for more. Episode 3 of the new Netflix series "The Goop Lab" opens with Goop Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnan asking Gwyneth Paltrow, "Are you ready to talk about vaginas?"
Paltrow, known for promoting controversial products and methods like vaginal eggs and vaginal steaming, is always ready to talk about vaginas. "It's our favorite subject!" she says on the episode, called "The Pleasure Is Ours." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:A penis-scented candle costs 25% more than Goop's vagina candle to make a point about the gender pay gapGwyneth Paltrow sent her staff to jump in a near-freezing Lake Tahoe and perform yoga in the snow with 'The Iceman'The best meme-able moments from Gwyneth Paltrow's new show 'The Goop Lab'
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- Business Insider 20:46January 24, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show takes us behind the scenes at Goop. There's plenty of fodder for her critics.Adam Rose/Netflix Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness company, Goop, worth an estimated $250 million, released a six-part Netflix show on Friday, called "The Goop Lab."
The show introduces six areas of wellness, including psychics, psychedelic drug therapy, and an "energy healing" chiropractor.
Paltrow feeds her critics, admitting she doesn't know what "vagina" means, and promoting regular extreme diets.
Visit Insider's homepage for more. Just over a decade ago, Gwyneth Paltrow started sending out a newsletter of recommendations — restaurants, hair salons, recipes — to friends.
Those were the humble origins of Goop, the actress-turned-CEO's controversial wellness brand, now worth a reported $250 million.
Under the mentorship of a venture capitalist, Paltrow built her blog into a website that publishes articles from "wellness practitioners" on alternative therapies, diets, fitness, skincare and more. The company also sells things, like a hairdryer for $249; a water bottle with a crystal in it for $80; a $1,590 dress; a $250,000 ticket to space.
Now, Goop also runs annual wellness summits. For $2,500, ticket-holders get access to two days of talks with Paltrow and other celebrities (Olivia Wilde, Jessica Alba, and Busy Philipps appeared last year), a market of luxury goods, wellness classes, and treatments such as facials and vitamin injections.
This year is a big one for the company, with the launch of Goop At Sea (a $750 cruise across the Italian Riviera with hers truly) and a brick-and-mortar partnership with the make-up store Sephora. They're all building blocks to cement Goop's position as a major player in the $4.2 trillion wellness industry.
But first: Netflix. The highly-anticipated behind-the-scenes series, "The Goop Lab," hit screens today, and it is just as Goopy as fans and critics had hoped. The six-part show introduces viewers to six different areas of wellness that Paltrow and her team test out.
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There is plenty of fodder for Paltrow's critics, who have accused the former film star of elitism, quackery, and ignorance.
The vast majority of her team's experiences are only accessible to an elite crust of society (flying to Jamaica to take "magic" mushrooms; getting an "exorcism" from Julianne Hough's chiropractor; the luxury of a tailor-made diet).
Each episode starts with a disclaimer that this is entertainment, not advice. Even Paltrow's most vocal critics appreciated the gesture, but say a disclaimer is not enough to balance some of the more outlandish ideas, like extreme fasting and speaking to the dead.
In the first episode, Goop staffers go to a retreat in Jamaica to try "magic" mushroom therapy.
The team meet shamans who give them each large doses of psilocybin ("magic" mushrooms), and guide them through a trip.
Elise Loehnen, Goop's chief content officer, giggles and writhes around while one of her colleagues goes through "five years of therapy in five hours."
Paltrow, who stays home, says she has done MDMA once on vacation in Mexico, but suggests mushrooms might be a good way for her to tackle insecurities.
The shaman tells viewers that even celebrities like Paltrow struggle with mental health issues and feeling insecure.
"We're all human."
The second episode sees Goopers take a trip to snowy Lake Tahoe for "cold exposure therapy."
Dutch "iceman" Wim Hof teaches a handful of Goop staffers different breathing techniques and exercises – first inside covered in blankets, then in the snow in their swimsuits.
Some of Hof's techniques are accepted, but he's come under fire for claiming he has trained his body to withstand cancer and E. coli.
Gwyneth stays home.
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- Business Insider 19:43January 24, 2020The best meme-able moments from Gwyneth Paltrow's new show 'The Goop Lab'Netflix On January 24, Netflix debuted its new original series "The Goop Lab," which follows staffers at Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness company Goop as they try trendy treatments like fasting and snow yoga.
The docuseries is filled with eye-catching moments including a psychedelic mushroom retreat, an acupuncture facial with 100 needles, and energy healing that looks like an exorcism.
Although the science behind the various modalities is arguable or difficult to prove, the show didn't dissapoint in the meme department.
Visit Insider's homepage for more. On Friday, Netflix debuted its new original series "The Goop Lab," which follows staffers at Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle and wellness company Goop as they try trendy treatments like psilocybin therapy, fasting diets, and Snowga (as in snow yoga), to see if they live up to their wellness hype.
Each episode includes interviews with experts in the various fields the show covers, like psychedelic researchers and Wim Hof, a Dutch athlete who created his own stress-reducing breathing method, plus on-the-ground clips that show Goop staffers trying the various techniques for themselves.
As expected, scenes of the Santa Monica team jumping into nearly below-freezing water in bikinis and partaking in energy-healing "exorcisms" elicited some pretty laughable moments, so Insider rounded up the best freeze-frames from the six-part docuseries.
These are the best "The Goop Lab" memes you might be seeing.Paltrow offers her team some advice before sending them off to Jamaica to take psychedelic drugs.
"The Goop Lab" kicked off with an episode on how psilocybin, a psychoactive drug found in 'magic' mushrooms, can be a therapeutic tool.
Paltrow said she'd tried MDMA, one type of psychedelic drug, when she was in Mexico with her husband Brad Falchuk. She said the experience was highly emotional.
Kevin Keating, Paltrow's longtime assistant, tried psilocybin for the first time during the episode and had a physical reaction.
Keating said it felt like his entire body was vibrating.
Elise Loehnen, Goop's chief content officer, also tried psilocybin and had a pretty predictable reaction.
She also couldn't stop giggling and said her reaction was so cliché.
See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Gwyneth Paltrow sent her employees to take psychedelic mushrooms in Jamaica. One staffer said she felt like she'd undergone 5 years of therapy.The energy healer who does an 'exorcism' in Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show just did a live 'treatment' on Julianne Hough at DavosWhat it's like to be a 'traveling stripper,' including strip-club auditions and late-night hotel workouts
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- Business Insider 19:32January 24, 2020A chiropractor 'exorcised' Gwyneth Paltrow and Julianne Hough in Goop's new Netflix showNetflix On the fifth episode of The Goop Lab, energy healer John Amaral has a four-way energy healing session with three Goop employees and Julianne Hough. Goop Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen, who deals with severe anxiety, has what she calls an exorcism during Amaral's treatment.
Amaral says his methods are based in quantum physics, but they aren't scientifically sound.
Visit Insider's homepage for more. Inside the sun-drenched Goop headquarters in Santa Monica, California, chiropractor and energy healer John Amaral is leading a four-way energy healing session.
The session is featured on the fifth episode of Netflix's new show "The Goop Lab," a documentary series that follows employees of the alternative lifestyle brand as they try controversial techniques including mind training and psychedelic mushrooms. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:Gwyneth Paltrow sent her staff to jump in a near-freezing Lake Tahoe and perform yoga in the snow with 'The Iceman'The energy healer who does an 'exorcism' in Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show just did a live 'treatment' on Julianne Hough at Davos7 cruises you can take with a celebrity
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- Business Insider 16:00January 24, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow sent her staff to jump in a near-freezing Lake Tahoe and perform yoga in the snow with 'The Iceman'Netflix In Gwyneth Paltrow's 'The Goop Lab,' her staffers learn breathing techniques, cold temperature exposure, and meditation — the three-pronged mindfulness approach of Dutch "Iceman" Wim Hof.
Hof's techniques are nothing new, and there's quite a bit of evidence to suggest that they work.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Take six staffers from the sunny hills of Los Angeles, and throw them in the snowy banks of Lake Tahoe, in nothing but their bathing suits and bare feet.
In the second episode of her new Netflix show "The Goop Lab," Gwyneth Paltrow does exactly that. Her Goop staffers learn, firsthand, about deep breathing, cold exposure, and meditation in sub-zero temperatures, as well as the benefits they may provide for both the body and the mind.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: New Yorkers are obsessed with this meditation domeSee Also:The energy healer who does an 'exorcism' in Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show just did a live 'treatment' on Julianne Hough at Davos7 cruises you can take with a celebrityA penis-scented candle costs 25% more than Goop's vagina candle to make a point about the gender pay gap
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- Huffington Post UK 20:46January 23, 2020Holly Willoughby And Phillip Schofield Can't Stop Laughing Over Unfortunately-Named Doctor
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- Business Insider 19:11January 23, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow says her vagina-scented candle originally started out as a joke: 'I was kidding, obviously'NBC During an appearance on NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Wednesday, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed the origins of her infamous vagina-scented candle, which sold out on her lifestyle site Goop within minutes.
"It sort of started as a joke," Paltrow said to host Seth Meyers, explaining that she had met with the "nose" of a candle company to sample different scents. "I smelled this beautiful thing, and I was like, 'This smells like my vagina!'"
"I was kidding, obviously," she added. "So then it actually became kind of a funny thing, where it was A. Really funny to us, but also a little bit punk rock."
"I think women — a lot of us — have grown up feeling certain degrees of shame around our body, so this is just a little bit of a subversive candle for all of us out there," Paltrow said.
The actress is the founder of Goop, an alternative lifestyle brand that has come under fire in the past for touting the health benefits of products like vaginal jade eggs that doctors actually don't recommend.
Watch the video below. (Meyers asks Paltrow about the candle at 3:35.)
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- Huffington Post UK 16:32January 23, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow Speaks Out On 'Smells Like My Vagina' Candle Uproar
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- Business Insider 01:49January 23, 2020All of Gwyneth Paltrow's movies, rankedMiramax/Walt Disney Studios/Touchstone Pictures Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand, Goop will be the focus of a new Netflix documentary, "The Goop Lab," which will be available to stream on the platform starting Friday.
Aside from the wellness company, the actress is also known for movies like "Iron Man" and "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Paltrow won the Oscar for best performance by an actress in a leading role for playing Viola in "Shakespeare in Love."
Below are the movies that Paltrow has appeared in throughout her career, ranked by critics' scores on Rotten Tomatoes.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gwyneth Paltrow is well-known for her lifestyle brand, Goop, which will be the focus of a new Netflix documentary, "The Goop Lab," premiering Friday. But before the actress pivoted to building her wellness brand, she starred in over 40 films that span many genres.
She has taken on roles ranging from a country singer in "Country Strong" to Pepper Potts in over 10 years' worth of Marvel movies. Still, not all of these characters have drawn good reviews from critics.
Here are all of the movies that Paltrow has appeared in, ranked according to critics' scores on Rotten Tomatoes.42. Paltrow's lowest rated movie is the 1998 thriller "Hush."
Synopsis: A couple with jobs and an apartment in NYC decide to move to his mom's farm, get married and have the baby there. They can also make the changes to get a better price for the farm. However, there's something seriously wrong with his mom.
Rotten Tomatoes score: 12%
41. She and Kelly Preston costarred in the 2003 comedy "View From the Top."
Synopsis: A small-town woman tries to achieve her goal of becoming a flight attendant.
Rotten Tomatoes score: 14%
40. The actress appeared in the 1995 comedy "Moonlight and Valentino."
Polygram Filmed Entertainment Synopsis: A young widow still grieving over the death of her husband finds herself being comforted by a local house painter.
Rotten Tomatoes score: 20% See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:All of Laura Dern's movies, ranked20 highly anticipated movies coming out in 2020 that were directed by womenLeonardo DiCaprio revealed he was a break dancer with 'crazy haircuts' before he made it big as an actor
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- Huffington Post UK 11:01January 17, 2020The ‘Science’ In Gwyneth Paltrow's The Goop Lab Seems Convincing... At First
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- Mashable 11:01January 17, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow's 'The Goop Lab' is a glossy infomercial for woo-woo wellnessIt was the "exorcism" that got me.
That was the moment my chin hit my chest watching Netflix's The Goop Lab — a six-part series about the cult wellness brand that's so woo-woo and batshit, it's genuinely quite entertaining. That was the moment I allowed myself to utter the words aloud, "What in the living fuck?"
"I had an exorcism," Elise Loehnen, chief content officer at Goop, told CEO and founder Gwyneth Paltrow in a shiny, pastel room in Santa Monica. Loehnen did not have an exorcism, just to be clear. The Goop staff had been trying out "energy healing," which involved Goop employees lying on massage tables while a man stood over them making puppeteer motions as they moved, jerked, and contorted their bodies. Read more...More about Netflix, Reviews, Wellness, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Goop
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- Snopes 22:58January 13, 2020Is Gwyneth Paltrow Selling a Candle That ‘Smells Like My Vagina’?Paltrow's lifestyle brand Goop has a track record of selling eccentric items.
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- Business Insider 17:40January 13, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow and Celebrity Cruises are launching a wellness-themed 'Goop at Sea' tripMatt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Vanity Fair; NAN728/Shutterstock Celebrity Cruises and Gwyneth Paltrow will launch a wellness-themed cruise trip called "Goop at Sea."
"Goop at Sea" will take place on the Celebrity Apex ship and leaves from Barcelona on August 26, according to an announcement on the Celebrity Cruises website.
Goop's Instagram announcement listed what attendees can expect on the trip: "Expect to meet our roster of trailblazing healers, take part in transformative sessions across mind, body, and soul, and hear intimate conversations with GP & Elise — plus plenty of surprises."
The cruise's 11-night itinerary includes Spain, France, and the Italian Riviera, and it costs $750 to attend the "Goop at Sea" activities (not including the cost of booking a suite class room on the ship).
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gwyneth Paltrow is bringing her health and wellness brand, Goop, to the Mediterranean and wants to take you with her.
Celebrity Cruises is partnering with Paltrow for an 11-night cruise on the Celebrity Apex, aptly titled "Goop at Sea," in August that will feature a talk with the actress herself as well as sessions centered around the mind and body. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show will feature exorcisms, psychic mediums, and psychedelics. Experts are already worried.Gwyneth Paltrow appears to be emerging from a vagina in a poster for her new Netflix showYou could get paid nearly $4,000 to rate Florida theme parks over three weeks this spring
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- Business Insider 23:47January 7, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow said living apart from her husband the first year of marriage helped 'preserve mystery'Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Gwyneth Paltrow discussed her relationship with husband Brad Falchuk in an interview for the January issue of Harper's Bazaar.
During the interview, Paltrow explained why she and Falchuk lived in separate homes for almost the entire first year of their marriage.
"I think it certainly helps with preserving mystery and also preserving the idea that this person has their own life," Paltrow said. "So this is something I'm trying to remain aware of now as we merge together."
Although codependency, what Paltrow seemed to be saying she was avoiding, can be detrimental to a relationship, experts say being a codependent person isn't always a bad thing.
Visit Insider's homepage for more. Goop founder Gwenyth Paltrow told The Sunday Times in June 2019 that she and her husband Brad Falchuk didn't live in the same home despite being happily married.
Instead, the couple spent four days a week sleeping over at each other's Los Angeles homes and, on days when Falchuk was spending time with his two children from a previous marriage, Falchuk and Paltrow would stay in their separate locations.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: From Cyber Monday deals to Prime-only steals, this is how Amazon gets you to spend more moneySee Also:Straight couples who live together before marriage may be less sexually satisfiedGwyneth Paltrow appears to be emerging from a vagina in a poster for her new Netflix showA porn company is selling a $30 bike seat with a hidden pocket for your vibrator, but a sex educator said it's risky
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- Huffington Post UK 12:31January 7, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow Brings Bad Health Advice To Netflix With 'The Goop Lab'
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- Business Insider 01:12January 7, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix show will feature exorcisms, psychic mediums, and psychedelics. Experts are already worried.Manny Carabel/WireImage "The Goop Lab," which premieres on Netflix on January 24, is already creating controversy.
Many of the treatments explored in the six-episode series are medically unsubstantiated. Some, like psychedelics, could potentially pose health risks instead of benefits.
In the past, Gwyneth Paltrow has been criticized for making medically unverified health claims about wellness treatments. Some experts are concerned that "The Goop Lab" will continue to spread misinformation about alternative health options. "So what happens in a workshop?" Gwyneth Paltrow asks.
The answer is quick. "Everyone gets off." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:Gwyneth Paltrow appears to be emerging from a vagina in a poster for her new Netflix showThe 9 best movies coming to Netflix in January that are worth your time11 Netflix original series that are ending this year
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- Business Insider 21:52January 6, 2020Gwyneth Paltrow skipped the Golden Globes after-parties and wore her see-through brown dress from the red carpet to the car ride homeFrazer Harrison / Staff / Getty Images Gwyneth Paltrow skipped the Golden Globes after-parties on Sunday night.
Paltrow shared a picture of herself in the backseat of a car on Instagram and said her favorite part of the night is "always getting home."
The photo showed that Paltrow was still in her daring sheer Fendi gown, which made an impression on the red carpet.
The brown dress, which was almost entirely see-through, featured long sleeves, a high neckline, and ruched tulle, giving the "naked dress" trend a Victorian spin.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. From the star-studded dinner to the luxurious goodie bags, the Golden Globe Awards show is always one of the biggest nights in Hollywood.
But red-carpet veteran Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that her favorite part of the event isn't the show or even the after-parties — it's the ride home. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: On Giving Tuesday, see how Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are changing the world like no other humans in historySee Also:Kerry Washington wore a blazer with nothing underneath for a daring no-shirt look at the Golden GlobesJennifer Lopez looked like a walking gift at the Golden Globes in a dress covered with oversized bowsBilly Porter looked like an angel at the 2020 Golden Globes wearing a white suit with a feather train that zips off
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- Business Insider 18:46December 27, 2019Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson shared their 'really drunk' stories in a hilarious day-drinking videoGoop/YouTube Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson recently appeared together for the debut episode of Goop's "Goop Your Bar Cart" video series.
The actors shared some mixology tips and hilarious drunk stories.
They were also joined by Hudson's brother Oliver.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Gwyneth Paltrow, 47, and Kate Hudson, 40, are BFF goals! The lifestyle guru invited Kate over to film the debut episode of her "Goop Your Bar Cart" series and we could not get enough of their hilarious morning date. "This is the first time I've had vodka this early," Kate exclaimed shortly before her big brother Oliver Hudson, 43, crashed the party. For their mixology debut, the goop founder and King St. Vodka CEO debuted two tasty drinks: a classic dry martini with marinated olives and artichokes — Kate's fave — along with a holiday-ready cocoa espresso version.
"Nothing like some warm nuts to really make the holiday time," Gwyneth joked in a southern accent as she popped a tray of chestnuts into an oven (bar snacks, anyone?). "I love nuts!" the "Almost Famous" star hilariously responded back, and we were laughing right along with them! The duo have been friends for years, and their close bond was on full display during the fun video. "I just wanna say that I've watched Gwyneth cook for years, and she's quite the cook," Kate sweetly complimented Gwyneth, who is the author of several cookbooks including 2011's "My Father's Daughter" and 2019's "The Clean Plate."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Are you superstitious on days like Friday the 13th? These are the origins of 7 common superstitions, like why we knock on wood.See Also:Jenna Fischer says young 'Office' fans often tell her she looks like an 'older version' of PamThe 20 biggest celebrity weddings of the decade10 of the most fiery celebrity feuds that dominated headlines in 2019
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- The Guardian 03:05December 27, 2019Eight sexual assault cases added to Harvey Weinstein investigationThe disgraced Hollywood mogul has not been charged in the cases, which are being reviewed by Los Angeles prosecutorsProsecutors in Los Angeles are reviewing eight cases accusing disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, an official said Thursday.The Los Angeles and Beverly Hills police departments each brought four investigations to prosecutors, according to Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Continue reading...
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