Is Vanity Fair planning to expose an A-List love triangle involving Gwyneth Paltrow and Elle McPherson?
We bought you the news that Gwyneth Paltrow was asking her friends to boycott Vanity Fair magazine back in June and this could be the reason why.
The source said, “Vanity Fair is asking if Gwyneth had an affair with Soffer back in 2008 when he reopened the Fontainebleau. He flew her in for the party, and she stayed at his house.” Paltrow has been married to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin since 2003.
Paltrow has swiftly responded by releasing a statement after hearing what the article was about.
“It’s completely false,” a spokesperson for the 41-year-old said.
“Jeff is a long-time friend of Gwyneth’s and there was no romantic relationship with him at all.”
Another day, another celeb tweets a photo of themselves in a g-string. This time it’s Lady Gaga on the cover of her new single:
Because ART right?
In other Gaga-related news the singer has gone on an epic twitter rant responding to haters using the name of her new single as the hashtag #dowhatyouwant.
If you didn’t notice Lara Bingle’s bikini-clad body on the front of the Sunday Telegraph’s Style insert, the 25 year old gave a revealing interview about her relationships, diet, ex-fiance Michael Clarke, and dating app Tinder.
1. She consults her manager before eating:
2. On leaving Michael Clarke:
“I felt like I was living his dream. And there are girls that are happy to do that, and hats off to them, but I require more for myself. I need to be stimulated more than that, you know? And the best thing I ever did was leave. You know what I mean? So, I got to experience all these opportunities. Otherwise, I kid you not, I would have three children by now!”
3. On being engaged at age 19:
“It’s like I never saw myself walking up an aisle. I was 19 when I got engaged. I’m just glad I’ve been honest with myself and true to myself throughout this whole experience. Um, otherwise, you know, I wouldn’t be… happy?”
4. On her relationship with Clarke now:
“We’re still friends. Michael says to me to this day, ‘You turned the ship around so much’. Because even when we broke up, at times it was like, ‘How am I ever going to recover from this? Do I just go that way or do I go this way?’.”