Gwyneth paltrow on dating brad pitt
When addressing her "haters," Paltrow said, "I am who I am.
I can't pretend to be somebody who makes ,000 a year," which is not only astoundingly condescending but also a terrible way to change the minds of people who already think you're a snob.
, the collective groan uttered in response was probably heard from space.
Okay, that's a bit of a stretch and slightly unfair, since it was actually the interviewer, Cristina Alesci, who used the term "common woman" in her question, but just minutes after lumping herself in with the general populace, Paltrow describes herself as "an actor, and a mother, and entrepreneur," who is primarily focused on building her lifestyle brand, but who would also consider an acting project.
Gwyneth told There have been times when being friends with Paltrow has likely been uncomfortable for the musical power couple.
For example, in 2012, she apparently felt that her friendship with Jay and Bey had almost given her an "n-word pass," emboldening her to tweet, "Ni**as in paris for real @mrteriusnash (the dream) tyty, beehigh." Paltrow was referencing the Jay Z and Kanye West song of the same name, but nobody was having that, least of all, the internet.
Not to mention, the African American gentlemen in her Twitter post weren't Kanye West or Jay Z. The backlash was fierce, and though Paltrow tried defending herself a few days later, the damage was done.
), and over the years there have been many focused on ridiculous things Paltrow has said in interviews.
Apparently, when a journalist clicks play on a recorder, Paltrow automatically shifts into some kind of hyper-snob mode.