“Gwyneth Paltrow still thinks she was the first person to ever get a divorce” links

Gwyneth Paltrow continues to act like she’s the first person to ever get a divorce. [Buzzfeed]
Donald Trump is lashing out at Cindy McCain. Big surprise. [Towleroad]
Cardi B & her sister are getting sued for calling Hamptons beachgoers “racist MAGA supporters.” Can you really be sued for that?? [Dlisted]
Remembering Anna Chlumsky’s terrible 2016 Emmys dress. [Go Fug Yourself]
JoJo Siwa made the Time 100 and Kim Kardashian wrote her blurb. [Just Jared]
Angelina Jolie stepped out with Shiloh this week. [LaineyGossip]
This is the first time I’ve ever heard of “binaural beats” but yes, the music is soothing and I wouldn’t mind working to this. [OMG Blog]
David Beckham & his sons model for Dior. [RCFA]
The North American box office is dying. [Pajiba]
The wellness world has embraced QAnon. [Jezebel]

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  1. Ann says:

    Oy, that was such an ass-kissy interview. I couldn’t finish. I’m not a fan of Drew as an interviewer. Way too much flowery, over the top language heaped on a woman who doesn’t need the ego boost.

  2. minx says:

    “Chris and I committed to putting them first and that’s harder than it looks.” Really? REALLY? I thought it would be easy 🙄. She’s dined out on her divorce and co-parenting long enough, just like she dined out on her father’s death. And as usual she uses really pretentious wording. Goop, we still know that you dropped out of Santa Barbara.

    • Hoot says:

      Hahahahahaha. You made my morning.

    • Tiffany says:

      I still can’t drag her for this. Both were messy as hell with their adultery but seem fine now for the sake of them and the kids having a solid relationship. Sure she talks about the divorce, but she is not out here dragging Chris because they are divorced.

      • minx says:

        I don’t drag her for having an amicable divorce. Good for her. I drag her for her pretentious know-it-all preening. And lots of people have amicable divorces without reminding us all. the. time. that they had an amicable divorce.

    • Jay says:

      I’m sure Drew, who has rather famously gone through some rough divorces and legal battles involving family, really appreciated the lecture on how it should be done. Honestly, every time I want to just give this woman a break, Gwyneth does something that reminds me she is insufferable.

  3. Tiffany says:

    Gale Sayers has passed.

    You know 2020. Just stop it. I am serious.

  4. Joan Callamezzo says:

    Gwyneth’s comment about every divorce being 50 percent each person’s fault, she should only speak for herself and her own divorce because she couldn’t be more wrong.

    • detritus says:

      Eeeeeeeee she said that?
      Yikes, does she ever live in a bubble.

      She should try telling Nicole Brown that. Oh wait

      Maybe she can tell Courtney Stodden, since she’s still alive. She was just sold into marriage at 16 and the divorce was obviously half her fault, half the fault of the child predator who married her.

  5. pottymouth pup says:

    I have some binaural beats stuff and TBH it doesn’t work. I’m pretty sure that I came across a paper that also indicated it’s not what it claims to be

    • Jaded says:

      I’m a hypnosis and Reiki practitioner and it actually works at deepening the trance state and allowing me to access a client’s subconscious more quickly and effectively. As far as helping you concentrate while working, TBH I think it would be counter-productive because it’s a relaxation tool, not a “woo hoo let’s get to work!” tool.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        so maybe it works better with a guided meditation? I have mine loaded on my iphone but I can’t play it at the same time as a guided meditation that’s also on my iphone so I’ll have to get creative to try that

    • Charissa Dawn Sherwood says:

      I mainly listen to the sleep and headache ones. I don’t know if its the special beats(probably not) but it does give my adhd brain something sufficiently relaxing to hold onto so I can go to sleep ( or not focus on migraine pain, etc). It also gives me something to pace my breathing to. I have some 20 dollar bluetooth sleep headphones that I use.

  6. ClaireB says:

    I used a binaural beats app on a long flight and it really helped my anxiety. I also use it when I’m feeling anxious but still need to get work done and it helps me calm down and focus. You are supposed to use headphones with it, so I don’t think just watching the video with the sound on will do it.

  7. Sass says:

    Drew. Don’t add to her already smug ego.

  8. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I’m pretty sure cavemen divorced. Only they called it unconscious uncoupling…with a stick.

  9. Workday says:

    Saw Seven and Mr Ripley again fairly recently and she was prettier than I had remembered. Always though she was so over-hyped in the looks department but she was really okay in acting and much prettier than I ever thought. She’s definitely found her niche these days and learned that saying obnoxious stuff get her viral coverage (and an invite to guest speak at HBS). Just came from the Miranda Kerr thread and with someone like Miranda telling me how to eat, I listen. Gwyneth on the other hand…well, I don’t aspire to have her burnt skin, hair, and body.

  10. Queen Meghan’s Hand says:

    What ever Gwyneth is doing to her face is working. She looks fantastic!

  11. McMom says:

    I applaud those who can have a great relationship with their ex. My ex and I don’t co-parent as much as we parallel parent – the kids have their life with him and they have their life with me. It’s not hostile – it’s just completely, 100% separate. I wish we could communicate better because there are things about my kids that no one can understand except for their other parent, but it just isn’t going to happen. I have to remind myself that if we were better at communicating with each other, we would probably still be married.

  12. Granger says:

    She’s been talking about this for far too long… but at the same time, I appreciate how well she and Chris dealt with the end of their marriage and continue to work on their relationship. My parents went through a terrible divorce. My mother’s anger and bitterness lasted for many, many years, causing a rift between us that is still healing today, more than 30 years later. The only people who truly suffer in that kind of situation are the kids–and even, eventually, the grandkids, who still witness the tension without really understanding what it’s about. Gwyneth and Chris are keeping it together and I respect that.

  13. Lyli says:

    I enjoyed reading it. She did well.