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Talk about getting more than you paid for! Fans at West Hollywood’s famed nightclub The Roxy were treated to an extra-special guest appearance by A-list superstar Gwyneth Paltrow when they attended singer-songwriter Jason Isbell’s show on Monday, April 28.
The Oscar-winning actress, 41, joined Isbell’s opening act, Holly Williams, toward the end of her set, taking on the role of backup singer. “She sang really well and with passion and perfectly on key,” an onlooker tells Us Weekly, noting that the audience got progressively more into it as she performed. “She got a little cheer from the crowd.”
Williams—the granddaughter of legendary country singer Hank Williams Sr., and the daughter of musician Hank Williams Jr.—then took a moment to introduce the Iron Man 3 star, saying, “It’s awesome to have Gwyneth onstage with me. [She's] such a talented singer, which you know if you’ve seen the movie Country Strong.” (Paltrow played an alcoholic country music star in the 2010 drama.)
The two proceeded to duet on another song, “Waiting on June,” from Williams’ 2013 album, The Highway. “As she and Holly closed the set together, the crowd warmed to her and gave her a huge cheer,” the eyewitness tells Us of the newly single Goop founder, who looked casual in a printed jumpsuit and a black leather jacket.
Paltrow’s vocal chops are fairly well-known by now. Long before she took the stage in Country Strong, she covered the song “Cruisin’” for the 2000 movie Duets. She also has a recurring role on Glee as Holly Holiday, a singing substitute teacher at McKinley High.
Source: Us Weekly Magazine
After 11 years of marriage Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are calling it quits.
On Tuesday, March 25, the superstar couple announced their decision to separate on the actress’ lifestyle website Goop:
It is with hearts full of sadness that we have decided to separate. We have been working hard for well over a year, some of it together, some of it separated, to see what might have been possible between us, and we have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate. We are, however, and always will be a family, and in many ways we are closer than we have ever been. We are parents first and foremost, to two incredibly wonderful children and we ask for their and our space and privacy to be respected at this difficult time. We have always conducted our relationship privately, and we hope that as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will be able to continue in the same manner.
Gwyneth & Chris
The pair married in 2003 and have two children together. In recent months there were rumors that Paltrow’s alleged affairs with various high-powered men was set to be the subject of a Vanity Fair profile that was then spiked due to her campaign against the magazine.
Back in 2013, Paltrow admitted that marriage wasn’t easy, telling Glamour U.K.,”It’s hard being married. You go through great times, you go through terrible times. We’re the same as any couple.”
Source: Huffington Post
Put Gwyneth Paltrow in the camp of stars aging gracefully.
The 41-year-old said she doesn’t want to do “anything to change my face.”
“I like the fact that I’m 41, that I’ve been through everything I’ve been through. And I like my lines,” the actress told the website Pop Sugar.
But, she added, it’s also important to “look the best version of yourself as you age.”
“You want to age gracefully,” she said. “And I think it’s beautiful to get older, and to embrace the life that you’ve lived, but I also think part of that is wanting to look after your skin a little bit more, and just be a little more proactive.”
Paltrow, who confesses that she’s not much of a product junkie, recently became an ambassador for natural skin care line Restorsea, which she already used because she said it brought “a dewy freshness” to her complexion.
“When they asked me to work with them, I thought it was wonderful because it’s a product that I use every day,” she told Pop Sugar. “It’s a really nice, authentic partnership.”
Mostly, the mother of two takes a common sense approach to taking care of herself.
“I make it part of my life to exercise every day and to try to look after myself,” Paltrow said. “Unless I have something really specific on screen, I wouldn’t do a special diet for a premiere. I try to maintain a healthy, strong body and to look after myself in terms of the food that I’m eating.”
Source: ABC News
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We’re only a few days out from the 2014 Oscars — hosted by the one and only Ellen DeGeneres — and we’re super excited for what’s arguably the biggest award show of the year. Is it just us, or do you totally get chills thinking of the words “red carpet?”
Lucky for us, Ellen understands our agonizing wait, and is willing to give us something in the meantime: A new segment of her show called “Reflecting on Oscar Reflections.” Past Oscar winners and current nominees are invited to share their favorite Oscar memories — and what they’re planning for this year’s awards.
And of course, when we think Hollywood A-Listers, we think Gwyneth Paltrow… and we love her more now that we see how willing she is to make fun of her snobby Oscar winner reputation.
“It’s nice to be recognized for your work with an Oscar, but I don’t let it define me,” Gwyneth said. “When I’m home with my kids, I’m still just Academy Award winner Gwyneth Paltrow.”
It’s only a week away from the much talked-about “Glee” 100th episode, which has been previewed in a new sneak-peek video. The snippet offers glimpses at the return of favorite guest stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth, who reprise their roles as Holly and April respectively.
They both are featured alongside the current and past members of New Directions in the choir room, singing a never-before-performed track, “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. April also leads the others performing Pink’s “Raise Your Glass”.
Naya Rivera’s Santana is back with her snarky comment, warning everyone about Will’s bad rap skills. She reunites with Heather Morris’ Brittany, as Lea Michele’s Rachel, Amber Riley’s Mercedes, Chris Colfer’s Kurt, Dianna Agron’s Quinn, Mark Salling’s Puck and Harry Shum Jr.’s Mike also return to McKinley High.
Aptly titled “100″, the first part of the milestone episode will air Tuesday, March 18 at 8/7c on FOX. Current and past members of New Directions reunite for one final assignment – to reinvent their favorite performances. But these new versions of the series’ most iconic tracks should not be seen as goodbye to glee club. On the contrary, they are celebrations of what the club has meant to each and every member.
The episode will include a tribute to Cory Monteith’s Finn with Quinn and Puck visiting his jersey memorial. The recent outing “City of Angels”, which aired March 11, also inserted old footage of Monteith’s Finn into New Directions’ performance at the Nationals.
They sang “More Than a Feeling” by Boston, “America” by Neil Diamond and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” by U2 which were all Finn’s favorite songs, bringing tears to his mother’s eyes.