Today in celebrity gossip: Gwyneth has private gate issues in Los Angeles, Wills and Kate get a new housekeeper, and Justin Bieber may be in some legal trouble.
Today in celebrity news: Rihanna doesn't want Topshop selling T-shirts of her, Gywneth does some doublespeak, and Kimye is taking their baby on tour.
This morning People magazine up and gave our lady Goop a new title. Which begs the question: Is People just blissfully out of touch with how most of the world feels? Or do Gwyneth and her hatable celebrity equals — ahem, Anne Hathaway — not quite deserve all the hate?
The first review of It's All Good has arrived, and it appears that Paltrow has settled in comfortably to her position as object of ridicule, forevermore. Indeed, Gwyneth may have finally out-Gwynethed herself.
For much of the past year, the hottest debate in the world of women's stuff has been, Can women have it all?, as memorably answered in the negative by The Atlantic's July cover story last year. More than six months later, The New Republic's Noreen Malone, as part of that mag's relaunch, has suggested that "Beyoncé says yes" they can.
Katie Holmes has picked her first big post-divorce gig, and it's on stage. Elsewhere in today's showbiz news: Fred Willard loses a job after an embarrassing incident, Gwyneth Paltrow might become a chef, and Jennifer Jason Leigh is headed to the Hamptons.
Today: Gwynnie and Chrissie have a new L.A. pad, Lana Del Rey got a job, and Russell Brand is sexual catnip.
A poorly-timed snub of Sumner Redstone by Barbra Streisand, Gwyneth Paltrow rides .06 miles from drinks to dinner, and a "palace source" insists the President of the Philippines is not yet a single fella.
Also: Gwyneth Paltrow insists she knows how to write a cookbook.
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