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Will Vanity Fair Call Gwyneth Paltrow a Cheater?

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Gwyneth Paltrow photographed by Mario Testino for the September 2000 issue of Vanity Fair.

-Earlier today, I was pretty convinced that the drama surrounding Vanity Fair’s unauthorized story on Gwyneth Paltrow would be juicier than the article itself — but that was before reports surfaced that the VF writer is sniffing around Paltrow’s relationship with Elle Macpherson‘s husband, Jeff Soffer. They’re investigating if she was with him in 2008 — five years after she married Chris Martin (which kind of casts her recent comments about forgiving cheating in a whole new light, no?) They might also be looking into her relationship with a NYC literary agent, as well as covering her falling out with Madonna. Yowza! Also, this morning VF posted a retrospective of all of Gwyneth’s appearances in their magazine over the years. Shots fired!

-You gotta love Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard for going through with their promise to have a low-key, no-frills wedding. They got hitched at the county clerk’s office in Beverly Hills.

-The internet is losing its poo over these photos of Lara Flynn Boyle’s face.

-Despite his recent Instagram meltdown, Donald Glover insists he’s fine. I’d still like to offer my hug services, just in cases.

-Katy Perry’s new album Prism is streaming. I couldn’t get past the birthday song, but that’s just me…

-The Olsens claim they wore Chanel and Marc Jacobs on Full House, and that’s what got them interested in fashion. Um, ok.

-Break out the tiny fiddles: supermodel Bar Refaeli says she can’t get a man.

-Jennifer Lopez‘s favorite personal assistant just quit to go work for Mariah Carey. How bad must JLo be as a boss when Mariah’s grass seems greener?

-Despite split rumours, Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart were photographed together in LA.

-The Norman Reedus anecdote in the Vanity Fair piece on River Phoenix is lovely and restores my faith in the universe.

-Kate Middleton played volleyball during a royal visit and her shirt rode up a little, giving the world an excuse to ogle her abs.

-Joe Jonas broke his silence in the wake of the rift with his brothers — by saying he doesn’t want to talk about it.

-Breaking Bad camera operator Andy Voegeli has tweeted some behind-the-scenes photos from the set. This one kills me.

-Tom Hanks and Ken Burns are teaming up on history audio books, and they managed to get Bryan Cranston to read “The Things They Carried” for the service’s debut.

-Oh god. The Onion has started doing movie reviews. I think I just fell in love.

-Please please please let this blind item be about Harvey Weinstein!

-I get weirded out and uncomfortable whenever Josh Groban makes me laugh.

-Following Kanye West’s rant on Kimmel about how Kim Kardashian deserves a star on the Walk of Fame, an official spokesperson released a statement that’s basically all “yeahhhh, no.”

-CW’s new show Reign kind of tanked last night, despite lead-in The Vampire Diaries’ ratings climb.

-Matthew Perry and Lizzy Caplan (who I kept forgetting were together) have split. Like, a year ago.

-The only time I’m going to link off to a Playboy article is when Idris Elba is the interview subject. And even then, it’s icky.

-Drake and Future made up, in case you were worried.

-CBS has ordered full seasons for new fall comedies Mom, The Millers, and The Crazy Ones.

-Meanwhile, NBC cancelled Ironside and Welcome to the Family. They also announced that Community will return Jan. 2. Cool cool cool.

-Parks And Rec (which is now NBC’s highest rated Thursday sitcom — ouch!) celebrated its 100th episode with waffles and whipped cream.

-Ok fine, I’m actually buying the Gwen Stefani belly bump rumours now.

-Nicollette Sheridan‘s case over her Desperate Housewives firing has finally been dismissed.

-Pretty much everyone who’s on TV right now was appeared on Dawson’s Creek.

-The trailer for Endless Love has landed. Stop trying to make Alex Pettyfer happen, Hollywood!

Author: Jen McDonnell

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of www.dose.ca. Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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