Gwyneth Paltrow Unironically Calls Herself a Working Mother

Gwyneth Paltrow hosted a Democratic National Convention fundraiser in her backyard on Thursday. President Obama attended. Us Magazine reports that she was so smitten by Obama, that she could barely string words together. She also called herself a working mother again.

The mom-of two told Obama, “I am one of your biggest fans, if not the biggest,” before praising him for being an “incredible role model.”

She went on to talk about the importance of sustainable energy sources, and to praise Obama’s support for equal pay which Paltrow (who Forbes estimates earns an amazing $19 million a year) said was, “very important to me as a working mother.”

Then, overcome with nerves, the actress stumbled a little before passing the microphone off to the President, telling him flirtatiously, “You’re so handsome that I can’t speak properly.”

Gwyneth Paltrow is a working mother in the same way Tom Cruise is a struggling actor. That is to say not at all. Those three months out of the year that Paltrow works must take quite a toll on her family. I’m surprised she hasn’t unconsciously uncoupled with her kids yet.

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8 years ago

fucking n****r loving commie pig bitch

Rick Amato
Rick Amato
8 years ago

Paltrow not only can’t speak properly, she apparently can’t see properly either. Nobody should be praising this man. Obama is bringing these Ebola patients back for God knows what reason (insert your own conspiracy theory here). He has decimated the US economy. He has destroyed our health care system. My health care bill is now up to $400/month (from $100/month before Obamacare). My car insurance bill, thank god, is $25/month (from Insurance Panda), but I think Obama is going to try and nationalize car insurance before his presidency is done with. My $60,000 salary, which was enough to live off… Read more »

8 years ago

She’s a fucking weirdo, from 2 fucking weirdo Hollywood has-beens. Yay!

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