Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘un-fun’ night at the Met Gala
Gwyneth Paltrow reportedly has no intention of returning for the Costume Institute’s annual Met Gala next year.
The star-studded fashion event took place Monday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Paltrow is sharing her thoughts on the whole affair.
“I’m never going again,” she told USA Today. “It was so un-fun. It was boiling. It was too crowded. I did not enjoy it at all.”
Maybe she’s got a problem with punk theme? Or was too warm in her own Barbie-like gown?
People’s most beautiful woman of 2013 was on hand to support honorary event chairwoman and pal Beyonce. And Paltrow was uncharacteristically covered up in a long-sleeve, hot pink Valentino Haute Couture gown with nude tulle around the shoulders that showed off her tan lines. Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who wore a floral Chanel gown, said “pink is the color of punk,” but perhaps Paltrow didn’t get the memo because she told Vogue that she totally ignored the theme.
“I guess it’s punk in that I’ve gone just totally classic on a punk night,” the “Iron Man 3" star said.
Her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, also attended, but the two walked the red carpet separately because they want to keep their relationship “private,” Paltrow continued.
It’s been a rough week for the Goop founder, who recently revealed a “humilating” secret on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” about her “Iron Man 3" premiere gown. And, on Wednesday, TMZ reported that her Brentwood neighbors are complaining about the gate to her home being too high at nine feet. Other celebrities in the neighborhood, including Harrison Ford and Oliver Stone, have six-foot-tall gates, and now Paltrow and Martin are being investigated by the Department of Building and Safety and could pay a hefty fine.
Well, perhaps they hate her ‘cause she’s beautiful.
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