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Gwyneth Paltrow Vanity Fair

Do you recall, a few months back, when Gwyneth Paltrow was seriously, seriously P.O.ed at Vanity Fair? At the time, the head honchos over at the famed magazine were planning to run a tell-all story abou Gwyneth, one that included some rumors (and possibly confirmations) about her cheating on her husband Chris Martin.

The whole debacle quieted down after a couple of weeks and, apparently, a phone call from Gwyneth herself to the Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter.

However, it seems that things might not be back to normal … the usually A-List packed Vanity Fair Oscars After Party was lacking some serious star power this year, and one source is reporting that it’s directly related to the Gwyneth/Graydon spat. Apparently Gwyneth’s publicist Stephen Huvane and his brother, Kevin Huvane – who is a managing partner over at CAA – encouraged their A-List clients to skip the Vanity Fair party. While some A-Listers, like Anne Hathaway, did attend the party (“it would have been too obvious” to pull everyone, says the source) many – including Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Aniston, Meryl Streep, and Kevin Spacey all skipped and attended different parties. And for her part, Gwyneth didn’t attend any of the after parties, and just headed home.

Photos via WENN.

Comments

  1. Goldie says

    It is time to give this a rest Graydon Carter is a pompous narcissistic old man who needs to retire. He needs to be told The Good Old Boy network is dying, and about time, and stop bullying women. This has got to stop and so must all the hate. What did this woman do to those that see to hate her. As I said seem, as they don’t know her or have met her because those who have certainly have good things to say about her. So get off her back and stop giving Gaydon Carter print.

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