Gwyneth Paltrow Awkwardly Making things awkward! Gwyneth Paltrow joked with Hailey Bieber that she “fucked” her father, Stephen Baldwin, “in a bathroom.”
The 49-year-old Goop founder appeared in a particular episode of Hailey’s YouTube series Who’s in My Toilet, which premiered on Wednesday, July 27. Walking into the Rhode Magnificence founder’s bathroom, Gwyneth complimented Hailey, 25, saying, “Wow, that’s quite the bathroom,” before revealing, “I think I know your dad and your uncles.”
Hailey, for her part, laughed and responded, “That’s my favorite thing people say to me. Any story?
Gwyneth went on to recall a “fair little film” she made in her 20s alongside Stephen, 56. The film, titled Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, was released in 1994.
“It was a long, long time in the past, but he was kind. It was so good,” the Iron Man actress declared. Hailey replied, “Think of those who had a horror story and you were like, ‘It was horrible. It was a nightmare working with him.’”
“Well, that’s good to know. It’s okay,” Hailey hit again. For the rest of the 19-minute video, the duo talked about all things skincare and smoothies. Both girls shared their love of smoothies in the video, and as fans know, Hailey’s favorite morning smoothie has gone viral on TikTok in recent months.
“We’ve partnered with @haileybieber to create the most delicious skin-supporting shake: Hailey Bieber’s Strawberry Glaze Skin Smoothie,” Erewhon Market in Los Angeles announced via Instagram in June. “Hailey’s Special Smoothie is available for a limited time when it comes to tonic bars and supply. Try it before it’s gone!”
Following the announcement, fans in California flocked to Erewhon for a version of the drink, only to find it was worth $17. Since then, TikTok users have turned to the app with how-to videos of homemade smoothies that have the same style, but cost much less. However, DIY variations may not have the same effect on the skin as the Erewhon smoothie!
“I’ve always loved skincare, ever since I was young,” Hailey told Refinery29 in June of her skincare journey. “Magnificence and well-being were distinguished in my family. My mother is from Brazil and she has always invested in taking care of herself. I’ve seen her all my life take good care of her skin in the sun, put on SPF regularly, moisturize. I feel like just waking up looking at her, looking at my grandmother, all of them together [were] so involved in skin care and I wonder they definitely instilled [that] in me.”