Gwyneth Paltrow: "I Did Not Use A Ghost Writer!"

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Maybe it's because of the whole Mike Daisey mess, but everyone's out to find flaws in reporting or to discredit what we're told these days.

And I'm glad that's happening.

But one little Oscar-winning lady is fighting back.

As E! reported, Gwyneth Paltrow said on Facebook:

"Love @nytimes dining section but this weeks facts need checking. No ghost writer on my cookbook, I wrote every word myself."

Glad to hear it, but I hope next time she at least gets a copy editor.

Should be "week's."


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Southern Dave
Southern Dave

As genuine as her mother, Blythe Danner is, that's how phony Gwyneth Paltrow has always seemed to me.

As far as editing goes, I am an omnivorous reader and am constantly struck by spelling  and factual mistakes that make it into print.

(Wait a minute, gotta check the spelling of  "omnivorous.")

Rogie
Rogie

She identifies with her father, so that probably explains a few things. They had the notion of doing a movie together, which should have been an unsinkable deal. It tanked anyway.

Varicosa
Varicosa

It was that terrible "Duets' movie about karaoke. I think Gwynnie did a movie with her brother too, which was also a disappointment. Meanwhile, I'd love to see her do a movie with her mother!

Timmee
Timmee

I'd also put a comma after "section"

mjm
mjm

if Gwyneth Paltrow wrote her own blog then I'm Shakespeare. 

Stormac
Stormac

I bet she's telling the truth. A celebrity can probably write out recipes by themselves. 

Vivi
Vivi

Why would someone who weighs 80 pounds write a cookbook?

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