No wonder Chris Martin puts up with that weird a$$ diet. Gwyneth Paltrow was recently exposed by her homegirl Chelsea Handler for being a big ol’ hubby pleasing freakazoid.
In a new interview it emerged the 40-year-old actress, who is married to Coldplay singer Chris Martin, once advised a female friend that working them jaws was the solution for women wanting to prevent an argument with their husbands.
The Iron Man 3 actress didn’t volunteer this story willingly, but was left red faced after chat show host Chelsea Handler made the revelation as she made an appearance on her show on Monday night.
Paltrow was having dinner with friends, including Handler, when the unnamed woman told them she was furious with her spouse after a huge bust up.
But according to Handler, Gwyneth told her to let go of her anger – before giving her the unusual advice.
Chelsea told the audience: ‘We were at a dinner party one night and this girl was asking for advice and Gwyneth is an amazing advice giver.
‘The woman was saying “I got into a big fight with my husband and I got home and I wanted to scream and yell” and Gwyneth was like “Whatever you’re doing just do the opposite, just go at him with love and you give him a b*** j**”.’
Gwyneth was embarrassed when Handler told the story. Putting her head in her hands she said: ‘What if my mom is watching this show?’
Paltrow previously admitted she believes one of the reasons why her 10 year marriage has lasted is because she is willing to ‘compromise’ in order to be there for Coldplay star Chris Martin.
She said: ‘I have little kids in school. I want to maintain my marriage and my family, so I have to be here when he comes home.’
Explaining an unnamed friend recently came to her for advice, she added: ‘She is an actress and in a new relationship with someone else with a big career, and I said this may not be feminist, but you have to compromise.
‘It’s been all about you and you’re a big deal. And if you want what you’re saying you want – a family – you have to be a wife, and that is part of the equation.
‘Gloria Steinem may string me up by my toes, but all I can do is my best, and I can do only what works for me and my family.’