Fashion statement: Gwyneth Paltrow chose unusual footwear to run errands in Santa Monica
SuperGoop popped on some Pocahontas meets Suri Cruise themed slippers today to walk 0.1 miles in Santa Monica today, which was more than she managed last week when she demanded to be driven 0.6 miles to a restaurant after our Stel's bash for her dad in her shop, when everyone else managed to walk. The 39-year-old lifestyle guru blamed the paps that she took the car, even though there weren't many pictures of the other celebs walking and she happily posed for them earlier in the night. 
Eyesore: Gwyneth was opting for comfort over style with her moccasins
But let's not hate on Gwynnie- she's a busy lifestyle website author who was probably exhausted from having to make other people to write her once a week newsletter for her so it's no wonder her little tootsies get tired after a long day.
Anyway, look at those Tracy Anderson-honed legs. I get so caught up in feeling bile for her beaky, superior face that I never get a good look at her pins.
Clash: Gwyneth teamed the shoes with a floral top and white hotpants to complete her dressed down look
Not bad are they?
Back in the far away days of 2007, before Madge, Gwyneth and Tracy Anderson all fell out (probably over money) SuperGoop posted a video that Tracy had supposedly sent her for her iphone for her to do over Christmas on her website. Watching it now is hilarious because it is made to look like a personal little video workout that Tracy sent her and she happened to decide to share on the site and Tracy practically starts to have an orgasm over Gwyneth's cooking. Ha. Yep, the Paltrow cookbook and the Anderson gym partnership was in the works all the way back then.
Anyway, if you can manage not to punch yourself in the face because you're laughing so hard at the start, Anderson then goes into a legs and arse workout that you can do at home, with a chair. Without that expensive gym membership.
Thank you Gwyneth, you just live to give don't you?
You can see the vid/ download it if you're so inclined here. 

About Jen Paul (BOHOMOTH)

Jenny Paul is a veteran showbiz reporter who is based in Cannes in the south of France. She has worked on major breaking news stories over the past decade and more for entertainment news outlets worldwide including: Us Weekly (USA), People magazine (USA), E! News (USA) ABC News (USA), The New York Post (USA), The Sun (UK), The Mirror (UK), The Daily Mail, (UK), The Mail on Sunday (UK) and many others too numerous to mention. She firmly believes that love, truth, hugs, dogs and the power of laughter make the world a better place.
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  1. prttynpnk says:

    I’m sorry, those look like cheesy gift bags from a Cherokee resort.

  2. canuck says:

    Oh Jesus. Is fashion moving into the ethnic again? Are we going to have to suffer through beaded moccassins paired with a dress made from “Wax Hollandaise” material, aka African Pagne? My nightmare come true.

    • BOHOMOTH says:

      If it does I will steadfastly ignore it x

      • canuck says:

        As will I. The city I come from holds a yearly “pretend you’re in a Western and get sh*tfaced for 10 days” festival and the only people who look nice in moccassins are little native American Indian girls. And white women wearing “pagne” look like they they’re dressed up for Hallowe’en as a West African albino.

      • twiggy twiggy says:

        Hey Canuck, ya talking Calgary Stampede?

  3. canuck says:

    That I am.

  4. chachi says:

    Hey Canuck, I’m in Edmonton (sadly, no Stampede here…) – but I’m in love with Calgary. My sister lives in cowtown, and we’ve spent many a Saturday breakfast at Vendome (did I spell that right?) and dinner at Una (she has a great life – no kids, lots of eating out!) Small world!

    • canuck says:

      It is ;). You probably know it better than I these days, it’s been a couple of decades since I’ve lived there. You guys have whatever they are calling the Klondike days now, isn’t it much the same thing?

  5. chachi says:

    Calgary has come a long way – the city, and even the Stampede, have a polish to them now. I always think it looks like a nice mountain town that just grew and grew. Yes, Edmonton did have something called Klondike Days at one time – now it’s just a regular, dirty, skeezy type fair that drops in in the summer. At least Stampede has a theme and the whole city drops their obligations for a week for a big downtown party. If you haven’t been to Calgary in decades, I think you’d be pleasantly surprised. I saw k.d. lang play the Folk Fest there last summer, and she commented on how it had ‘grown up’. It was her first time back since she was practically thrown out of Alberta by the rednecks who didn’t like her stance on beef. Anyway, how’d I get onto k.d. lang??? Hope you’re enjoying you’re new neck-of-the-woods, Canuck!

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