Gwyneth Paltrow Talks her Famous Friends Who Have Cheated

September 7, 2011 By:
Gwyneth Paltrow Talks her Famous Friends Who Have Cheated

Gwyneth Paltrow somehow always finds ways to inject her opinions on things no matter what press junket she's at. While "promoting" her new flick Contagion she somehow steered the conversation to infidelity.

This is Gwyneth Paltrow, the same woman who saved a life on 9/11 and doesn't believe in eating canned cheese, she can do whatever she wants! She's an American Hero, you guys!

Anyways, sit back and relax while Gwyneth Paltrow tells you about all her friends who have cheated on their spouses and how she's not judging them at all, except for throwing them under the bus by talking about it at the Venice Film Festival. But hey whatever, whenever Paltrow opens her mouth and talks about NOT-her movie, it makes my job easier.

What's that you say? Gwyneth Paltrow thinks everyone should eat seaweed only and rescue seal puppies? Thank you internet!

Anyways, Paltrow shares her thoughts on adultery and all her famous friends who cheated!

"I am a great romantic, but I also think you can be a romantic and a realist."

She continues, "Life is complicated and long and I know people that I respect and admire and look up to who have had extra-marital affairs," says Paltrow.

Who's she talking about?! Everyone knows that Paltrow's social circle includes the likes of Madonna, Beyonce, Cameron Diaz, and even Martha Stewart.

"We're flawed - we're human beings and sometimes you make choices that other people are going to judge. That's their problem, but I think that the more I love my life, the more I learn not to judge people for what they do. I think we're all trying out best, but life is complicated," says Paltrow

Don't be deceived, those are just lyrics to a Coldplay song. Speaking of Coldplay, Paltrow says her private (ahem boring) marriage with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin is so "wonderful."

"I'm lucky - I have a wonderful, blessed life. I have two fantastically delightful children and a very nice husband," she says and then, "Knock on wood!"

She says her husband is "very nice?" You could say that a remodeled kitchen is "very nice" or that your next door neighbor who collects porcelain dolls is "very nice" but to say that about your husband? Yah, she better knock on wood that he's isn't banging Coldplay groupies.