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The Most Beautiful Woman In The World Smells Really Bad


Gwyneth Paltrow AKA The Most Beautiful Woman In The World smells  like really bad you guys, okay? That’s what some people were saying about her at The Met Ball. Which would explain why Ms. Paltrow was having such an oh-so-terrible time. She did say it was “boiling“. From The National Enquirer, a “close source” (GET IT?) says,

Poor Gwyneth looked picture-perfect, but it must have been the hot lights that caused her to be a little strong on the nose. It was pretty pungent, and I don’t think she had a clue. I saw at least two people wave their hands in front of their noses after passing her. Gwyneth has heard that aluminum is supposedly carcinogenic, and that putting an aluminum-based deodorant directly on those sensitive armpit glands can increase the chances of breast cancer.

Downside is that the more natural deodorants don’t control smell as effectively. I learned that mistake the hard way. Las Vegas. So I get it, Gwyneth.

I know, I know, she’s such an easy target. Poor girl.

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  • She looks like a douche in that photo (and she is!)

    Natural deodorant can be just as effective as the dementia inducing aluminum formulations that supermarkets sell. There are several brands which work just fine. I’ve used them for 20+ years and have never had issues with body odor. Maybe she’s new to natural deodorant? Hopefully, she’ll figure it out, right?

    • Maybe she just needs to shower more frequently. The elite like to think they don’t stink.

  • You are saying she ‘stinks’ and poking fun at her for wearing natural deodorant? Shouldn’t we all care about being more natural when it comes to our bodies?
    I really doubt she smelled bad, who did you get this information from? Oh, and if it was hot, I doubt she was the only one who was stinky. Stop bullying other women, this is so uncool.

  • this is so ludicrous, there is no reliable evidence that aluminum causes dementia or breast cancer

  • I asked my ob/gyn about it and she said as you have said that there is no reliable evidence. Drinking, smoking, tanning, unprotected sex, excess fat & sugar….however…