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Gwyneth Paltrow won’t stop bragging about her divorce

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Look, I know the source is somewhat wonky on this one, but is it really so hard to believe that Gwyneth Paltrow is being insufferable about her perfectly orchestrated divorce announcement? She and Chris Martin announced their “conscious uncoupling” last month, and apparently Goopy hasn’t shut up about it since because she thinks she did so brilliantly with it.

From Radar Online:

’Conscious uncoupling’ has become a joke among Gwyneth’s friend,” a source close to the 41-year-old Country Strong star told Radar.

 

“All she’s doing is bragging about how peaceful her divorce is and how she and Chris planned it so perfectly that it is hardly disrupting their lives.”

“Gwyneth has always thought she had the most perfect life and even though she’s getting a divorce and both of them are getting bad press she doesn’t care,” the source told Radar.

“She has become insufferable saying how happy she is with the way everything is evolving,” the source told Radar.

“It’s so ridiculous to listen to her talk as if nothing bad is going on at all for her.  But Gwyneth has always had a protected privileged life and this is no different.”

LOL, yeah, this actually sounds 100% legit. Now, I wonder how she’ll gracefully get out of that GOOP financial trouble

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  • Conscious Uncoupling is a program that assists people in working through their emotional baggage when they break up or get divorced. I know several people who have completed the program several times and swear by it. They are ready to move on without their emotional baggage after the course. I’ve never done it and probably won’t do it but Goop isn’t the first to discover this. She is practically promoting them. Maybe that’s good – judging by most people’s constant bashing of their exes or comments about all men or all women. I find Goop to be annoying too.

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