Piers Morgan blasts Gwyneth Paltrow for Goop after calling men ‘people with penises’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television

Piers Morgan has reacted after Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop shared content referencing men in unusual ways. One article referred to men as “people with penises”, while another called them “people with prostates”. However, the tutorial and article do not feature a byline, so the extent of the actress’ involvement in creating the content is unknown.

Not one to hold back, Piers waded into the woke row, calling the alternate titles “absurd”.

The star said: “Gwyneth is about an absurd substance that signals virtue.

“A person with a penis is called a MAN.

“And I say that with some confidence as someone who wears one,” he added, according to The Sun.

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The publication added that his TalkTV colleague, Mike Graham, said the wording “doesn’t make sense”.

He added: “I guess we can’t expect more from a woman who made candles with the smell of a vagina.”

He claimed the star was “too wide awake” for ex-husband Chris Martin, who she “consciously divorced” from in 2014.

None of Goop’s articles have a byline, so it’s unclear how much the actress was involved in writing and creating them.

Gwyneth’s quirkiest products include a $10,000 24k gold dildo and vampire sprays to get rid of “bad vibes.”

In 2020, Gwyneth went on a frenzy after posting a candle on her Goop site that cost $75 and was called This Smells Like My Vagina.

It claimed to have included notes of “”geranium, lemony bergamot and cedar absolutes juxtaposed with Damask rose and ambrette seed”.

Following her success, the star pulled out a candle that supposedly smelled of her orgasm.

Following Roe vs Wade’s 49th anniversary in January, the star released a third candle titled Hands Off My Vagina.

She told presenter Jimmy Fallon at the time: “You know, I think we’re very pro-women at Goop, obviously, and we really believe that women should have the power to make any choice they want to make. in their life in any field.

“And so we were happy to be able to partner with the ACLU and do this. It’s really exciting.” she added.

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