Gwyneth Paltrow has been revealing way too much information lately!
Last month, People's Most Beautiful Woman caused quite a stir at the "Iron Man 3" premiere when she showed up in a revealing Antonio Berardi gown. It was obvious that she wasn't wearing any underwear.
In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Gwyneth was not bashful about discussing her personal grooming habits. When Ellen asked her about the gown, Gwyneth explained, "Oh, I kind of had a disaster, I was doing a show and I changed there and I went I couldn't wear underwear. I don't think I can tell this story on TV."
Paltrow, however, did continue to "tell this story on TV." As she explained, "Well, let's just say everyone went scrambling for a razor. I work a '70s vibe. You know what I mean?"
A few days later, the actress continued to make her rounds. In an interview with Chelsea Handler, Paltrow shared some sex advice that she had given a mutual friend. As Chelsea remarked, "You were like, whatever you're doing, do the opposite. If you feel angry, go at him with love and you give him a b.j."
After realizing what she had said, Gwyneth worried, "What if my mother sees this show?" Chelsea replied, "I'm already sending a copy of this show to your mother. People need to know that you're like that, because you are! That's amazing, I was like, give a blow? I'm not doing that!"
Paltrow shows no signs of slowing down in her world media TMI tour. This weekend, in a radio interview, she gave listeners an update on her body hair situation. "I now look like an eight-year-old girl!"
Gwyneth is not the only celeb who has been over-sharing lately. Who else is guilty of TMI?
Last month, in an MTV docu-series, "My Crazy Beautiful Life," we had an inside look at Ke$ha's wild side. She's willing to try anything once, even if it means drinking her own urine.
As she explained, "I heard it was good for you. That was, like, the rumor. But I don't know. I'm also just one that doesn't shy away from things. I'm not good at saying 'no' so I just figure, f. it, I'll try anything once. So I tried it. I wouldn't recommend it. It was pretty gross. And I don't think it really did anything very beneficial to me so, yeah, I wouldn't probably do it again."
Rob has been quite public about his ongoing struggles to lose weight. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Rob revealed some personal info about his weight loss journey. "Every time I hop in the shower and see myself naked I cry, because my penis looks so small now."
The Kardashian brother added, "The upside is, every time you lose 10 lbs you gain an inch on your penis."
Howard Stern's Wife
Speaking of male anatomy, Howard's wife, Beth, took the time to clear up some unflattering rumors about her husband's size. Beth wanted everyone to know that despite rumors to the contrary, he's doing just fine in the bedroom.
Regarding Howard's self-deprecating sense of humor, Beth explained, "He does that to himself. He always talks about that. It keeps me very happy, his penis. How's that for you?!"
The booted "Dancing With the Stars" contestant was never known for having a filter. This month, in an interview with RumorFix, Andy talked about the ins and outs of his relationship with girlfriend, Jennifer Gimenez--literally.
As he joked, "The ins and the outs of Jennifer Gimenez and I are, well, I guess in and out is a good way to describe it."
Speaking of in and out, during an appearance on "Chelsea Lately," Katie talked about giving birth to her daughter, Ellie, in 1991. After learning that they would have to break her coccyx in order to have a regular delivery, Katie opted for a C-section.
Her then-husband, the late Jay Monahan, bravely kept an eye on the procedure while it was happening.
As Katie explained, "When I had my C-section, you know, they put this tent over you. And they put your arms on this board so you don't flail. So you feel like you're being crucified and they're cutting you open. And my husband was on that end -- bless his heart -- and he was like, 'Your uterus looks just like a portobello mushroom.' I said, 'Thanks honey, that's really helpful.'"
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