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Gwyneth Paltrow Talks Of Her Newsletter GOOP


Gwyneth Paltrow Talks Of Her Newsletter GOOP

Friday, July 31 2009

Gwyneth Paltrow has something to be proud of. Her weekly newsletter GOOP, which tackles useful tips and advices about love, life and other relevant things, is a "big success," according to the actress.



The name of the newsletter comes from her initials G.P. "It started in such an organic way. People ask me, 'What is it? What are you doing?' And I don't know. I did it, am doing it… and I love doing it. It is really just a place to disseminate good information," conferred Paltrow.



"People are so grateful that it's free. It's just nice to share what you have. And I have all this great information. It's just a gift. People want me to do all this other stuff. But right now, I just really love doing the site. I love thinking about the letters, what I'm going to write about, what kind of information we can put in there," the 36-year-old said.



by FW Editor

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