Gwyneth Paltrow made Hailey Bieber cringe with an X-rated quip.
Appearing on Bieber’s vlog, What’s In My Bathroom, Paltrow joked that she’d slept with Bieber’s dad, Stephen Baldwin, but quickly insisted she was just kidding.
Replying to the 25-year-old talking about hearing negative comments about her father, Paltrow replied: “That would be bad. Or if I, like, f***ed your dad in the bathroom.”
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A shaken Bieber batted the joke off, saying: “I’ve had that happen to me, actually. I don’t know if he even knows that I know that. But, I’ve had that happen.”
The Oscar-winning actress laughed before clarifying that she didn’t really sleep with Baldwin.
She said: “I didn’t! I didn’t!”
In the episode, released on Wednesday, Bieber and Paltrow covered a variety of topics from skincare to Hollywood ‘nepotism’.
Paltrow also discussed being involved in an awkward on-camera moment with Baldwin while working on the 1994 movie, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle.
Later in the interview, the two spoke candidly about descending from famous parents, with Paltrow’s mother being famous actress Blythe Danner and her father director Bruce Paltrow.
Bieber is married to pop-sensation Justin Bieber and is a descendant of the Baldwin family, with Alec and Stephen household names on the big screen.
Paltrow said she didn’t think celebrity children had as big of an advantage to kickstart their careers as people believe they do.
She told Bieber that stars’ kids have to work ‘twice as hard’ as other people once they get their chance in showbiz and prove themselves as others will criticise and say they ‘don’t belong’.
Paltrow, who has two children of her own, added: “As the child of someone [famous in entertainment], you get access other people don’t have, so the playing field is not level in that way.
“However, I really do feel that once your foot is in the door, which you unfairly got in, then you almost have to work twice as hard and be twice as good.
“Because people are ready to pull you down and say, ‘You don’t belong there’ and ‘You are only there because of your dad or your mum,’ or whatever the case may be.”
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