Gwyneth Paltrow has joked with Hailey Bieber about having sex with her father, actor Stephen Baldwin, in a bathroom.
Paltrow made the remark during a recent interview on Bieber’s podcast, “Who’s in My Bathroom?”
Paltrow and Baldwin starred together in “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle” in 1994.
Wednesday’s episode of the Hailey Bieber podcast “Who’s in my bathroom” began awkwardly when guest Gwyneth Paltrow, 49, joked about having sex with Bieber’s father, actor Stephen Baldwin, 56, in a bathroom.
In the video from the episode below, Paltrow opened the interview by stating that she knows Bieber’s father and his famous uncles, Alec, 64, Billy, 59, and Daniel, 61.
When Bieber, 25, asked Paltrow if she had any stories about her dad, the “Shakespeare In Love” star replied at around 50 seconds, “I did a movie with your dad, actually.” Bieber told Paltrow she was unaware they had shared the screen.
“He was awesome, he was so sweet,” Paltrow said.
Bieber then reflected, “Imagine if you had a horror story and you were like, ‘He was awful, it was a nightmare working with him.'”
“That would be bad” the founder of Goop admitted at around 1:03, adding, “Or, if I had fucked your dad in the bathroom,” she laughed.
Bieber, however, didn’t seem shaken by Paltrow.
“It happened to me, actually. I don’t even know if he knows that I know, but it happened to me,” she replied.
Paltrow laughed before quickly admitting that she and Baldwin “didn’t” actually meet in bathrooms together.
“Oh well, that’s good to know, thanks,” Bieber replied before the duo whipped up a mint chocolate chip smoothie.
The film Paltrow is presumably referring to is the 1994 film, “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle,” a biographical drama about American poet Dorothy Parker and her group of friends. The star-studded cast included Jennifer Jason Leigh as Parker, alongside Matthew Broderick, Peter Gallagher, Wallace Shawn and Heather Graham.
Around 3:00 a.m. in the podcast, Paltrow made another startling remark when Bieber asked her about nepotism.
“As someone’s child, you have access that other people don’t have,” she said. “The playing field is not equal that way.”
“However, I really feel like once your foot is in the door, which you unfairly walked into, you have to work almost twice as hard and be twice as good because people are willing to pull you down and say you don’t belong there and you’re only there because of your dad or your mom or whatever,” she continued.
Paltrow’s mother is famous actress Blythe Danner and her late father is famous Hollywood producer and director Bruce Paltrow.
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