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      Cameron Diaz is relaxing into new motherhood, and thrilled at 47, to be her own boss. She spoke to Gwyneth Paltrow about her life for Paltrow's In Goop Health series, and they both discussed why they opted to steer their lives away from the Hollywood spotlight.

      "What did it feel like to walk away from a movie career of that magnitude?" Paltrow, also 47, asked Diaz.

      Diaz said: "Like peace. A peace in my soul because I was finally taking care of myself.

      Diaz added: "It's a strange thing to say, I know a lot of people won't understand it, I know you understand it, but it was so intense to work at that level and be that public and put yourself out there. There's a lot of energy coming at you at all times when you're really visible as an actor and doing press and putting yourself out there. And you really energetically, I'm sensitive to energy, some energies and not others, but I do get the overwhelming energy of the attention being put toward me."

      She continued: "I stopped and really looked at my life. When you're making a movie … they own you. You're there for 12 hours a day for months on end you have no time for anything else."

      Diaz met her husband Benji Madden, and that sealed the deal. They married in 2015 and welcomed their first child, a daughter named Raddix, this year.

      "We got married pretty much immediately because we realized we just had to do it," Diaz told Paltrow. "We went hard for a few years where we just ironed our relationship out, hacked it out. It was a lot of work, but we had to."

      She added, "I'm older than him, not a lot older, but he was at the place in his life where he also wanted to do that as well."


      When Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced they were "consciously uncoupling" six years ago, they meant it. Since then, they have remained unusually close, hanging with each other's partners, vacationing together and co-parenting their two children, Apple, 16, and Moses, 14.

      Paltrow, who is now married to Brad Falchuk, penned a personal essay for British Vogue about the end of their marriage, and the fallout from their now-famous breakup announcement on Goop.

      The 47-year-old wrote that she realized her marriage to Martin was over in 2010, four years before they broke the news. It was on a trip to Italy for her 38th birthday.

      Paltrow wrote: "It would be years until we said the words aloud. But, that weekend, a dam had cracked just enough to hear the unrelenting trickle of truth. And it grew louder until it was all I could hear."

      She continued: "We were close, though we had never fully settled into being a couple. We just didn't quite fit together. There was always a bit of unease and unrest. But man, did we love our children."

      They tried everything, including therapy, and one therapist brought up the idea of "consciously uncoupling."

      Paltrow wrote that she wasn't sure: "Frankly, the term sounded a bit full of itself, painfully progressive and hard to swallow."

      They tried it for a year. "It was a hit and miss. We had great days and terrible days. Days when we couldn't stand each other, but forced ourselves to remember what we were aiming for."

      Paltrow said the blowback over the announcement made "me bury my head in the sand deeper than I ever had in my very public life."

      But now, the term is part of the cultural vernacular. She noted: "It's OK to stay in love with the parts of your ex that you were always in love with. In fact, that's what makes conscious uncoupling work. Love all of those wonderful parts of them. They still exist, they can still make you feel the way you felt for that person. Rather than shutting them out, lean into the unfamiliarity of those feelings and explore them."

      She concluded: "I know my ex-husband was meant to be the father of my children, and I know my current husband is meant to be the person I grow very old with. Conscious uncoupling lets us recognize those two different loves can coexist and nourish each other."


      Bella Hadid is not feeling New York's Finest's latest look. The 23-year-old posted a series of snaps on IG Stories in Manhattan, including one in which she flips the bird at cops not wearing masks.

      "U guys look goofy," Hadid wrote in her first picture, showing her turning her masked face toward three uniformed cops on the complete opposite side of the street. "WEAR A MASK," she wrote.

      Hadid added: "Hey @nypd masks are for all of our safety, not just urs….. :)"

      In a recent cover story shot by her sister Gigi Hadid for Elle, she spoke out about using her platform for good. "I have so much responsibility to use my platform for good, especially as I get older," she said, adding that she wanted young followers to "know it's okay to be empathetic and gentle, but to be strong and speak your truth at the same time."


      OK, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Garner were spotted at the beach together and while they were not exactly in make-out mode, they did look pretty darn adorable.

      Social media is here for a possible romance. Wrote one: "Jennifer Garner and Bradley Cooper are the couple I never knew I needed until NOW!"

      The pics featured the Alias alums together with Cooper's 3-year-old daughter Lea De Seine, whom he shares with his ex Irina Shayk. They made sandcastles. And just sayin' Cooper hasn't been linked to anyone since he split with Shayk in 2019, Garner reportedly split from boyfriend John Miller ahead of lockdown. They were together for two years.


      Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West are not on the same page when it comes to his presidential campaign, but they are determined to save his marriage, People reports.

      The 43-year-old launched a bid for the presidency last month, which dovetailed with a news cycle about his bipolar disorder. Amid his break down, he divulged personal details about his troubled relationship with Kim, and their quandary about possibly aborting their eldest child North. He shared details on the campaign trail and Twitter, and the pair appeared to be living separate lives for several weeks.

      But now, they are reconnecting in private in a bid to save their marriage, even if they are in severe disagreement on several other issues.

      According to the source, the couple is currently in the Dominican Republic, where the "focus is on their marriage. They decided to travel together so they can be away in private," the source says, adding that Kim is "exhausted."

      "Between the kids, work, and dealing with Kanye's bipolar episodes, it's been hard for her to think clearly," the source says of the Kim, who shares daughters North, 7, and Chicago, 2, and sons Saint, 4, and 14-month-old Psalm, with Kanye.

      The source says Kim is just trying to "save her marriage."

      "Kanye has made it clear that he will continue to run for president. Kim is not happy about it, but this isn't her focus," the source says. "She just wants to do what's best for the kids. And she thinks finding a way to save her marriage is what's best for them."


      ZACH BRAFF HONORS NICK CORDERO WITH INK: Zack Braff is honoring his late friend Nick Cordero with a new tattoo. The 45-year-old shared the ink on Instagram Story, and it features a drawing of the Broadway star, who died last month after a battle with COVID-19.

      SETH ROGEN TALKS INVISIBLE ROLES: Seth Rogen says the invisible work of different people helped him pull off his performance in HBO Max's An American Pickle. Appearing on Late Night With Seth Meyers, he revealed that during one table read, Ike Barinholtz played opposite him and they each read as one of his two characters, Herschel Greenbaum and his great-grandson, Ben Greenbaum. "It's not something I went into lightly, and I actually tried to get out of it several times," Rogen told Meyers. "We actually did a table read where Ike Barinholtz read the Herschel role at one point, and he was hilarious. And I remember thinking like, 'Oh, we got like — we don't need me.'"

      LEAH MCSWEENEY TALKS BIZARRE REUNION: The Real Housewives of New York City star Leah McSweeney tells E! that after months of filming virtual reunions due to COVID, Andy Cohen gathered the ladies for the first in-person taping in months. She said: "I'm just so grateful that Bravo and that Shed Media, all the amazing crew and staff and Andy and everyone, every single person that was involved in getting it to be in person. When I tell you they were so careful and the amount of testing and protocols and masks and social distancing and this and that. It was a huge undertaking and they did it."

      JAY MANUEL TALKS TYRA BANKS: Jay Manuel tells E! that his relationship with Tyra Banks never really recovered after he and Banks disagreed on a shoot. He said that Banks actually ghosted him on-set, although she later apologized. "I got a message to come see her in her hotel room and, to be fair, she apologized," Manuel remembered. "And said, 'I wasn't being professional. I am an executive producer, you are talent here, I should have been more professional.'" After that, he signed on for additional cycles, but his friendship with Banks "never really recovered."

      ALYSSA MILANO SHARES HEALTH UPDATE: While Alyssa Milano experienced COVID-19 symptoms for months, her tests kept coming up negative. But finally, she got some answers, she shared on social media. "This was me on April 2nd after being sick for 2 weeks. I had never been this kind of sick. Everything hurt. Loss of smell. It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. I couldn't breathe. I couldn't keep food in me. I lost 9 pounds in 2 weeks. I was confused. Low grade fever. And the headaches were horrible. I basically had every Covid symptom," she described. She said she took two tests, then one for antibodies when she felt better. All negative. But after continued symptoms, including "vertigo, stomach abnormalities, irregular periods, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, zero short term memory, and general malaise," she took another test, which finally turned up positive for antibodies. "I am POSITIVE for covid antibodies. I had Covid19," she wrote on Instagram.


      I'M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS TRAILER DROPS: The first trailer for Oscar-winner Charlie Kaufman's Netflix movie I'm Thinking of Ending Things has dropped. The film stars Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette and David Thewlis and follows the story of a young woman who takes a road trip with her new boyfriend to his family farm.

      HIGH FIDELITY IS CANCELED: Hulu has canceled High Fidelity starring Zoe Kravitz, despite its high critical praise. The series was an updated take on the 2000 Nick Hornby novel, which has already been developed into a movie starring John Kusack. Kravitz stepped into the role originally played by Cusack.

      LIFE IN A DAY GETS 300K ENTRIES: YouTube's forthcoming Life In a Day 2020 got more than 300,000 entries from 191 countries in more than 65 languages, which will be boiled down to fit into one 90-minute documentary film. The film project comes 10 years after the OG documentary commissioned by YouTube, which snagged 80,000 submissions. Kevin MacDonald is returning as director, and the final project will drop on YouTube in 2021 after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

      CAPTAIN MARVEL SEQUEL SCORES NIA DACOSTA AS DIRECTOR: Nia DaCosta is set to direct the sequel for the 90's-set movie Captain Marvel. DaCosta has also been snagged to direct MGM and Universal's upcoming Candyman. Megan McDonnell is penning the script for Captain Marvel.