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Vanity Fair gave up and gave in and decided they wanted Gwyneth Paltrow at their Oscar party. The Goopster told people to not cooperate with the magazine and so far no one had followed her advice. The problem is that Vanity Fair going soft on her now will make people think she won and has some type of power she doesn't have. What I think happened is they couldn't find enough dirt to fill up a really long hard hitting article so are going soft just to have something to show for their effort and all the publicity about the article. All they have to do is talk to people who knew her when she was dating Brad Pitt or Ben Affleck. There are lots of great stories about her from that period. Go ask Madonna about her. For some reason vanity fair decided to turn into Kneepads when it comes to the Goopster.
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