Gwyneth Paltrow made Hailey Bieber swing.
The Marvel actress, 49, stopped Bieber’s vlog, “Who’s in My Bathroom,” and joked that she slept with Bieber’s father, Stephen Baldwin — but then clarified that she was only joking.
On Wednesday’s episode, Bieber, 25, and Paltrow discussed many things, including the topic of Hollywood nepotism, and Paltrow starring with Baldwin, 56, in the 1994 movie “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle.”
Paltrow taunted the show, saying that she and a Long Island native had an embarrassing moment in front of the camera.
She said Bieber’s dad was “cool” and “very nice”.
The model replied: “I would love to hear that. Imagine if you had a horror story: ‘He was awful! Working with him was a nightmare!”
“That would be bad. Or if you loved your dad in the shower,” Paltrow said gleefully.
Baldwin looked shaken and tried to play, adding, “This has happened to me, actually. I don’t know if he even knows that I do. But, it has happened.”
The Oscar winner started laughing and teasing that she had not had sex with Baldwin. “I wasn’t! I wasn’t!” Paltrow said.
Elsewhere in the interview, the couple talked about being a breed of big-time figure in the entertainment industry. Paltrow is the daughter of famous actress Blythe Danner and director Bruce Paltrow, while Baldwin is married to singer Justin Bieber and descends from the acting Baldwin dynasty.
Paltrow pointed out that celebrity children are not as advantageous as some people think.
The Goop founder said the star kids have to “work twice as hard” as others once they start show business and have to prove themselves because others will say they “don’t belong.”
Paltrow then mentioned how children with famous fathers can “unfairly” put their feet up and have more opportunities.
“As someone’s children [established in Hollywood]”You get access to what others don’t, so the playground isn’t level that way,” said the mother of two.
The “Shakespeare in Love” star said, “However, I really feel that once you get your foot in the door, which you unfairly got in, you almost have to work twice as hard and be twice as good.” “Because people are willing to drag you down and say ‘You don’t belong there’ and ‘You are only there because of your father or mother’ or whatever the case may be.”
She then revealed how celebrity spawning should not be a limiting factor in pursuing a film career.
“It shouldn’t limit you,” Paltrow said, “because what I believe is that no one in the world, especially one who doesn’t know you, should have a negative impact on your course or on the decisions you make.”