Gwyneth Paltrow's beef with The New York Times over their accusation that her new cookbook My Father’s Daughter was written by a ghostwriter and not Gwyn herself goes on! The actress Skyped with The Rachael Ray Show to defend the accusation, saying she wrote and cooked “every single recipe in the book”.
“You know normally I don’t respond to gossip or anything,” Paltrow told the celeb chef during the video call from her London home. “But this is my professional life and I’m writing more cookbooks… I wrote my book and it’s all mine!”
She also took to her GOOP newsletter to stick a fork in the newspaper, writing: “Last week, The New York Times implied that I used a ghostwriter on my cookbook... That is not the case. The recipes and words are all mine and come from my heart.”
We must admit that we were sceptical the Shakespeare in Love beauty didn’t have help on the project – she doesn’t exactly look like someone who spends a lot of time around food! But judging by her passionate claims, perhaps she really can handle the heat in the kitchen after all!