Gwyneth Paltrow Worried About Catherine Zeta-Jones’ Lifestyle Brand?

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Gwyneth Paltrow Catherine Zeta Jones Lifestyle Brand

By Andrew Shuster |

Gwyneth Paltrow Catherine Zeta Jones Lifestyle Brand

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Is Gwyneth Paltrow worried about Catherine Zeta-Jones launching her own lifestyle brand because she thinks it will overshadow her company Goop? That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids, but Gossip Cop has the truth.

It was announced last month that Zeta-Jones will be starting her own lifestyle website aimed at women, similar to Paltrow’s company Goop. Now, the National Enquirer is claiming Paltrow is in a panic about the oncoming competition. A supposed “source” tells the magazine in very unnatural language, “God help poor Gwynny! Catherine’s an international superstar, who’s not only classy and super-smart with impeccable taste, but women actually find her relatable.” The outlet’s seemingly nonexistent insider continues, “No question: Zeta-Jones will prove to be a crushing competitor for Gwyneth’s Goop.”

But Gossip Cop checked in with a mutual pal of ours and Paltrow, who exclusively assures us she isn’t upset or panicking about the fellow actress launching her own lifestyle website. In fact, there are many other female celebrities with lifestyle brands, including Jessica Alba, Tori Spelling, Lauren Conrad and Zooey Deschanel, and they all continue to be successful despite the competition. Regardless, we’re told Paltrow simply isn’t disturbed by Zeta-Jones getting in on the action. A rep for the actress also tells Gossip Cop the claim is “completely false.”

Unfortunately, Gossip Cop has repeatedly called out the Enquirer for publishing bogus stories about both actresses, so this latest fabrication combining the two isn’t entirely surprising. We previously busted the magazine after it wrongly alleged Paltrow cheated on boyfriend Brad Falchuk with actor James Badge Dale. Gossip Cop also debunked the publication’s false report about Zeta-Jones and husband Michael Douglas fighting at the U.S. Open. There was no truth to either of those articles, and this latest one is equally fictitious.

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