Gwyneth Paltrow Says She Has "Nine Chins"

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In most instances, Gwyneth Paltrow is hashtag everything. Yes, Goop can be slightly ridiculous (her seven-day cleanse, for example), but it's really one of the only newsletters we actually open in our inbox. The latest installment features Gwynnie's "Emmys Scrapbook," which chronicled, in minute detail, her preparation for the ceremonies. It's a pretty cool, visual, firsthand glimpse into the star's life: There's snaps of her getting her hair done, entries on her 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. workout, and red-carpet makeup tips. Despite the access, we're a little disappointed that our number hot mama posted a pic (above) of her posing with fellow celebs along with this caption: "The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards begin, hosted by Jane Lynch from Glee! I live for Tina Fey and I love Kenneth from 30 Rock! Wait ... why does my arm look like that and since when do I have 9 chins?" Besides the fact that her abs are rock-hard in that Emilio Pucci black-and-nude dress, we've done the whole weird chin angle thing, and the results aren't consistent with Paltrow's negligible fold. There's a lesson here, we're just not sure what it is. Maybe anyone who can share a pic of herself after waking up and still looking hot shouldn't complain? (Goop via Daily Mail UK)
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