Gwyneth Paltrow: InStyle UK April 2011 Cover
American actress, Gwyneth Paltrow is gracing the cover of April 2011 issue of InStyle UK. 38-year-old ‘Se7en’ actress looks incredibly gorgeous and stunning on the magazine cover with a sweet smile.
Gwyneth Paltrow is showing off her best assets in a sexy blue animal printed dress with black leather trim detailing from Burberry Prorsum Spring 2011 collection. The diva keeps her hair loose with center part and also dons some glitzy jewelry including statement cuffs and luxury rings.
For the other editorial pic, she gracefully and amazingly poses for the popular mag in a sexy short attire. Gwyneth is lying on bed wearing a hot outfit with a studded belt and metallic bangles. In the interview, the actress talks about her homebody nature as wife to Chris Martin and mom to Apple and Moses.
Check out some excerpts from Gwyneth Paltrow InStyle UK April 2011 Issue interview:
On singing with Jay-Z: “I got onstage with him at the Royal Albert Hall [in 2006]. I stood in the back and sang with him. That was the night of my 34th birthday and I drank a bunch of champagne before going on just to get through it. It was also before I had any singing lessons. I was sooo nervous, but that was just for fun. I’m glad I did it.”
Goopy on having girls’ nights in: “I like having dance parties at my house and being super-goofy with my girlfriends,” says Paltrow, who splits time between homes in L.A. and the UK. “We just play music like whatever is on the radio and then old stuff – Michael Jackson, disco – and new stuff; we mix it up. It’s fun.”
On Country Strong: “Last night, when I was watching the film, I thought, ‘This is the best job I’ve ever done. Normally I can’t stand to see myself but with this film, I felt like it all came together, all that hard work and putting myself in such an uncomfortable position where I felt so scared of how I was going to do it. I’m happy with how it turned out. I’ve never prepared for anything more in my life. It was a big responsibility. There was studying with an accent coach, learning to play guitar and, of course, the singing. My voice didn’t have any power and I wanted to try to sing properly. I was so nervous about performing live scenes in the film, that’s so foreign to me.”