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Gwyneth Paltrow Does Not Like Ecstasy


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Gwyneth Paltrow says that ecstasy is the hardest drug that she has ever tried.

The Oscar winning actress has never had a reputation for being a party girl or a Hollywood bad girl. Quite the opposite, actually. In contrast to many of her movie star contemporaries Paltrow has always had a good girl reputation.

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This does not mean that her fans would be shocked to hear that she has tried drugs or that she even uses party drugs from time to time. And ecstasy falls into the party drug category and is classified by mist as a soft drug.

The 42 year old actress made the revelation last week on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live.” During a “plead the fifth” segment Cohen asked Paltrow, “What is the hardest drug you’ve ever taken?” She answered that it was ecstasy.

In the segment the guest can decline to answer one of three questions asked. Interestingly, Paltrow chose not to reveal who she referred to as her frenemy in a 2009 interview. This person, Paltrow said, was trying to bring her down.

Paltrow also revealed that she would rather be stuck in an elevator with Angelina Jolie than Jennifer Garner because she would like to get to know Jolie. Paltrow famously once dated both Jolie and Garner’s husbands, Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck.



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