Gwyneth Paltrow‘s ongoing war with Vanity Fair and its editor, Graydon Carter, is not over yet. After appealing to her friends not to talk and being betrayed by Jay-Z, now we can report a small victory (and defeat) for Gwynnie.
First the good: RadarOnline reports that G successfully wooed George Clooney away from appearing on the mag’s “Hollywood Issue” cover.
Now the bad: Gwynnie has completely lost Julia Roberts, whose relationship with Graydon have lead her to go rogue. So says an unnamed source:
“[Julia] is ignoring Gwyneth, has no problem with Graydon and is happily still committed to appear on the cover of that issue.”
The source added that this “has probably ended any chance of a friendship between the two of them,” so don’t expect to see Julia Roberts showing up to Goopy’s house to admire any hand-woven Bolivian eco-friendly coffee cozies.
Previously, Carter said that he was pressing ahead with the issue undaunted, like some sort of school bus with the words “PALTROW PUNISHER” painted on the side in blood.
Either way, it’s going to be ugly. Like, uglier than Gwynnie playing Sylvia Plath ugly. (Truth? We can’t wait.)