Do not be slow! Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t resist making a joke about Hailey Bieber‘s dad, Stephen BaldwinWhen the duo collaborated to create a video.
“I think I know your dad and your uncles,” the Oscar winner, 49, told the supermodel, 25, in the Wednesday, July 27, installment of Bieber’s “Who’s in My Bathroom?” series. “I did a movie with your dad, actually. It was a small, independent movie. It was 20 years ago. He was wonderful. He was so friendly. It was awesome.”
The Rhode founder joked that it would have been awkward if Paltrow “had some horror story” about her costar in 1994’s Mrs. Parker, the Vicious CircleBut the Goop entrepreneur thought of worse.
“[What] if I had, like, f–ked your dad in the bathroom,” the Sliding Doors actress quipped.
Bieber didn’t miss a beat, however, telling the It’s All Good author that she’s had that happen before. “I don’t know if he even knows that I know that,” she said, laughing. “But I have had that happen.”
Paltrow quickly clarified, saying that she was only kidding about getting intimately with the actor.Born on the Fourth July actor, 56. “I didn’t, I didn’t,” she explained. Bieber replied, “Well, that’s good to know!”
The Shakespeare in Love actress has also acted alongside Bieber’s uncle Alec Baldwin in several films, including 2001’s The Royal Tenenbaums and 2006’s Running with Scissors. (The 30 RockThe 64-year-old alum never appeared in the film, but you can hear his narration throughout the dramedy.
Paltrow later spoke with Bieber about the benefits she experienced early in her career, as the child actress. Blythe DannerBruce Paltrow, who was the late director. “As the child of somebody, you get access that other people don’t have,” the wellness guru explained. “So, the playing field is not level in that way.”
According to the California native, that initial leg up is only enough to get one so far.
“I really do feel that once your foot is in the door — which you unfairly got in — then you have to work almost twice as hard and twice as good because people are ready to pull you down and say, ‘You don’t belong there, and you’re only there because of your dad or your mom,’ or whatever the case may be,” she explained. “And it shouldn’t limit you because what I definitely believe is that nobody in the world, especially anybody that doesn’t know you, should have a negative impact on your path or the decisions that you make.”