Jul 22, 2016 08:03 AM EDT
Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About What Pal Mario Batali Thinks About Her Exes Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck
The American actress Gwyneth Paltrow has a long list of A-list ex-boyfriends, but some were more popular with friends than others.
While Paltrow was co-hosting a Goop and Cadillac "Road to Table" dinner with the American chef Mario Batali (her longtime friend) at his latest New York City restaurant, La Sirena, the "Country Strong" actress and Goop founder stated to the crowd that the distinguished chef has some opinions on the actress' past romances.
Paltrow stated that Batali was just teasing her about every boyfriend she brought to Babbo over the years. Batali liked Brad Pitt, but he did not feel that much with Ben Affleck, according to Vanity Fair.
The 43-year Paltrow seemingly offered no feedback on Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin, or producer Brad Falchuk, whom the actress has been linked to recently, based on the report of PEOPLE.
As the discussion went further, Paltrow stayed friendly with the father of her kids, she even supported Martin as Coldplay had a gig in Scotland last month. Paltrow and Martin finalized their divorce just last week.
However, aside from exposing Batali's preferences with her previous boyfriends, Paltrow also admitted that she indulge in watching some creepy TV shows, which includes the Netflix TV series "Marcella" and American-British television miniseries "The Night Manager." Where Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift's boyfriend earned an Emmy nomination from "The Night Manager."
Paltrow stated that she also love to watch murder shows like HBO's mini series "The Night Of," 9 News reported.
In addition, Paltrow doesn't just reserve talking about her past relationships. The actress got candid when talking about Pitt in 2015. But, when it comes to Affleck, Paltrow looked back with a little less affection on their three-year relationship.
In the late '90s, Paltrow dated Affleck after meeting at a party hosted by studio executive Harvey Weinstein. And Gwyneth asserted that the actor's parents were not in favor of their relationship.
Here's a video of Paltrow's candid admission about her divorce from Martin:
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