Wellington: Vanity Fair's editor has slammed Gwyneth Platrow by saying that her demands couldn't have been matched by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Gwyneth Platrow. Pic/Santa Banta
Graydon Carter opened up about the rumors surrounding the supposed fall-out between the 'Shallow Hal' star and his magazine and said that people tend to have passionate opinions of her, Stuff.co.nz reported.
He said that it began innocently but quickly took a sour turn and when the story was assigned, the writer reached out to Paltrow's representatives and friends, who she had instructed to not say anything for the article.
Carter added that even Kim Jong-un couldn''t have issued a more 'blanket demand'.
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