Paltrow slams British press for Oscar

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Gwyneth Paltrow opened up about the backlash she received after crying during her Oscars acceptance speech in 1999 and the media scrutiny she faced during that time.


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Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that the British press was "horrible" to her after she cried during her Oscars acceptance speech in 1999.

Paltrow recalls "horrible" press coverage

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The Iron Man actress also revealed that her father was battling cancer at the time and that the media was particularly aggressive towards her.

Media scrutiny during difficult time

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Paltrow felt a significant shift in public perception after her Oscars win, with the attention becoming overwhelmingly negative.

Paltrow felt the energy shift

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Gwyneth Paltrow won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in the 1998 movie Shakespeare In Love.

Actress had won Oscar for Shakespeare In Love

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Paltrow's experience with negative press taught her important lessons about how to handle scrutiny and protect herself.

Lessons learned from negative press

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Despite the challenges she has faced, Paltrow remains optimistic about the future and is grateful for the opportunities.

Positive outlook for the future

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