Gwyneth Paltrow would never get back together with Chris Martin

Like the rest of us, Gwyneth Paltrow finds Drew Barrymore incredibly likeable.

On April 30th The Drew Barrymore Show shared a clip of the talk show host talking about the prospect of dating an ex on his official Instagram page. “None of my ex-boyfriends are interested and there is nothing,” Barrymore says in the clip. “They are all like bird carcasses. All relationships in my past are like, there’s nothing left, there’s nothing to reconsider…. It’s like vultures fly overhead and say, ‘There’s nothing to eat here! Keep it up guys!’”

The video’s caption begs the simple question, “Would you ever get back with an ex?”

Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow had just two words to say, captured in a screenshot of the Comments by Celebs Instagram account: “I’m fine.”

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While Paltrow is currently married to writer-producer Brad Falchuk, the actor has some pretty notable ex-boyfriends that not everyone would be able to dismiss easily. To name a few, Paltrow was engaged to Brad Pitt in 1996, dated Ben Affleck from 1997 to 2000, and, perhaps most notably, coined the term “conscious uncoupling” when she split from ex-husband Chris Martin in 2014. And she would never, ever, ever with any of them again.

That doesn’t mean all love is lost. Paltrow and Martin have hit it off as they co-parent their two children, 17-year-old Apple and 16-year-old Moses, and Paltrow has even given his current girlfriend Dakota Johnson her seal of approval. Back in June 2021, Paltrow referred to her ex-husband as her “brother.”

“I mean it’s funny. He was here yesterday,” she said on the first episode of Shop at Jill Martin today. “And [Apple] came through, and she’s like, you know, she’s taller than me now. [Chris and I] just looked at each other. We said, ‘How did it go by so quickly?’ He’s like my brother. You know, he’s my family.” Gwyneth Paltrow would never get back together with Chris Martin

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