Gwyneth Paltrow, founder of lifestyle brand Goop, has revealed her exit plan for the company. In an interview with Bustle to promote her new skincare line good.clean.goop, Paltrow mentioned the possibility of disappearing once Goop is sold.
When discussing turning 50, the interviewer suggested that Paltrow may be the one to teach others how to gracefully approach their 70s and 80s. To this, Paltrow jokingly replied, “I might just disappear, and no one will ever see me again.” This idea of disappearing resurfaced when Paltrow was asked who would buy Goop and make her hundreds of millions of dollars. Paltrow admitted that she has no idea who would buy the company, adding that they are not ready to sell yet.
The interviewer then suggested that Paltrow might make a dramatic exit on her 55th birthday. Paltrow responded, “I will literally disappear from public life. No one will ever see me again.” Whether Paltrow was being serious or just speaking figuratively, it remains to be seen.
Goop is known for its controversial products and wellness advice, often garnering criticism from skeptics. Paltrow herself has faced backlash for promoting products and practices that have been widely disputed by experts. Despite the controversies, Goop has amassed a dedicated following and has expanded to include various product lines.
Only time will tell what the future holds for Goop and whether Paltrow will truly disappear from public life. As Paltrow continues to navigate the world of entrepreneurship and celebrity, her exit plan remains a mystery. Whether she eventually sells Goop or decides to step away from the spotlight, Paltrow’s next move will undoubtedly be an interesting one to watch.