Gwyneth Paltrow is revealing all sorts of interesting facts about her life and her company in her new Netflix series, and one of those things is she experimented with ecstasy with her now-husband Brad Falchuk.
The shocking admission came in the first episode of Paltrow's new series 'The Goop Lab' which follows the actress and her staff through many of the companies practices.
Gwyneth hosts the series and takes the audience through several experiences including a group of Goop staff members traveling to Jamaica and taking magic mushrooms during a therapy session.
Taking MDMA In Mexico...
During one of the discussions, Paltrow shared she once took MDMA (the active chemical in Ecstasy) in Mexico with her then-boyfriend, Brad who is now her husband.
"It was a very, very emotional experience," the actress said. "Being the person that people perceive me to be is inherently traumatic."
The six-episode series which premiered today will cover energy healing, psychedelics, cold therapy, psychic mediums, anti-aging, and even orgasms according to the streaming service.
But, the show isn't just a bunch of people going out to beach somewhere to party, it will feature doctors and medical experts in the respective fields to discuss each topic.
Goop's Vagina Candle
The actress made headlines earlier this week after her company Goop began selling a candle with the name, "This Smells Like My Vagina."
According to the company, the vagina candle is a "funny, gorgeous, sexy, and beautifully unexpected scent" with "cedar, geranium, citrusy bergamot, Damask rose and ambrette seed that puts owners and their guests in the mind state of fantasy, seduction, and a sophisticated warmth."
To get a smell of this special candle you will have to shell out a cool $75!
How In The World Did That Become A Candle?!
How in the world did they come up with this name you ask? Well... According to People, the actress and a person who works with her on perfumes were sitting around smelling fragrances and she yelled out, â€œUhhh..this smells like a vagina!"
It didn't make it into a bottle of perfume, but it did become a candle scent, and the rest is history.
Goop's Netflix show is now streaming on the platform, and it seems this is going to be a very interesting Friday night Netflix and chill.