字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -Gwyneth Paltrow, thank you so much for coming on the show. I miss seeing you. I miss your face. How are you, bud? -I'm good. How are you? Thank you so much for having me. -Oh, please, please, please. I want to talk to you about -- There's so many things I want to talk to you about. But where's your head right now? What is the mood right now during this quarantine and this time? -Well, I actually think it is probably, in terms of, like, a season, the most impactful, most waking-up time that I've ever experienced in my lifetime. I feel like there's this -- an amazing reckoning happening on every level. And while, you know, it can feel at times very different or uncomfortable, I think it's just -- We have an opportunity here, you know, that has -- Between COVID and between everything that's going on with the amplification of Black Lives Matter, like, we have such an incredible opportunity to make big changes in the way that we live, both in small ways at home with our kids, within our four walls, and out in the world. So, you know, if you had caught me last week, I was feeling a little more overwhelmed. And this week, I feel really optimistic. -Good, I love hearing that. -How about you? -I think the same thing, too. You know, the fun thing about my show is I get to talk to people all day long, and I'm just always learning, you know, something. But the conversations have become a bit more serious compared to what I'm used to. And it's good. It's good for me. You know? It's -- It's kind of exciting to see what we can do and how we can keep the momentum going and not stop. Let's start changing stuff, and it's just, I think -- You know, it's been good. How -- How old are your kids, and how are your kids? Moses and Apple, I mean, I love them. I haven't seen them. -Oh, my God. Look at this. Look who just popped in, speaking of kids. -No! Are you kidding me? -Hi. -Look at how big he is. -Moses, how are you, buddy? You look great. -I'm good, thank you. How are you? -I'm great. I was just asking about you. I haven't seen you in so long. -That's so weird. -Yeah. -How old are you? -I'm 14. -Gosh. -I know. It goes real fast. -You were like a baby last time I saw you. We were, like, wrestling around and stuff. Oh, my gosh. -Yeah. -You look so cool, buddy. Oh, my gosh. Are you dealing with everything okay? Are you -- Being at home? -Yeah. -Yeah? -Yeah, I mean, I'm doing all that I can, trying to have some -- Trying to, like, stay happy by like, I don't know, just finding whatever is entertaining and doing it. -Are you still into music? Are you still playing and singing? -Yeah, I'm really into music. I like to do it a lot. -What instrument are you more towards now? -Right now, I'd say I'm playing guitar the most. -Yeah. -But it used to be piano for a while. And then I started doing guitar lessons again. -Ah. It's so fun, right? -Yeah, it's really fun. -We're going to have to jam out. Maybe when this thing's over, I'll find you on the beach and we'll -- -For sure. We'll be there soon. -Yeah. -See you in the dunes, bud. It's so good to see you. You look great, man. -Good to see you, too. Thank you. -Thanks for saying hi. -Oh, no problem. I'll leave you guys to -- -Thanks. We'll see you in a minute. -Bye. -Bye, bud! I can't -- Dude, what timing -- How perfect was that? -[ Laughing ] That was so weird. -Oh, I love him. That's -- -He loves you, you know. He's your fan both in real life and on TV. So, that was very cute. When I told him I was doing this today, he's like, "Can I say hi?" -[ Laughs ] Oh, I love it. You know, it's that silver lining thing where you go, I get to hang out with my kids all day long. It's unbelievable. I hope they don't forget this, you know, 'cause they're so -- -They won't. -Right? You don't think so? -No, I don't. I think this will be a really indelible time in their lives that they'll look back on. -It's making me so -- Even -- I am a pretty emotional guy anyway, but even this, I'm, like, seeing them grow. Every single day, it's something different. I'm like, "Dude, do you know what I lost?" And I'm not even kidding. I'm not making this up. I always liked the song "Let It Go," Idina Menzel, I got it. We made a bunch of jokes about it, because everyone was listening it to it. I understand, but my kids weren't really into "Frozen," and then, they're into it right now. -Wow. -And I love that song. And I'll tell you why, because we went to -- I said, "Let's go get ice cream" the other day. So I got on the mask, and we're getting in the car, and they wanted to hear "Frozen," and they were both screaming, singing it at the top of their lungs. They're 5 and 6. It's so cute, like, ♪ Let it go ♪ and they're doing the whole thing, modulating. And then I get to the ice cream place, and I forgot masks for the kids. -Oh, no. -And I look at them, I'm like, "You guys didn't -- Right, why would you -- You didn't bring masks, right? Alright, let's go back home. We'll go get masks. Then we'll get ice cream." And they just ♪ Let it go ♪ you know, all the way. -So that's where your full-on dad move actually paid off, because you got quadruple "Frozen." -Quadruple "Let It Go." Windows down. People were like, "That guy knows how to party." [ Both laugh ] Wait. So, we saw Moses. Apple is -- Don't even tell me she's turning 16, 'cause this is ridiculous. -She turned 16. She's 16. -No. That doesn't make any sense. She's driving a car? -She's driving a car. -No, no, no, no, no. -She's a good driver, too. She's really good. -Did she have one of those cars when she was a kid, those little kind of battery-powered Jeep things? -Yeah. She did. -Yeah, I think -- I never had that growing up, so I think -- And I'm an awful driver. -Neither did I. I think it's good for them to learn early. So, I mean, I always -- One time, we were on a resort in a golf cart, and I let her sit on my lap and steer and stuff like that. So she's been illegally operating motor vehicles all her life. -Yeah, that's what kids do. -So, you know, she's ready to roll. -Wow. So she's on the streets, and she knows all the rules and everything? And does she know how to park and everything? -She knows everything. She's really good, really good. I feel very confident about her driving. -Alright, tell her I want to go for, you know, when we can. I want her to take me for -- -I will. I will. That's it. With the mask on. She'll pick you guys up. -Yeah. Exactly. -Take you out. -Just do a honk, a little parade, little drive-by parade. I would love to see her. You know, you're doing so much great stuff, and I never get a chance to tell you how great you're doing. -Thank you. -But I really am a fan. You know that. But what you've done with Goop has kind of changed everything for me. I think it's brilliantly done. I didn't prepare you for this, but I wanted to show you. I've been getting into it, and I've been on the website. I've been on Goop, and I've gotten into the product. -I was wondering why you looked so handsome and glowy. -Thank you. And -- -Are you on that Goop glow, girl? [ Both laugh ] -Look at how dewy I look. Am I the dewiest person you've ever seen in your life? -You're beautiful. Yes. -Is this on your list? -Yes. That's a great mask. Barbara Sturm. She makes a really good product. -Good. I mean, can't beat that. Love that. That's the jam. Then I got into face oils. -Very good. -So I went on Goop. Did the Vintner's Daughter? -Oh, yeah, that stuff is liquid gold. That's a good one. -This is good stuff. It's a little florally... -Yeah, I hear you. -...for men. -Yep. -Again, these aren't commercials. I'm not paid to do these things. -That's right. -But then -- Then you Goop -- out-Gooped yourself. I got this jam. This is the Instant Facial? -That's -- You got to get that glow happening. Get that facial on. -That's what this glow is. -You look beautiful. -This is the Instant Facial. I go -- And you put it on for, I think it says three -- I followed the directions. I'm a good student, and three minutes, and then you take it off, and it feels like you have new skin. And I'm just doing all this -- [ Laughs ] -I love what TV stardom has done to you, Jimmy. -[ Laughs ] Has it changed me, though? -It's so good. When I first met you, you would never be doing face masks and facials. Look how progressive you are. -[ Laughs ] Thank you so much. -When I met you, you barely showered. -I wanted to impress you. You know? I wanted to show you I was doing some homework. I really was. The one thing that -- You're always kind of in the news one way or another on Goop, and the one thing that I just saw was a big thing is that you had a candle. -Oh, yeah. -And the name of the candle -- It was sold out, but the name of the candle -- -It's back in stock. You can buy it now if you want. -I don't know if I'm -- Do you think I should buy it? What is it called again? -It's called, "This Smells Like My Vagina." [ Laughs ] -No need to add notes or anything. That's the name of the -- That's the name of the candle. -Yes. -And it sold out like crazy. That is -- I think it's hilarious. -It's pretty funny. I mean, the idea was, it was sort of like a punk-rock, feminist kind of like -- And we have a new one which actually might be more for you to give to your wife.