Gwyneth Paltrow is People magazine's 2013 Most Beautiful Woman.
I can tell you that the Salma Hayek fan club isn't pleased this morning.
The list also includes Kerry Washington, Amanda Seyfried, Zooey Deschanel, Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lawrence, Kelly Rowland, Halle Berry, Drew Barrymore, Pink. The entire list will be published in the new People magazine, which hits newsstands Friday.
People.com published the usual fawning story about how Paltrow just feels like a normal girl ... you know, if normal girls name their kids Apple and Moses, marry British rock stars and conduct press conferences in flawless French.
Anyway, back to the fawning. Paltrow said her kids, Apple, 8, and Moses, 7, don't see her as anything but mom.
"Around the house, I'm in jeans and a T-shirt. I don't really wear makeup. That's what they're used to," she said. Talking about her husband, Coldplay singer Chris Martin, Paltrow said "He'll make a joke about it. If I've gotten fully dressed up, he'll be like, 'Oh, wow! You're Gwyneth Paltrow!' Because he's used to seeing me in like baggy shorts and frizzy hair."
How terribly normal of her.
Paltrow is obviously a busy most beautiful woman. Her second cookbook "It's All Good," debuting at No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list and her next film, "Iron Man 3," hits theaters on May 3, Paltrow credits her workout routine for keeping her looking youthful and less tired.
"It makes me look younger and feel strong," said Paltrow, who allegedly does something called the Tracy Anderson Method five days a week. "When I first started, I thought, 'I'll never be good at this. This is a nightmare!' But now it's like brushing my teeth, I just do it."
Right. Like it's the most normal thing in the world.
Paltrow said she wants to instill a good body image in both her kids, especially now that her daughter is starting to become interested in things like makeup. "When we're home sometimes, she'll put on mascara. And sometimes I'll let her wear something out to dinner — but just a little dab," she said.
"Also having a father who adores you the way that he adores her is very good for your body image. The more we can love her and let her be who she is, the more confident she'll feel."