"The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon and Gwyneth Paltrow try out Goop's new skin cream. InStyle reported that the "Iron Man" actress has launched her new skin-care line, Goop by Juice Beauty. Her latest collection consists of six all-natural products. She made a guest appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "The Tonight Show" to showcase her line.
"All of the preservatives are food-grade preservatives, organic food-grade, so I mean, you could eat it, technically, if you wanted to," the actress told "The Tonight Show" host.
Moreover, Jimmy Fallon already has a pack of McDonalds fries on hand. The two celebrities dipped the fries into the all-natural cream and actually ate it.
"Not bad. Better on your face probably," Fallon commented. "Somewhere between ranch and bath soap," Gwyneth Paltrow said of the taste.
According to People, the lifestyle guru worked non-stop on her new skin-care line for 13 months. She also admitted that she constantly had a back and forth with the chemists.
"I couldn't find products that were luxurious and really effective and helped with you know wrinkles and all that, that were organic," Paltrow said. "So I'm very into healthy food and wellness and I think this is an extension of trying to eat well."
Aside from eating moisturizer, "The Tonight Show" host and Gwyneth Paltrow also played the "First Textual Experience" game. EW reported that the duo had to sing text exchanges from potential love interests.
One message opened with Lionel Richie's "Hello," which did not go well. Another conversation ended with an abrupt "SERVICE 404 ERROR."
It was previously reported that "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon played "Pyramid" with Nathan Lane and Keri Russell. The game had each team give clues to their partners in order to guess a category's word or phrase correctly.
"The Tonight Show" host and Lane, "Hakuna Matata," got movie catchphrases as their first category. The actor had a difficult time and failed to guess "Titanic" and "Forrest Gump."