Gwyneth Paltrow and Blythe Danner at the after-party for the film “I’ll See You In My Dreams” last week in Hollywood.
Blythe Danner tells us her daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow, is doing just fine a month after finalizing her divorce from Chris Martin — but the 72-year-old Danner, who lost her husband, Bruce, to cancer in 2002, isn’t confident she will fall in love again. “If it falls from the sky it’s nice, but I don’t believe in finding love,” Danner told Confidenti@l. “I believe one can find love again, (but) I’m not necessarily out for finding love again.”
Danner, who was promoting her new film “I’ll See You in My Dreams” at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, also assured us we don’t have to worry about Paltrow. “She’s so good,” Danner said. “She’s above the fray. I’m very proud of the way she handles herself.” Danner claimed she’s blissfully unaware of criticism targeting her Oscar-winning daughter because she stays offline. “I’m happy to say I’m a Luddite, so I don’t see any of it. Sometimes I’ll hear from someone or I’ll see something on a magazine, but I don’t want to invest myself into it,” she said. Danner’s next movie project will have her playing a woman who was very unlucky in love — Ruth Madoff.
BIG KHLOE BUST
A West Hollywood cop went from saying “cheese” with Khloe Kardashian to reading a man his rights as he put him under arrest. According to one onlooker, “The police were trying to manage the crowd and (the arrestee) kept mouthing off to them.” Our source told us that when the man blocked the youngest Kardashian sibling’s path to her car, officers slapped on the cuffs. “He deserved it,” said our one-man judge and jury on the scene.
Ayda Field and Robbie Williams have been named in a suit by a former assistant to Williams.
WILLIAMS SUIT CITES BODY OF EVIDENCE
“Let Me Entertain You” singer Robbie Williams is being sued by a former assistant who claims the crooner’s wife, Ayda Field, who’s also named in the lawsuit, “walked around in various stages of undress,” “shared details about her sex life” and “asked him to answer questions and comment on her body,” according to TMZ. The gossip site adds that a rep for Williams denied the allegations and insisted claims by the “disgruntled former employee” would be “strenuously” fought.
Scott Foley and Kerry Washington make for a steamy “Scandal.”
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Scott Foley meets Alf the service dog on Wednesday.
FOLEY VOWS BIG ‘SCANDAL’
Thursday’s season finale of “Scandal” will leave viewers in suspense, according to Scott Foley. “You have a whole summer to deal with this cliffhanger,” TV’s Jake Ballard told us at an event for Merial’s “I Heart My Dog” program for service dogs. He also told us that on Tuesday, the “Scandal” cast joined actors from “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away With Murder” for a night out that ended with a more decisive conclusion. “We had dinner and closed down this restaurant downtown, and it was great,” Foley said.
BEAUTIES ON THE DOUBLE
Certain things just go together: chocolate and peanut butter, fame and fortune, Emily Ratajkowski and Chrissy Teigen. The two superbeauties teamed up at the opening of Ian Schrager’s New York Edition hotel, which locals and travelers may want to check out.
Helen Mirren’s a work of art at Sardi’s.
MIRREN BACK IN PICTURES
Diners at Sardi’s thought they were seeing double when Helen Mirren held up a perfect caricature of herself at the storied Theater District haunt. Mirren, who’s won two Oscars and been nominated for two Tonys, signed the photo “How Bloody Brilliant to be a Broadway Broad!” Mirren is now on the boards as Queen Elizabeth in “The Audience” at the Schoenfeld Theatre.
It’s a politics and entertainment summit meeting with Gov. Cuomo and Oprah Winfrey at the Robin Hood Foundation benefit.
THE PEOPLE’S CHOICES
Oprah Winfrey and Gov. Cuomo could be appealing as running mates in 2016 — the question is, which name would top the ticket? Winfrey powwowed with the governor at the Robin Hood Foundation’s 2015 benefit at Jacob Javits Center. The event raised more than $ 100 million to aid the city’s underprivileged. That adds to nearly $ 2 billion the organization has collected during the past 25 years.
MO BRO FOR GRENIER
Apparently eight seasons on HBO still weren’t enough to tell the whole “Entourage” story. Adrian Grenier, who will star in the movie version that comes out June 3, says he’s up for more turbocharged bromance. “I think we will do a sequel and a prequel if given the opportunity,” he told Confidenti@l at the Buffalo David Bitton night out at Lord & Taylor in Midtown. “We always have to keep upping ourselves, and Vince (Grenier’s character) has to evolve.”
BON JOVI DOES EASY LISTENING
As Richie Sambora is engulfed in drama with former partner Nikki Lund, bandleader Jon Bon Jovi didn’t appear to have a care in the world while chowing down at Tao Uptown on Monday night. “He was enjoying a quiet dinner with his wife and children,” said a restaurant spy, who spotted the “It’s My Life” singer at the W. 58th St. eatery.
Model Karlie Kloss poses at the Cannes screening for “Standing Tall” on Wednesday.
Karlie Kloss, who stands 6-foot-1 without shoes, attended the “Standing Tall” premiere at the 68th Cannes Film Festival.
THEY SAID IT
“I felt tremendous responsibility when I was 12 years old and I was put on a catwalk.”
— Portia de Rossi in the docu-series “It Got Better”
“My family would only roll their eyes at an interview (if) I said something pretentious.”
— Anna Kendrick in Stylist magazine
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