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Per it's legal disclaimer:
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So when this was uploaded to the service...
People took notice.
Responses on the site range from clever...
...and a bunch felt badly for Chris.
A bunch of people reacted like this:
This recent posting might not have been interesting if an "epic bombshell" of a piece on Paltrow wasn't just axed at Vanity Fair.
Or maybe if they didn't look so absolutely miserable sitting next to each other at the Golden Globes.
At any rate, in case you were wondering — and you probably were — this is what "entertainment lawyer Kevin Yorn" looks like:
And now you know.
You may now proceed wildly speculating about the relationships of these rich and famous people.