Gwyneth Paltrow spills the beans on her A-lister exes Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck revealing who was ‘better in bed’ and who was the ‘best kisser’

Gwyneth Paltrow has compared her two A-lister exes Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck – revealing Affleck was ‘technically better in bed but Pitt edges it as the better actor.

The actress, 50, was put on the spot in a podcast interview with Alex Cooper called Call Her Daddy.

She dated Brad from 1994 but they broke off their engagement in 1997 because at aged 24, she felt she was too young for marriage. She went on to had a three-year relationship with Ben. 

Giving a series of frank answers, Gwyneth answered who was best in the bedroom, saying: ‘That’s really hard.

‘Because Brad was like the major chemistry love of your life at the time. And then Ben was like technically excellent.

Raising eyebrows! Gwyneth Paltrow has compared her A-lister exes Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck in a new podcast, revealing Ben was ‘technically better in bed’ but Pitt is the ‘better actor’ (pictured with Brad in 1997)

She said: ‘Because Brad was like the major chemistry love of your life at the time. And then Ben was like technically excellent. (Gwyneth and Ben, 49, dated from 1997 to 2000. Seen in 1999)

‘I can’t believe my daughter’s listening to this.’

Asked who she regarded as the better actor of the two, she said: ‘They’re both so talented. And Ben is a great writer and director. 

‘But I guess I would probably have to say acting alone, Brad. Because if you think of all the different roles that he’s done.’

Gwyneth also spilled the beans to a series of other comparison questions such as who had better style?

‘Probably Brad,’ she said. 

‘Who was more romantic?’


‘Who was more likely to make you laugh?’


‘Who are you more likely to get into an argument with?’


‘Who was more high maintenance?’

‘I’m not sure I would characterise either of them as high maintenance.’

‘Who cared more about their appearance?’

‘I’m not sure. I feel like neither of them were very vain like that. I’m not attracted to guys who are like looking in the mirror the whole time. 

‘Although Ben did like have like a mirror face that he would throw at the mirror. I think he was joking though.’

‘Who was the better kisser?’

‘They were both good kissers.’

The actress recently said she is still in contact with Brad and that they still love one another. 

The way they were: Brad and his ex-fiancé Gwyneth still have a lot of love for each other 25 years after they split in 1997 following a three-year courtship

In the past: Brad with ex-wife Jennifer Aniston (left, in 2004) and with Angelina Jolie (right, in 2014) 

History: Gwyneth with first husband Chris Martin (left in 2003) and her current husband Brad Falchuk (right in 2019)

Love on set: Ben went on to date Lopez after they met on the set of their 2002 film Gigli. Pictured in 2002

Exes: In 2005, he married his Daredevil costar Jennifer Garner, 50, with whom he shares three children: Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Samuel, 10. Seen in 2013

Meant to be: Jennifer and Ben reunited and went on to marry one another in November 2022

She told Entertainment Tonight in October: ‘When we first broke up, we weren’t friends for a while.

‘And then we sort of found our way back, probably about 18 or 19 years ago, something like that, and then just kind of stayed in touch over the years.

‘I adore him,’ Paltrow said. ‘He’s an amazing person, and he’s a great entrepreneur, and such a creative, and such a good person. I really love him. I’m a big fan.’ 

Gwyneth went onto marry Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, who she was married to for 13 years, before ‘consciously uncoupling.’ 

They had children Apple, 18, and Moses, 17 together. 

Gwyneth is now married to producer Brad Falchuk, who she tied the knot with in the Hamptons back in 2018. 

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez married in November but first dated and got engaged to one another 20 years ago before splitting. 

And Brad Pitt is happily dating after his marriage to second wife Angelina Jolie ended in 2019 after five years of marriage.

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