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Work Out with Gwyneth Paltrow and Help the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

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Who wouldn’t want to work out with Gwyneth Paltrow? The woman is in great shape, always has a smile on her face and appears to be very down to earth. The Oscar-winning actress has donated an hour of her time to workout with a fan for one hour in the Hamptons if the price is right for charity.

Paltrow’s work out donation is for the Arts for Life 2011 auction that will benefit the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation which provides disadvantaged urban youth with exposure and access to the arts and offers exhibition opportunities for underrepresented artists and artists of color. The estimated value of working out with the “Country Strong” actress is $15,000 and includes a one hour work out session with her and a trainer from Tracy Anderson Method. It does not include travel or accommodations in the Hamptons.

Bidding for the work out session with Paltrow will continue through August 10 at 3:08:00 PM EDT. Bidder’s should be aware that the time of the workout is to be set up when Paltrow is available and that they may be subject to a security screening, background check, may have to sign a medical release and a confidentiality agreement before meeting up with the star.

Paltrow isn’t the only star auctioning off her time for the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation in the Arts for Life 2011 auction. Other stars to offer their time for charity include actor Edward Norton (offering a 15 minute video chat), Alec Baldwin (meet and greet on the set of 30 Rock), Justin Timberlake (meet and greet at concert of your choice), Bill Maher (meet and greet with 2 tickets to Real Time with Bill Maher in LA) and many others.

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