Gwyneth Paltrow was humiliated by a follower on Instagram after she paid tribute to the male victims of the Orlando shooting, forgetting the women. During Coldplay's gig at London's Wembley Stadium on 18 July, the actress shared a photo on Instagram of the band's concert, where confetti was released to form a rainbow-coloured cloud in tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting.
One fan, who instantly commented on the same photo, wrote: "Because only men are gay, right?"
The actress then promptly edited her post so it now reads, "for the beautiful men and women," and the fan deleted his comment. However, the original post was screen grabbed and showed another comment which pointed out her mistake to followers.
Another fan ridiculed her for not even knowing the correct name of her ex-husband Chris Martin's song. The fan wrote: "It's Every Teardrop is a Waterfall not Every Tear is a Waterfall, Gwyneth." Coldplay are currently on their Head Full of Dreams world tour and played four concerts at Wembley this week.
Martin and Paltrow announced they were separating in March 2014, in a decision they described as a "conscious uncoupling". In April 2015 the 43-year-old actress filed for divorce which was finalised by both parties in March this year but still remain friends.