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Gwyneth Paltrow’s new Netflix series The Goop Lab features exorcisms, psychics and group orgasms

A TRAILER for Gwyneth Paltrow’s upcoming Netflix series has been released - and fans can expect exorcisms and group orgasms. 

The Goop Lab, launching on January 24, is a six-episode show where the 47-year-old actress will explore various wellness practices from the wacky to the sexual. 

A new trailer has been released for Gwyneth Paltrow's The Goop Lab
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A new trailer has been released for Gwyneth Paltrow's The Goop LabCredit: Netflix

In one clip, Gwyneth speaks to a specialist who runs workshops where “everyone gets off.”

The mum-of-two grins: “What the f–k are you doing to people? Naked in a room with a bunch of women? I don’t know if I have the guts.”

The Iron Man star, who stunned at last night’s Golden Globes in a see-through dress, also teases an experience with a psychic. 

In the footage, the spiritual guru reveals a secret that not even Gwyneth’s husband Brad Falchuk knew. 

The actress will explore various wellness practices from the wacky to the sexual
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The actress will explore various wellness practices from the wacky to the sexualCredit: Netflix
In the trailer, Goop's CCO Elise Loehnen has an 'exorcism' to which Gwyneth responds 'oh wow'
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In the trailer, Goop's CCO Elise Loehnen has an 'exorcism' to which Gwyneth responds 'oh wow'Credit: Netflix
The six-part series also explores the benefits of psychedelics for mental health
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The six-part series also explores the benefits of psychedelics for mental healthCredit: Netflix
Gwyneth and Elise's show will be released on January 24
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Gwyneth and Elise's show will be released on January 24Credit: Netflix

Other topics explored include energy healing, female pleasure and psychedelic drugs. 

The show is hosted by the Hollywood actress, who is the founder of health website Goop, and the company’s CCO, Elise Loehnen.

Elise explains in the trailer: “What we try to do at Goop is explore ideas that may seem ‘out there’ or too scary.”

Elise can be seen getting a face full of acupuncture needles
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Elise can be seen getting a face full of acupuncture needlesCredit: Netflix
The trailer shows a woman inspecting her vagina with a mirror
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The trailer shows a woman inspecting her vagina with a mirrorCredit: Netflix

Gwyneth has frequently raised eyebrows for her luxury lifestyle brand, which is now worth an estimated £190million, thanks to its unusual and intimate products. 

These have included a £65 jade eggs for your vagina and £45 bottles of fur.  

In keeping with her reputation for having a harmonious nether region, Gwyneth’s promotional images appear to show her emerging from an abstract vagina. 

And the team have even gone as far as to add the rather self-aware tagline “Reach new depths.” 

 Gwyneth stunned on the Golden Globes red carpet last night in a see-through brown tiered frock
Gwyneth stunned on the Golden Globes red carpet last night in a see-through brown tiered frock

People were quick to take to Twitter and point out the similarities to the female intimate area. 

One wrote: “Help, I’m stuck in a vagina that has been treated to a variety of gross pseudoscientific experiments!”

Another added: “This poster gives a whole new meaning to "What's in the box???"

Goop has previously come under fire for claiming that putting jade eggs in your vagina can “cultivate sexual energy, clear chi pathways in the body, intensify femininity, and invigorate our life force”.

The company has now been forced to pay a $145,000 (£112,000) settlement to settle allegations that it had made unscientific claims about the health benefits of its infamous vaginal eggs.

Dr Sarah Jarvis, GP and Clinical Director of Patient.info, told the Sun Online to be wary of sites singing the praises of jade eggs.

Goop came under fire for selling jade eggs for your vagina
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Goop came under fire for selling jade eggs for your vagina Credit: EBay

Dr Jarvis said: “There is no scientific evidence whatsoever that stones or crystals, whether held in your hand or inserted into your vagina, have any health benefits whatsoever.”

Dr Jen Gunter added in an open letter: “As for the recommendation that women sleep with a jade egg in their vaginas I would like to point out that jade is porous which could allow bacteria to get inside and so the egg could act like a fomite.”

Gwyneth Paltrow previously revealed she doesn’t live with husband Brad Falchuk and says their unconventional set up is the envy of her friends.

And the actress is flogging a £129 cannabis joint-roller on her Goop website.

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