Here’s the latest tabloid fan fiction about the supposedly ever-in-peril Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt relationship: The pair are said to have halted their wedding plans because of, you guessed it, Jennifer Aniston.
According to OK!, while Angie was absent, the couple’s oldest son Maddox stumbled on an article about Jen and asked his father about her.
“Brad didn’t realize that Angie was home, and so he basically just told Maddox the truth: that Jennifer was a woman he loved very much and was once married to,” a source allegedly told the tabloid. “But that’s when Angelina walked in.”
“Brad thought he had taken all necessary precautions and never suspected the kids would learn about his past by coming across a story about Jennifer,” the source added.
Yeah, where exactly did Maddox come across this article, when Brad and Angelina have blocked the kids from searching for their names on computers?
After a relapse into substance abuse, Tatum O’Neal has checked herself into rehab, Radar Online reports. The actress, who has struggled with cocaine and heroin addiction for years, reportedly sought treatment voluntarily.
“Tatum made the decision to voluntarily check into rehab after having a relapse about a month ago when she began using cocaine again,” an insider tells the site.
But the source has doubts about the former child star’s ability to get clean in her current program.
“Tatum is doing really, really bad at the facility she is at,” confides the source. “Tatum isn’t at a 12-step-based treatment program, and that is a huge problem because someone with Tatum’s addiction needs to be at a rehab facility like Betty Ford or Cirque Lodge which adhere to the 12-step model.”
“Tatum is essentially in denial about how bad her addiction is,” adds the insider. “Tatum is refusing to embrace the 12-step AA model to get
George Clooney tells “The Advocate” that if he is the subject of gay rumors, he really doesn’t “give a”…well, something we can’t print here.
“I think it’s funny, but the last thing you’ll ever see me do is jump up and down, saying, ‘These are lies!’ That would be unfair and unkind to my good friends in the gay community,” explains the “Descendants” star, a strong supporter of marriage equality.
“I’m not going to make it seem like being gay is a bad thing,” George declares. “My private life is private, and I’m very happy in it. Who does it hurt if someone thinks I’m gay? I’ll be long dead and there will still be people who say I was gay.”
Though he hasn’t played a gay character to date, the Oscar nominee says, “I’m certainly not avoiding it. Whether it’s about being gay or it just happens to have a gay character, if it’s a great screenplay, let’s go do it.”
Now, if his buddy Brad Pitt were to sign on to this hypothetical movie as George’s love interest, we have a feeling it would do pretty well at the box office.