Angelina Jolie is still a 'bad girl' 

click to enlarge Wild one: Brad Pitt says Angelina Jolie is “delightfully” bad. - GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO
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  • Wild one: Brad Pitt says Angelina Jolie is “delightfully” bad.

Lately we feel like it’s déjà vu all over again whenever Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt give an interview. But during an appearance on “CBS This Morning,” the Oscar nominee let slip a rather titillating tidbit.

Sure, there were plenty of his usual sound bites — like, work is “not as important as family,” and his six kids “pack their own bags” for international travel. Ho-hum.

But then he was asked about reformed wild child Angelina Jolie, saying she’s still a bad girl when she’s alone with Brad.

The “Moneyball” star affirmed, “She’s still a bad girl. Delightfully so.” Oh, really!

But just when our curiosity was piqued, he added, “It’s not for public consumption.”

Oh, come on, Brad, you can’t tease us like that!

Bangkok Nights

They already took in Paris together, and now ridiculously hot couple Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are continuing their romantic world tour. The actress reportedly made a visit to her boyfriend in Bangkok, where he’s filming a movie.

“They walked hand-in-hand to dinner at Japanese restaurant Nippon Kai on Feb. 2,” a gawker relayed to Life&Style. “They were very quiet and everyone left them alone. And in person, Eva is even more beautiful!”

The following night, the pair attended a film with someone who struck a second onlooker as possibly being a translator.

“They didn’t try to hide themselves,” said the source. “Ryan was wearing a T-shirt and jeans while Eva wore a white dress.”

Perhaps enjoying the paparazzi-free scene, the “Crazy, Stupid, Love” star and the sultry starlet visited a local bar on another night. “They just walked right in without making a scene,” said a third observer. “Eva sipped Red Bull while Ryan drank tequila.”

“They were talking about documentaries!” yet another of the tabloid’s many spies on the ground offered.

Whoa. With the ability to conduct this microscopic level of surveillance in a faraway country, we’re thinking Life&Style needs to join forces with the CIA. Hey, for all we know, they already have! (Uh-oh ... hope we haven’t
inadvertently said too much.)

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