The Brad and Jennifer and Angelina romance juggernaut has been chugging along for so long now, we were pretty certain that nobody in the entire universe – apart from maybe a few crosseyed inbreds with nothing better to do – gave half a toss about what they were up to.
How wrong we were. As the Pitt/Aniston divorce approaches, Jennifer’s decided that she’s got enough time in her busy schedule to tearfully lash out at her soon to be ex-husband in a TV interview.
Up until now, Brad Pitt (DVDs) has been the centre of post-split attention.
There were the photos of Brad and Angelina Jolie (DVDs) on the beach, the
60-page magazine photo spread where they dressed as husband and wife,
the stories of loud hotel sex in Africa, the seemingly joint adoption
of an Ethiopian girl and, perhaps most controversially of all, a trip
to a dinosaur museum.
All of this means that poor Jennifer Aniston (DVDs) has been a bit
sidelined, attention-wise. She’s done her best to destroy any notion of a dignified silence – she’s already given an interview to
Vanity Fair magazine where she rattled on about "pity parties" and how
she was so sad she’d go and scream at the sea.
But that’s not enough for Jennifer. A source told The Mirror that
"She’s spoken about the split to a magazine but feels she can explain
her side of the story better on TV." And, you know, crying like a
victim looks so much better on TV than in print, doesn’t it?
Celebrity interviewer Diane Sawyer will apparently conduct the
interview/televised pity party. A broadcast date has not been set.
But don’t think that’s all the Brad’n’Angie’n’Jen news for today…
Brad Pitt’s parents have reportedly warned his son that, although
they think Angelina Jolie is quite nice, they also think that she’s an
evil marriage destroyer from the fiery bowels of hell. Or something.
And also, there’s apparently a great big abandoned wedding picture of Brad
and Jennifer hanging on a wall in their old LA home that neither of
them wanted because it’s "too heartbreaking" for them to look at. Brad,
Jen – if you’re reading – we have one word for you: eBay.
[story by Stuart Heritage]