Seven years after the most talked about affair in Tinseltown, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have confirmed they are indeed engaged and – although it might be hailed the most anticipated celebrity wedding of all time – there is one celebrity who doesn’t care to hear any of the details.
Brad’s ex-wife Jennifer Aniston has been rumored to still have feelings for the actor over the years, but it seems to not be the case anymore.
Upon learning about the engagement, an Aniston pal assured E! News, “She doesn’t care. She really doesn’t. She’s happy with Justin [Theroux]. She’ll probably marry him. She’s moved on. People don’t want to believe it, but she has.”
Aniston was reportedly at home when she found out Brangelina are set to wed, as another source revealed, “She was happy and hanging out with her man”.
It seems the 43-year-old actress has really been enjoying her year long relationship with Theroux, and she recently opened up about their relationship, telling Australia’s Marie Claire, “He’s a protector, for sure, he’s just a good human being, and so funny.”
Among the many stars geared up for a wild weekend, Katy Perry was busy readying for the trip to Indio, CA for Coachella yesterday (April 13).
The “Fireworks” singer braved the wet conditions in Los Angeles as she waited for her helping hands to load up her tour bus with beer and snacks before hopping aboard and setting off for the Empire Polo Club.
The trip to Coachella comes just after Katy spoke with The Sun, during which she was asked to share her feelings about her failed marriage with Russell Brand.
Not holding back, Miss Perry bluntly replied, “I’d like to use a time machine and go back to a specific date, please.”
Also commenting on her plans for her next album, the 27-year-old said, “My music is about to get real fucking dark. You’d never see my face because my hair would be in it.”
It’s no secret that 2011 was an interesting year for Charlie Sheen, but the former “Two and a Half Men” star says it’s all in the past.
Sheen told the TCA press, “I’m not crazy any more. That was an episode. I think I’m a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality.”
And he’s pumped about his new FX show “Anger Management.” “I’ve been at this 30 years. It’s nice to be in a situation where the people I’m working with are excited about my input. That wasn’t the case for a long time.”
These days, Charlie is more family-focused. “I’ve been spending a lot of time with the kids, a lot of time with the family and I’m getting back into work mode. I’m a single guy hanging out with my children.”
When asked about his feelings regarding his replacement on “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie noted, “It was a little bizarre to watch your own funeral. It was a little mean-spirited. But it’s dead and buried now, right?”