Saturday, January 10, 2009

Now it's Brad Pitt's turn talking

First Jolie said blah, blah, blah.
Then Aniston said blah, blah, blah.
Now Pitt is saying blah, blah on.
In February's W magazine, Brad Pitt defends Angelina Jolie, insisting she didn't bust up his marriage to Jennifer Aniston.

Aniston had previously told Vogue that she thought it was "uncool" of Jolie to tell The New York Times that she fell in love with Pitt while filming 2005's Mr. and Mrs. Smith -- when Aniston was still wed the actor.

But Pitt says, "What people don't understand is that we filmed for a year. We were still filming after Jen and I split up.
"Even then it doesn't mean that there was some kind of dastardly affair. There wasn't," he says in the magazine's annual "A-list" issue. "I'm very proud of the way that it was handled. It was respectful. [The film] will mean something to our kids. It will, that's all."
Meanwhile, Pitt says he is still on friendly terms with Aniston.

"Listen, man, Jen is a sweetheart," Pitt says. "I think she got dragged into that one [saying Jolie was "uncool"], and then there's a second round to all that Angie versus Jen. It's so created.

"We still check in with each other," he continues. "She was a big part of my life, and me hers. I don't see how there cannot be [that]. That's life, man. That's life."
Pitt also sounds off on his family, thanking them for helping him give up a bad habit.
"I quit smoking. That was the only thing that got me to quit," he says. "That was it. Done.”

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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Alyssa Milano is engaged

Alyssa Milano and Dave Bugliari at Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures present the Los Angeles Premiere of YES MAN on December 17, 2008.Alex J. Berliner/Berliner Studio/BEImages

Alyssa Milano is getting hitched.
I knew her from her "Who's The Boss" days! And I always thought she was such a beauty.

The 36-year-old actress and CAA agent David Bugliari got engaged on Dec. 18, her rep tells
A wedding date has not been announced.

The two dated for more than a year.
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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

A year end of celebrity breakups...

Just in the last few weeks before the year end, there have just been many news of celebrity break-ups. It is sad but that's love in Tinseltown. Here are some of the latest break-ups.

CSI star Marg Helgenberger has separated from her husband of nearly 20 years, actor Alan Rosenberg. "After 19 years of marriage, Marg and Alan have decided to take some time apart," the actress's rep told PEOPLE on Monday. "They love and respect each other and remain committed to their family." Helgenberger, 50, and Rosenberg, 57, have an 18-year-old son.

Kate Walsh (star of Private Practice) and her husband, Alex Young, are divorcing. According to court papers obtained by PEOPLE, Young, 37, petitioned for a divorce, citing irreconcilable differences in his Nov. 22 filing. "The couple remain on friendly terms and sincerely hope the media will respect their privacy during this difficult time," the pair said in a statement Thursday. Kate Walsh, 41, wed Young – a production co-president at 20th Century Fox – on Sept. 1, 2007, in the town of Ojai, just north of Los Angeles, after becoming engaged in May.In October 2007, Walsh, then a newlywed, talked openly about their whirlwind relationship, telling Ellen DeGeneres on her show, "There was this kind of funny moment, after we were like we're married and all of the hoopla was over and we were like, 'What do we do now?' " "We're married," she said at the time. "Alright, I guess we just live and love and learn from each other."

Ivana Trump has separated from her fourth husband, Rossano Rubicondi, the Associated Press reports. Trump, 59, issued a statement announcing her split from her 36-year-old Italian entrepreneur husband, whom she married in April. According to her statement, Trump filed for legal separation three months ago but never went public because she did not want it to interfere with Rubicondi's participation on the Italian edition of Survivor.

Amy Winehouse's husband says he wants out of their marriage – for her sake. "I have to let her go to save her life," I am not abandoning her. I am doing this out of love." During the interview with the News of the World, Fielder-Civil also admits that he "introduced" the 25-year-old Winehouse to crack and heroin. The former video production assistant – who wed Winehouse in 2007 – denies being after the singer's money and says he will not "fight her for anything." Winehouse's U.K. spokesman, Chris Goodman, says he is unaware of anything formal underway to end the marriage.

Dylan McDermott of TV's The Practice finalized his divorce from his wife of nearly 13 years on Tuesday, court papers show. The 47-year-old actor filed for divorce from Shiva Rose, 39, last summer, citing irreconcilable differences. While the judge signed off on the split, McDermott doesn't become officially single until Jan. 2 after the legally required six-month waiting period. The L.A. Superior Court papers don't reveal the custody status of the pair's two daughters, ages 12 and 3.

Jennifer Love Hewitt just broke up with her fiance Ross McCall. They called it quits over the Christmas and New Year holidays. Hewitt, 29, got engaged to the Scottish actor, 32, in November 2007 after dating for two years.