A headline in the UK Sun that read “Curry In Surrey” informed me that Brad and Angelina spent almost $4,000 on curry and booze at a London restaurant. A source at the Mogul in Bagshot curry house in Surrey said“There were five friends and two of their bodyguards there and they ordered a mountain of food and booze. It might seem hard to believe that they ran up a bill of nearly £3,000 at a normal curry house but they are really generous and extravagant.”
Generous and extravagant indeed. We wonder if we had that much money if we would take our friends out for dinner. Maybe so. But for $4,000 worth of curry? Definitely not. I mean, Brangelina, you could have just donated it to us. We need new computers. Click through to see more ridiculously expensive items celebs have burned their money on.
Angelina Jolie may just be the best gift-giver in Hollywood. Last year, she gave fiance and baby daddy Brad Pitt a freaking waterfall for Christmas. It had never occurred to me to want a waterfall before, but now I do. I’m not sure how much a waterfall costs, but I imagine it costs less than the $1.6 millllllion Jolie just spent on a helicopter she gave Pitt for no other reason than being hot and awesome and hers. I wonder what she’ll give him next? A private island? His own space shuttle? His own planet? [Newser]
Celebrities are famous for their lavish spending habits. When it comes to holidays and birthdays, most of them — like Jolie — spare no expense for their famous friends and loved ones. From Mediterranean cruise tickets to a Rolls-Royce Phantom, here’s a glimpse at the other luxurious gifts that celebrities have showered upon their friends, family, and employees.
Angelina Jolie stepped out for the first time since announcing her engagement yesterday — where her smile was almost as big as her ring!
The actress was spotted at the Roosevelt Hotel, where she had a huge grin across her face as she waved to photographers and fans while leaving. And Jolie didn’t even try to hide her new diamond sparkler, which Brad Pitt took over a year to design with jeweler Robert Procop. Read more…