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Brangelina just had twins and the magazine covers of OK! and Star are at it again, claiming that Brad’s ex, Jennifer Aniston, is desperate to not be far behind on the procreation bandwagon. While Aniston’s rep denied the rumor today, we still find the story to be pretty messed up. First of all, Jennifer went from being America’s Sweetheart to America’s #1 Cougar in the span of just a few years. And sure, she’s headed straight for the big 4-0, but we didn’t see anyone flinch when 50-something bachelor George Clooney went monogamous with Sarah Larson a few months ago (albeit just for a bit). No one was putting him on the cover of their trash mag claiming he wanted to settle down and spawn. Not every lady’s biological clock is ticking.
By now you’ve probably heard that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have asked Bono to be godfather to their twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline. And that Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Pete Wentz are considering John Mayer for godfather of their unborn child. I’ve never really thought about famous godparents probably because I’ve never really had a great relationship with my own godparents, except for my late Uncle Eddie. However, when this news broke, we at The Frisky decided to research other famous godparents and realized some of these relationships are really surprising. Keep reading »
I’ve never cheated on anybody, so you won’t have anybody coming out the woodwork saying that I have. Instead of worrying about career damage, I’ve dated women. All I’ve ever done was decided that I fancied somebody, and said, “Would you like to go out and get a meal somewhere?” And done so in a social setting, where other people can see you. And then maybe “Would you like to go have another meal?” Maybe did that a few times. And then, when I realized that I didn’t wanna wrong anybody by continuing, said, “I’d rather be a great friend to you than a bad boyfriend.” I swear to God, I have a really good track record! — John Mayer on being an honest man [The Telegraph, U.K.] Keep reading »