From News24.com Los Angeles - Angelina Jolie is reportedly furious with Brad Pitt for agreeing to star in a new movie with his former fiancée Gwyneth Paltrow. Brad and Gwyneth - who starred in Se7en together and were once Hollywood's hottest couple - have signed up to appear in new political drama Dirty Tricks, and Angelina is said to be seething with jealousy. A source told Britain's Star magazine: "She hit the roof when she found out. She seems consumed with jealousy. "Angelina did not want Brad to do the project, but he signed up for it against her wishes. She doesn't think Gwyneth has ever gotten over Brad. She even told him she will go away to France for two months when shooting starts, but Brad just told her, 'Well, if that's how you feel, go ahead.' " Tango’s Take
It’s your party—trash your dress if you want to! From incinerating gowns to re-creating scenes from Dirty Dancing for the first dance, couples are revamping the traditions of the big day. Green is the new black, after all. Here, five wedding day ideas worth their weight in candied almonds.
This may be just a case of celebrity weltschmerz, but nothing that interesting happened over the weekend. Celebs and gossip columnists must all be on celebrity vacation. It was more or less a market correction. Here we go: Usher and Tameka Foster got married. We barely have the energy to say it but, Yeah. After bailing on their wedding from the previous weekend (July 28th) they got hitched at his lawyer’s office. Rumors abound why they skipped last weekend’s wedding from failure to agree on plans to Usher’s mother disapproving of the match. Look over your shoulder one last time, that’s the past, we’re moving into the future.
From ktvu.com Is it true that blondes have more fun? Well, that depends on what your idea of fun is. Redheads have more sex than women of any other hair color, according to new research in Germany. Hamburg sex researcher, Professor Dr. Werner Habermehl, said his new study documented the sex lives of hundreds of German women and compared them by hair color, according to the Daily Mail. Habermehl said that the sex lives of redheaded women were not only more active than women with other colors of hair, but that red heads have more partners and sex more frequently than the average person. "The research shows that the fiery redhead certainly lives up to her reputation," Habermehl told the Daily Mail. He also told the paper that women who dyed their hair red from another color were signaling they were looking for a partner.
Minnesota, where I live, made national news this past week. Unfortunately. I’m sure you heard about the bridge collapsing into the Mississippi River. What an unbelievable sight. How could this happen? In Minnesota? To us?
Frank and I live in a pretty nice neighborhood. It is not considered "dangerous" --whatever that is code for--but it used to be, fifteen or twenty years ago. Back then, most of Brooklyn was, I guess. But even so, no matter where you live, the possibility of being robbed is just part of life. Of the three friends of mine whose apartments were broken into in the last year, all of them lived in neighborhoods well out of my price range. So it's fairly unsurprising that in our two-and-a-half years in our neighborhood someone has attempted to rob each of us once, except for the attempted part. See, somehow, we have had run-ins with the dumbest possible criminals and, despite being generally timid non-confrontational people, we’ve foiled two robberies. Foiled! Us!
From The New York Times By Devan Sipher IN an era of six-figure weddings when couples obsess about the band playlist and hand towels for the restrooms, one question may get short shrift: Is the person performing the wedding legally able to do so? Daniel Morales and Gwendolyn Baxter thought they knew. Their outdoor ceremony two summers ago in Farmington, Conn., was performed by a friend who had been ordained online by the Universal Life Church. Having heard of other couples who were married that way, they assumed it was legal. But Connecticut is one of a half-dozen places that do not recognize marriages performed by someone who became a minister for the sole purpose of marrying people. Such a minister “doesn’t meet the requirements of the state statutes,” said William Gerrish, a spokesman for the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Tango’s Take
A happy marriage is one in which the partner’s don’t fight and no one's unfaithful—right? Fight, cheat, whine. Just don’t hide. Diane Sollee, founder and director of the Coalition for Marriage, Family, and Couples Education, tests your relationship IQ. Beware of preconceived ideas and learn the important difference between what's and done versus effort in a relationship.