March 25th, 2011
03:46 PM ET
Weeklies cheat sheet: Brangelina's babies take the cake
We're not sure if it's our steady diet of stories about reality stars, but color us surprised to see all of the Jolie-Pitts on the cover of People.
But aside from that issue, the rest of your celebrity weeklies round-up is simply more of the same: A "Teen Mom" might be married, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian continue to exist, and Suri Cruise has an, um, interesting taste in sweets.
Until next week...
soundoff (15 Responses)
Post a comment
You must be logged in to post a comment.
About this blog
Our daily cheat-sheet for breaking celebrity news, Hollywood buzz and your pop-culture obsessions.
Thanks a lot for your time and effort to have had these things together on this web site. Emily and that i very much prized your input through the articles in certain things. I understand that you have a number of demands on your timetable so the fact that you actually took the maximum amount of time like you did to help people just like us by this article is actually highly loved.
Anyone can act! Not everyone's beautiful. It's really sad that people follow these people around watching everymove they make. What a waste of time.
Another over rated celebrity couple.Always in the news for things that arent even newsworthy. Just like Madonna, following the latest fad. Otherwise, not doing any more than the average joe, so lets lay off the stories about them. BORING!
I bet their children are happy happy little folks !
People are People. It shouldnt matter what we look like. I dont have much hair from chemo. (im funny looking) Its ok. Hopefully im still a nice person. . . or at least not too whiny : )
Brad and Angelina can adopt as many ethnic babies as they want, they're still d-bags who make terrible movies.
As opposed to the d-bag who snipes at others through anonymous posts on discussion boards.
They are just like all of the other celebrities..Just doing the next 'trendy' thing. I agree there are so many American children (0-18) that are awaiting adoption and in need of a loving family. We as Americans, need to think about them 1st. When that problem is resolved, we can think about adopting kids from other countries. Its so sad that all of our own children are basically ignored, in favor of foriegners. And really I doubt Kay/Kay/Kay is black. Dream on buddy!
@TJ....Actually Zahara's hair is NOT chemically relaxed. She's from Ethiopia and their hair texture is softer in it's curl pattern and texture.
And with six kids, I'm sure it's alot easier to just pull her hair back and call it a day. LOL!
Brad......Angelina..... you adopt a Black child. WOULD YOU PLEASE learn how to care for her hair! I heard you have nanny's. WOULD YOU PLEASE hire someone to care for her hair! "Happy Family", I guarantee you when that child sees her picture, she's like, WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE learn how to care for my hair!
@Ana...what's wrong w/her hair?? They already chemically relaxed her hair as it appears in the photo. Why does something have to be wrong with her hair? What about the other kids? I think Angelina and Brad should have let her hair be natural . But I guess the look wouldn't fit well in what society deems "good hair".
It amazes me how many people on these sites are critical of the Jolie-Pitts, who have adopted children and seem to be a very happy family. Maybe Zahara like the way her hair looks, and, until you people step up and start adopting children of ANY race, do anything for charity, and make a real attempt toward building a happy family, shut up and quit being so hateful. Zahara's hair is fine; it's her hair and if she likes it, it's none of your business!
It should be "nannies," not "nanny's."