Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are not ?back together,? despite a completely fabricated report claiming the estranged spouses are slowly rekindling their romance. Gossip Cop looked into the alleged reunion and we?ve exclusively learned the truth.
The often discredited Naughty Gossip quotes a so-called ?source? as saying, ?Angelina and Brad are back together but they are not ready to go public with the news. The divorce has been put on hold and they have been seeing each other at first just once a week. Now they are together a lot and talking on the phone several times a day.? The outlet?s questionable insider adds, ?They do love each other and now realize that not a lot of people are around who can understand them. They are meant to be together and are even stronger after the split.?
Why does anyone care about celebrities' personal lives? What do you get out of these stories? What do they add to your life? I honestly cannot imagine giving a shizz about celebrity drama. If it's not on the big screen/stage, it's none of my concern.
Multiple reasons, ranging from a sense of isolation, boredom and low self esteem to living vicariously through the lens of celebrity to offset a dismal personal existence. Lots of reasons, none of which exemplify a healthy mental condition.
Can't disagree with you, there, Prolix. I realize celebrity worship has always existed, going back to the days of Vaudeville. I just don't understand the appeal. Especially when it comes to the negative stuff...don't you have enough in your real life to worry about? Why add their turmoil to your mind?
Equally perplexing is that people who follow celebrity life as if they have a lens into their personal existence are equally gleeful at the high points in a given celebrities life as they are at the low points. They celebrate their successes and relish their failures with equal aplomb. It's definitely not healthy.
Me either. I attended a training course recently where the instructor presented some research data. Seems generational heros and the people we admire has shifted from military, astronauts and political leaders in the 50's, 60's to a blend of the aforementioned with movie stars in the 70's to almost exclusively Hollywood and rap music types now.
Prolix Raconteur --- 2 hours ago - quote Multiple reasons, ranging from a sense of isolation, boredom and low self esteem to living vicariously through the lens of celebrity to offset a dismal personal existence. Lots of reasons, none of which exemplify a healthy mental condition.