Angelina Jolie’s not the only member of the Brangelina bunch expecting — that is if you count the imaginary pregnancies abounding in the family. In an interview with GMTV, the actress shared her children’s “happy news.”
“Our 3-year-old and 4-year-old keep saying they have animals in their bellies,” Angie said of little Zahara and Pax. “Our daughter keeps saying that she’s got little piggies, and she has to eat brownies, because the piggies need to eat brownies. And our 4-year-old says he’s got monkeys. So it’s become fun in the house.”
As for the genuine pregnancy in the household, Angelina’s enjoying it as much as the kids are. “I’m very happy. Unlike most women, I love being pregnant. ... You just feel like everything about your body is there for your baby.”
Ali Lohan targeted by mean girlsWhile her big sis, Lindsay Lohan, knows a thing or two about “Mean Girls” onscreen, Ali learned about them in school. The soon-to-be “Living Lohan” star spoke to People about her woes.
“A little while ago ... a couple of girls in school made up a video of me and put it up on YouTube,” Ali told the magazine. “They used disgusting words. Like if my mom ever heard me say that stuff, I’d be grounded for life! ... They’re disgusting kids. I got really aggravated.”
According to Ali, once the school was made aware of the harassment, “(the students) got suspended.” Since then, the younger Lohan sibling’s moved on to home schooling, but when she reflects on the incident, she doesn’t blame her family’s fame.
“I don’t think it’s just because of my sister and who she is. I think it happens to all the other girls out there, because girls are just mean.”
Jason Bateman’s family friendsLife as a child actor changed the way Jason Bateman interacts with his family members. The actor, who got his start 26 years ago on “Little House on the Prairie,” attributes his early role as breadwinner for turning relations into little more than friends.
“I don’t think there are many people who would say that was a healthy situation,” Jason confessed to Best Life magazine. “I’m not a great brother or uncle or son for that matter. I don’t have this obligatory ‘I have to call Mom once a week,’ because we’re just buddies.”
Dish on the flyThere’s a new “Hills” feud brewing, and it’s playing out on Usmagazine.com. Earlier this week, Brody Jenner’s famous father, Bruce, told the publication he blames peer pressure for turning his son into a womanizer. “He’s been brought down by all his friends,” Bruce assured. “It’s not really him. He’s a homeboy.” Well, not surprisingly, Spencer Pratt had something to say about that. “That’s a bold statement for someone who only decided to try and be Brody’s father after Brody got famous,” Spencer said. “He should focus more on trying to be a father and worry less about Brody’s influences. Brody’s doing just fine.” … “Heroes” hottie Hayden Panettiere takes issues with Tinseltown ideals. “Beauty is an opinion, not a fact,” the actress said in a quote posted to ContactMusic. “The thing that most depresses me is Hollywood’s obsession with body image. I just don’t get it. The size 0 ideal is just ridiculous. … It’s tragic that girls feel they have to starve themselves to remain skinny.”