I Love This Almost Certainly Untrue Rumor About Why Angelina Jolie Didn't Attend the Royal Wedding

I was going to make the lead story in this morning’s Dirt Bag about Roseanne begging “like 40 motherfuckers” at ABC to not cancel her show, but then I realized, Bob, it’s Friday, and that’s no fun. So, because we could all use a reprieve from this endless cycle of news about a “racist idiot,” let’s begin with…

An NFL Player's Online Harvey Fundraiser Is Going Viral, And the Celebrities Are Helping 

Yesss put down your DraftKings app, Jezebel readers (jk, jk). NFL player J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans started an online fundraiser last Sunday for Hurricane Harvey victims with a modest $200,000 goal and has now reached $17.5 million [UPDATE 15 minutes later: $17.8 million]. To put that number in perspective, an…

Brad Pitt Allegedly Told His and Angelina's Interior Designer to 'Follow Your Artistic Journey,' Then Didn't Pay Her

When Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie spotted their dream château near Aix-en-Provance whilst flying over the French countryside in a helicopter nearly a decade ago, they had no way of knowing their thoroughly charmed bliss would be rudely interrupted by a lawsuit. I mean, sure, they could have just paid the interior…

Vanity Fair Stands by Its Description of Angelina Jolie's Audition Process, Publishes Interview Transcript

Vanity Fair published an article on Thursday defending Evgenia Perez, who wrote this month’s cover story on Angelina Jolie, a profile that included an upsetting anecdote about a method Jolie used to cast her Cambodian children for her upcoming film First They Killed My Father. In the original article, the story read…

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Will Brad and Angie Seek Refunds on the Matching Tattoos They Got to ‘Bind’ Them Together?

While filming First They Killed My Father in Cambodia just over a year ago, Angelina Jolie called her famous “ex-Thai monk”/tattoo artist friend, Ajarn Noo Kanpai, in from Bangkok and asked him to tattoo both her and Brad Pitt in the same ink, with a “traditional, and painful, handheld method” meant to bind them…