Angelina Jolie covers ELLE, discusses the ‘misinterpreted’ tumult of her early 20s

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Surprise, bitch. Angelina Jolie covers the June issue of ELLE magazine. ALL OF THEM. As in, Angelina worked out a deal with ELLE to cover not just the American issue, but 20 international editions as part of her promotion for Maleficent. The editorial is called “Untamed Heart.” Angelina exclusively wears Yves Saint Laurent and all of the (black & white) photos were taken by Hedi Slimane. LEATHER. YES. I’m just including a couple of pics, but you can see the full editorial here at TFS. Here’s the ELLE preview:

Whether she’s tackling films, family, or philanthropy, Angelina Jolie has never been one for small measures. As she prepares to terrify children worldwide as Disney’s deliciously evil Maleficent (the film opens on May 30th), the actress and director works with Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane on a shoot that spotlights her stripped down, very real self for ELLE’s June cover—as well as a 16-page portfolio that will be featured in more than 20 editions of ELLE around the world.

Jolie spoke candidly with ELLE deputy editor Maggie Bullock about life with her fast-growing children (Shiloh’s got a half-pipe!), doing only the work that really matters (including the biggest passion project of her career), and why she and Brad are still passionate and “more interested in each other” than ever. In this exclusive preview, Jolie reflects on the perception of her early years in the spotlight:

The tumult of her twenties, was “misinterpreted as [me] wanting to be rebellious,” Jolie says. “And in fact it wasn’t a need to be destructive or rebellious—it’s that need to find a full voice, to push open the walls around you. You want to be free. And as you start to feel that you are being corralled into a certain life, you kind of push against it. It may come out very strange, it may be interpreted wrong, but you’re trying to find out who you are.”

What she hit upon was a deep and abiding fear “of a life half-lived,” she says. “I realized that very young—that a life where you don’t live to your full potential, or you don’t experiment, or you’re afraid, or you hesitate, or there are things you know you should do but you just don’t get around to them, is a life that I’d be miserable living, and the only way to feel that I’m on the right path is just to be true to myself, whatever that may be, and that tends to come with stepping out of something that’s maybe safe or traditional.”

The full interview can be found exclusively in ELLE’s June issue, available on the digital newsstand now, and on newsstands in select cities starting May 13, and nationwide on May 20. For more exclusive sneak peeks throughout the month follow @ELLEmagazine on Twitter and @elleusa on Instagram.

[From ELLE]

What I find annoying is that people are still bringing up Angelina’s early 20s like she was some kind of Lindsay Lohan or Charlie Sheen, like she was famously some kind of “disaster.” She wasn’t. She was wild, for sure. There were drugs involved, especially in the late 1990s. She ran off and married Billy Bob, true. But I maintain: she was no Lohan or Sheen. It was a phase that she grew out of, and people still bring it up in interview after interview. Annoying.

Also – Angelina issued a statement about the young Nigerian girls who was kidnapped by Boko Haram. Angie said in part: “The kidnapping of these young Nigerian girls is an unthinkable cruelty. Sadly, of course, there is real evil in the world. You watch the news and you see all of the people suffering and so much cruelty.”

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Photos courtesy of Hedi Slimane/ELLE.

 

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  1. Eleonor says:

    This woman doesn’t need to be airbrushed that way.

  2. Kiddo says:

    Stunning photography. She sure gives good face.

  3. Kali says:

    I can’t lie, I would murder puppies AND kittens for that bone structure.

  4. SnarkySnarkers says:

    Beautiful photos! Love that they put her in a skirt too! It just sounds like she did what a lot of us did in our 20′s. She also has a very eloquent way of putting it. I like her.

  5. VAL says:

    Pics: One word only: AMAZING!

  6. Chicagogurl says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  7. Nancy says:

    She’s fortunate she can do what she wants, when she wants. Not everyone is fortunate that way. Not everyone can hop man to man, have a bunch of kids, adopt at will, and fly around the country on private jets.

    • V4Real says:

      Actually Nancy a lot of us can hop man to man, we could have had a bunch of kids and we can adopt if we wanted to. We just chose not to do that. The only thing that’s unattainable to us is the private jet thing.

      I know you’re throwing shade at Angie and it’s perfectly fine I’m just having a bit of fun with you. You got Balls girl. :)

      • Seriously–I hate it when people imply that having six kids is SO difficult, time consuming, and just DIFFERENT from having two or three kids. I come from five kids; my mom comes from six kids. It’s not that difficult. In fact, it is a whole lot easier to have six kids with money, than it is to have them without it. And I never see the concern trolls asking after celebs who only have two or three kids–’how do they spend time with all of them?’…duh, they split the kids up, and have one on one time, as well as take them all out in a group. Just like what my family does. It’s not rocket science. It’s not like there are fifteen kids; it’s six kids.

        I seriously hate it when people act like the nannies do 99% of the parenting, just because they don’t have the normal, 2.5 kids. It is so insulting.

      • Leen says:

        Lol I know right Virgilia? I come from a family of 3, and we are considered small. On average, my family has about 4-5 kids each. Also my great-granddad has 18 kids… so there’s that.

      • Hiddles forever says:

        I come from a place where if you had two kids… It was a lot!
        Six kids would be madness…

      • @Leen
        I also hate it when they imply that Brad is trapped by having that many kids, so he HAS to stay with Angelina. First off, she did not adopt/make those babies all by herself, and nor does she parent them, all by herself. Did everyone forget that he filed to adopt the two eldest kids a few months before Angelina announced that she was pregnant? I mean, theoretically, you can trap a guy with a baby, but how do you trick him into adopting two kids that aren’t biologically his?

        Second–he can leave whenever he wants. In the end, if a guy wants to leave, he’s gonna leave–doesn’t matter how many kids you have.

        @Hiddles
        It’s only crazy if you’re all in diapers, at once. But it’s fun. I love coming home to a full house, my mom cooking, while listening to music (she blasts it really loud), everyone hanging out in the kitchen/living room, talking, or helping in the kitchen. It’s fun. My favorite times are in the summer, when we all go down to visit my grandma, and EVERYONE in the family goes to her house and hangs out. It’s loud, it’s crazy, it’s great.

        It just depends on if you put the work into raising the kids. For example, my mom never went out, until we were old enough to watch ourselves (like my older sister is eight years older than me, so my mom didn’t go out until she was about 16, and could watch us), because she felt that if she wanted to have (five) kids, then she was the one who needed to take care of them.

      • Hiddles forever says:

        @victoria coriolanus

        You speak some sense. I guess for many of my friends the need to go out and have fun is still strong after getting married and having the first child. In my friends’ circle I don’t know anybody who has two kids, let alone more.
        You remind me of all those big American families… I was really surprised to see how many children there were around when I was living in USA, me coming from a country where the birth rate has been under 0% for the last twenty years at least. You know you are rich when you can afford one kid lol

        Your mum rocks, btw!

      • Leen says:

        @Virgilia – Exactly, if Brad wanted to leave, he would have left. Especially because both Angie and Brad are wealthy beyond the average family, they could afford the best care, best custody arrangements between both of them if they really wanted to split. Not to mention, Brad always dotes on his children as well in interviews, and Angelina, so I think it’s unfair when people insinuate he’s ‘entrapped’ by all the kids.

        Plus in the beginning of their relationship, Brad early on started the procedure to adopt Maddox, even though he didn’t have to, but it’s obvious he saw himself as part of the family and in no way entrapped.

      • @Hiddles
        What country are you from?

        My mom had a bad experience when I was a baby–it was the last time she went out. She was single, and so she hired a babysitter to watch me and my twin while she went out to some club–we were still in diapers. She came back twenty minutes later, because she had forgotten something, and when she looked at me, I had a bruise on my cheek. When she asked the babysitter what happened, she said that I fell–but my mom put her thumb up to my cheek, and it was a fit. Basically, the babysitter had been squeezing my face, probably because I was crying (I have no clue)…and that was the last time that my mom left us with a babysitter. My older sister watched us, and now I’m old enough to watch my younger siblings–but my parents don’t go out much anyway.

      • wiffie says:

        @virgilia- I think maybe yeah when your kids are old enough to walk in and hang while mom’s making dinner, and visit for holidays it’s easy and fun with six kids, but I bet when there were at least 2 toddlers at one time, it was extremely hard, and your mom is just so good it looked easy. At s certain point, your eldest will be old enough to help with the younger that keep being born, but I bet the 1st 4 were tough in the beginning.

        I’m eldest of 3, where we’re from the standard normal number of children. 4 was bigger side of normal, 2 was more conservative and I thought seemed lonely. I also always thought 2 would be easy, and never put much thought into 2 kids being hard… Until I had one. Now with an 18 month old I think about keeping the same attention on my rambunctious climber/escape artist and adding a newborn that nurses every 2 hours, or even one that’s crawling and eating everything, and I suddenly have respect for anyone with more than one. I think “3 kids are as hard as 6″, rather then “6 are easy as 3″ might be more accurate. basically the same, but not. Be sure to wish your mom a happy mothers day on Sunday :)

      • @wiffie
        I’m not saying that it isn’t hard–but it’s doable. It’s what you put into it–no matter if you have two kids or ten kids. And it’s especially easier if you have help. I just take offense to the fact that some people say that they can’t/won’t be ‘real’ parents to their kids, because they have six kids, and not two or three (like most celebs). Hundreds of parents, parent six (or more) kids with a lot less time and money than Angelina and Brad do.

      • Hiddles forever says:

        @virgilia

        I was born in Italy and it is the 203rd country out of about 234 in birth rate statistics. When I was in my early 20ies, it was really weird to see someone my age getting married and having kids. All of my friends got married in their late 30ies and all of them are with one kid or none.

      • @Hiddles
        Really? My mom was engaged to an Italian guy when she was twenty-two–back in the late eighties (she’s fifty now). Her ex fiance’s best friend married a girl when she was fifteen (I’m not sure how old he was, but probably only two or three years older at most), and they’d been married for five years, with a four year old son–she said that the woman looked like Madonna.

        So I guess it’s the difference of a generation.

        Also have a Q–my mom said that Italian guys her age back then were way too dependent on their mommies. I remember she said that she asked him to do dishes once (and she had nice dishes–like china), and he nearly broke one of them, putting them into the strainer. She was pissed.

      • Judy says:

        @ wiffie. It’s not that hard. I come from a big family and I have 5 kids. I swore I wouldn’t have any but…Eight years separate oldest and youngest. When my oldest was 6 my fourth child was only a few months old and I took off with them for a road trip. We camped all over the US. It was an eight week trip. They and I had a great time.
        My mom worked and so do I. You find balance. Sometimes my kids moan about their siblings and wish they were an only child, as I sometimes did. But sometimes they also thank us for giving them a big family. Now that I’m an adult I love and appreciate my sibs. As a mom I’m sometimes stressed but so is my friend who only has two kids. She drops hers off at our house. Life is what you make it. I don’t think Angie and Brad having six is a lot. If they have the live to give I hope they adopt more. I would live to adopt but my husband won’t let me.

    • LadyRay says:

      I would say privileged, not fortunate.

      I loved what she said though, so inspiring. “I realized that very young—that a life where you don’t live to your full potential, or you don’t experiment, or you’re afraid, or you hesitate, or there are things you know you should do but you just don’t get around to them, is a life that I’d be miserable living,…”

      Struggling with this right now!!

    • Bea says:

      Your comment is not valid towards Angie since you can apply that “must be nice to…” to pretty much anyone and anything.

      If you are trying to throw shade, practice your aim.

    • Sal says:

      If you are as attractive inside and out as Angelina, as respected and as successful and rich, you could do all she does, too. Those who can, do. Those who can’t, vent jealousy and bitterness on the internet.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @virgilia, your mom may have made it look easy but I promise you it is not. I have 3 kids and it is A LOT of work. Laundry, school, extracurricular activities, breakfast, lunch, dinner, breastfeeding and changing a baby, cleaning, grocery shopping, bathing and entertaining them. I get maybe an hour to myself during the day (and that’s because I hired someone to clean and order my groceries online and have them delivered). Wait until you have children and then tell me if there is a difference between 3 and 6, because there is, a big difference. They each require individual attention and emotional nurturing and that is a difficult task with one, let alone six (which is why having the financial means to have six or more doesnt mean you should). Not trying to be snarky, just giving you the perspective of someone who lives it (and also goes to work at night while they sleep to bring in extra income for the family, because I too believe a parent should spend their time caring for a child, and not pawn them off on sitters).

      • Tapioca says:

        “Those who can, do”? Don’t you mean, “Those born in the 1% with bonus looks and Hollywood connections, do?”

        Come now, let’s not pretend she worked her way up from the gutter and wasn’t born on third base!

      • V4Real says:

        @Tapioca Aha and Balls…..

      • @Tapioca
        I’m not denying that she didn’t have a famous father–but I’m not sure he helped her out, as much as she helped him out. From what I understand, he hadn’t worked in years, because he was known as ‘difficult’, and turned down a lot of roles (and apparently still owed her mom child support when she died)–Angelina was the one who got him the role in Tomb Raider as her dad. But yes–being the daughter of Jon Voight helped at first, and then she carried herself all the way through. Notice that people never ask her if she’s ever had to get out from under the shadow of her father. She’s a star, on her own terms, for better or worse.

    • Aurora says:

      “Hop from man to man” – another lie bitter hens perpetuate. She’s been with Brad for almost ten years now. Some girls hop from man to man, but it sure ain’t Angie. You people need to update your bitter barbs.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Aurora, who wrote: “Hop from man to man” – another lie bitter hens perpetuate. She’s been with Brad for almost ten years now. Some girls hop from man to man, but it sure ain’t Angie. You people need to update your bitter barbs.”

        LOL! ‘Bitter Barbs’ … I like it! It also works wells as a Double Entendre, doesn’t it? :)

        I agree with you. Angie hasn’t hopped from ‘man to man’ in the past 10 years. In fact, haven’t all of her ‘serious’ relationships ended in marriage?

  8. CharlotteS says:

    She looks absolutely amazing in this shoot.

  9. TG says:

    I am happy that she is bringing focus to the kidnapped girls in Nigeria. The media is finally putting focus on this issue. This is why I admire The Jolie.

  10. daisyfly says:

    I could stare at her face all day.

  11. Jen says:

    Holy crap that second picture needs some photoshop to ADD weight to her arm.

  12. luna says:

    She’s absolutely stunning.

  13. lower-case deb says:

    i thought the Boko Haram statement was pArt of her answer during her interview at the French premiere, iirc, she was asked about Maleficent’s oft-quoted “there’s evil in this world” and the Nigerian kidnapping.

    she also said that it’s because the Boko Haram group thought they could get away with it without having to account for their actions (impunity?) that they’re doing all this crimes.

    i forgot the exact sentences, i tried to listen to the english under the french dubbing in a youtube video

  14. mkyarwood says:

    I’m glad she brought up the Nigerian Nightmare. Interesting how the US is just now, finally, mobilizing an effort to recover the girls after ‘Islamic Extremist Group’ came up. I hope the effort has a chance: the Nigerian government seems to be on the side of the kidnappers but, you know, can’t always believe what you read I guess.

    • Nicolette says:

      I’m glad she brought it up as well. Much attention needs to be paid to that horror. Over 300 young girls have been kidnapped for these monsters to sell them into slavery, and God knows what will happen to them. It’s sick, and I hope they can somehow be rescued.

    • Emma - the JP Lover says:

      @mkyarwood, who wrote: “Interesting how the US is just now, finally, mobilizing an effort to recover the girls after ‘Islamic Extremist Group’ came up.”

      Nigeria is a sovereign nation. 300 girls were kidnapped, but they weren’t American girls and American interests weren’t at risk or threatened. America had to wait until they were ‘invited’ to help … and they finally were reluctantly invited. The Nigerian President has been reluctant to have ‘any’ foreign help in this situation. Secretary of State Kerry had to call the Nigerian President and present a case as to why and how U.S. intervention would be helpful. Among F.B.I. agents skilled in working kidnapping cases, America has offered ‘non lethal’ drones to hunt for the rebel base.

      Also, the world has known since this atrocity happened three weeks ago that an Islamic Extremist rebel group was responsible.

    • lower-case deb says:

      and here is video of one part of the interview(s) touching on Nigerian kidnapping, in English:
      http://www.itv.com/news/story/2014-05-03/kidnapped-nigerian-school-girls/

      two videos where AJ is dubbed in french is in youtube, but you can hear the english underneath.

      edit: sorry i seem to have misplaced this link, it should’ve gone in my comment which is right above this one :)

  15. Eve says:

    Simply STUNNING in these pictures!

    Not only this bitch (that’s said with love) is drop dead gorgeous, she’s amazingly photogenic!

  16. sarah j says:

    This is by far the the best cover she did in the last 10 years. Elle Magazine should thank Anna Wintour for Vogue going the KK way.

  17. truthSF says:

    That skirt outfit needs to jump off her body and into my closet like NOW!!

  18. Bea says:

    She looks stunning and for some reason I’m tickled at the idea of Shiloh learning how to be a flower girl.

  19. That’s the one thing I hate. I mean, some of you think that the Angelina/Brad fans are crazy (or overzealous, whatever) now, but you should’ve seen how it was when I first started visiting this site. Every time there was an article on one of them, it was always (inevitably) said that Angelina was a homewrecking, drug abusing skank–no matter the subject. And the way that a lot of posters talked about her drug use–you’d think she got popped for DUIs a dozen times. So I hate that I’ll go on some article about her–like PEOPLE, who have an article up about what she said about the school girls–and scroll down to the comments to see that someone’s saying she’s a fameho for speaking out in the first place, and then that she’s an addict who needs to quit, not six kids.

    • salma says:

      but in our defense she is really a fameho . I am aware of world wide issues and don’t need saint angelina to let me know about it.

      • In this case, she was asked about ‘real evil’ or something like that, during a press conference, for Maleficent, in Paris. She didn’t just issue a statement out of the blue. And even if she had–how is that a bad thing? She is a humanitarian–it isn’t something that she just picked up out of the blue, she’s been doing this for thirteen years. You may be aware, but there are plenty of people who aren’t. I would rather see her talk about this, than her hair or makeup (I’d love it if she talked about that too).

      • Sal says:

        So? You may be aware (if you were, you’d understand why she does what she does and you’d SUPPORT her), many others aren’t. She does a lot of good and is well-respected. I guess that gives some a guilt complex so they attack her because they feel inadequate next to her. Its your problem, not hers.

      • Soulsister says:

        @salma – but in our defense she is really a fameho
        ———————————————————————————–
        LOL. What are you in kindergarten or something. The reason this poster hates Angie is because she’s a Jenhen, simple as.

      • salma says:

        soulsister i have the right to have an opinion so get over yourself

      • salma says:

        maybe it’s just me but i never trust people who ”do good deeds’ in front of the camera+ i don t like her as an actress i think she is overrated

      • Sal says:

        Its her job. She is UN Special Envoy. She HAS TO liaise with the media. That is THE WHOLE ENTIRE POINT OF HER TITLE. Perhaps you just don’t understand how SERIOUS her job is, and you judge her like any other celeb doing celebrity work. But she is not any other celeb. Criticising Angelina for having media present makes as much sense as criticising the President for having the media at his speeches. He HAS TO. Angelina doesn’t bring the cameras, the UN own their own camera equipment and they bring their own camera crew. I think you and others just don’t understand that she has a JOB to do, which entails liaising with media. She doesn’t have a choice. Its her JOB.

      • salma says:

        Sal the fact that she works with the UN annoys me because i think it is an evil organization . Anyways it s just my opinion and i am entitled to it

      • @salma
        Why didn’t you just say that you find the UN to be evil then, instead of saying that you first didn’t like that she talked about humanitarian issues, then you didn’t like that she was ‘a fameho’, and then you didn’t like that she brought cameras with her (when she has to bring them)?

        After those remarks, I’m more inclined to think that you just don’t like Angelina, no matter what she does–which is fine. But don’t say you find an organisation evil, when you’re backed into a corner.

      • abby says:

        @Sal, it’s just griping. But it seems that many are unable to distinguish between Angie’s role with the UN and her private actions. For me that’s the difference, as the UN Envoy she is an advocate and must liaise with the press (that is the job description on the UN website). This is very different from the causes/projects she supports privately.

        As you stated, her role at the UN requires, in part, that she act as media spokesperson as part of her advocacy. All of her mission statements and videos are issued via the UN press office to other media outlets worldwide. It’s a UN camera crew. If people have issues with the UN, well, whatever. Take a number.
        Outside of the UN though there aren’t too many other organizations with similar access to global conflict regions/refugees. So for this type of advocacy, her options are kind of limited.

        If Angie was promoting the work of the JP Foundation then yeah, I would take issue with the media coverage but that is not the case. Her private charity work both individually and with Brad is rarely covered. In fact, the only person to mention the work of the JP Foundation in the media lately is Friedman because he is obsessed with their tax returns and nonprofit status.
        So the fact that almost no one in the media knows what’s currently going on with the JP Foundation contradicts salma’s assertions.

        But I know I am preaching to the choir and haters are gonna hate.

        Quite frankly, I like it this way. Let everyone focus on her UN work and ignore the JP Foundation. She and Brad are quietly accomplishing so much with little to no fanfare or media intrusion. I won’t mention any details here because that would defeat the point. I am sure the diehard fans know what I’m talking about.

        Anyway, love the pics and the interview. as always everyone is allowed to have a past and mature except Angie. RDJ, Drew Barrymore and others can all move on but Angie? Nope. No matter though.
        I admire her quote about a half-lived life – do not hold back due to fear.
        Well, I will probably purchase for the pics and I know I’ll be there for Maleficient on opening weekend.

    • Paige says:

      I agree. We will have different opinions but the people that can’t seem to get over Angelina’ s younger years are really annoying. It’s been how many years, she obviously isn’t the same person that she was then. All they can say is brother kisser, vile wearing, homewrecker, but they never say anything positive about her humanitarian work. It’s like they have a grudge against her even though she’s a complete stranger. If you compare her reckless years to some of the stars now, it’s nothing. Her antics can’t even compare to the likes of some.

      • That’s the thing–I was pretty young when I started visiting this site, and didn’t really know anything about her, beyond that she was pretty and was in Tomb Raider. But the way people vilified her, on this site, I started thinking that she was a heavy user, to the point that it affected her work, etc.

        I mean, a few of her fans say that they wish she was still as candid and open as she was in the past, that she’s more guarded and boring (and a few even imply that this is Brad’s ‘fault’), and I’m like, why would she want to be open when everything she says is twisted to the nth degree, for one, and then if she does say ‘the wrong thing’, then it’s brought up over and over again–from years before? I wouldn’t say anything either–I mean, recently people brought up her and BBT making out on the red carpet, like BBT was an unwilling participent, for one, and that it was all her doing–when she said, after they broke up that she pretty much did all of that to make him happy, but didn’t really like it.

      • Hiddles forever says:

        One of the reasons I never posted on an Angelina’s thread anywhere. But people change, right? Even the posters, I guess ;)

    • lenje says:

      VC, I always find you one of the most level-headed Angelina fans here, and here’s my two cents. Yes, I started visiting this site much later than you, so I didn’t read all the nasty comments about her. I still don’t think it’s a strong enough reason or justification to attack those who are genuinely not into her, or those who like her but dislike Brad (as if you’re not allowed to only like one half of a couple), those who are indifferent, and even those who are most likely a Brangeloonie but occasionally make a less-than-praising remark about her. To be really clear, I’m not talking about you or the other sensible Jolie/Pitt fans — but those who are ready to bombard with labels like “liars”, “FFs”, or whatever.

      • I get it–some people can get crazy. But it was really bad. I mean, at least, for the most part when people say they don’t like Jennifer Aniston–they can give reasons other than ‘Brad dumped her’ (or something equally ridiculous). Before all that crap with Jennifer and Justin (when they got together–they were going out months before the girlfriend moved out), all of the fans were talking like Angelina was a hardcore drug addict. It only stopped after Jennifer and Justin got together–all of ‘those’ fans left. And yeah–a lot of those people were from FF–that place is freaky. I’ve never seen a site where people just HATE. I mean for the most innocuous things…I went on once, and they were talking trash about her wearing butt pads..really? I could see if she went on an anti-butt pad crusade, but the woman has no butt. Maybe she wanted a lift. Who cares?

        And the only time it bothers me when people say they don’t like Brad is when they say he’s stupid/dumb (which he is totally inarticulate, I have an uncle just like him), or when they say that it’s his fault that Angelina was villified by the press after they got together(while on other posts about slut shaming women, it’s all about how the press is sexist, people are sexist–we always blame the woman, instead of the man–for example, but when it comes to the treatment of Angelina by the press/tabloids, somehow Brad is supposed to be able to shut all the gossip/tabloids down–despite both of them having a policy of never addressing rumors), and it’s his fault that she’s so skinny (implying that he shamed her into losing weight).

        But I’m just glad the crazy fans left…

    • JessMa says:

      VC for the most part I don’t think extreme fans are crazy. The vast majority of Brangeloonies and JenHens seem fine to me. There are two on here that I feel are extreme to a crazy level.

      They tag team and seem to post mostly on either Brad, Angie, and Jen posts. They take any comment they perceive as slightly negative and go nuts. I have even seen them attack their fellow fans.

      I must admit one is slightly worse. The most extreme one post at all hours of the day and night and even posts on threads that are super old. I would actually be scared to meet her in real life. I think she thinks that her favorite star has handpicked her to fight against any internet jabs real or imagined.

      Off Topic, didn’t you say you were interested in adopting an older kid? If you do so in the future, I wish you all the best and much happiness. My older clients have such a hard time finding parents. I have one 15 year old kid now that is amazing, but we are having no luck with a forever family. He is so sad.

    • V4Real says:

      I don’t get all the shade, no not shade but hate towards AJ as in wishing ill health on her or her family. I don’t condone that being wished upon any celebrity. But people are allowed to dislike any celebrity they want including AJ without hardcore fans getting all up in arms about it.

      When I say hardcore I’m talking about the ones who go on a tantrum just because someone would say something so minimal as AJ is too thin or AJ isn’t as pretty as she used to be or AJ isn’t that great of an actress. Even remarks like that get the hardcore fans riled up. If people say they don’t like Angie they are considered a hater, jealous or a JenHen. That’s insane. I have read where people say they don’t like the President of the US and don’t get as much flack as people get for saying they don’t like Angie. When I started commenting on this site I said a lot of things that praised Angie. Soon as I made a comment that I think she had something done to her nose I was called a hater, a liar, jealous and so on. It was insane because I had an opinion that varied from theirs. BTW, I still think she had something done to her nose (Yeah balls).

      As for AJ being a home wrecker no one on this site knows that to be true or false. We only know what was said by the people involved. Ben Affleck might say he has never cheated on his wife but most of us would say we don’t believe him though we have never seen any concrete proof of any of his affairs (at least I haven’t).

      I think AJ’s past has made her the woman she is today. So what if people still bring it up. It’s been years since the Bill Clinton Administration but when people think of Bubba the first thing that comes to mind is Monica Lewinsky. When I think of Bill I now think of him as the man who helped President Obama get elected for a second term due to that kick ass speech he gave.

      Oh yeah and I’m being passive-aggressive in my comment and blah, blah blah…ok. That’s the new one.

      • I just brought up the homewrecker bit, because on ALL of the posts, pre 2011, the comments were all the same–she’s a homewrecking, drug addicted skank–no matter the topic. I didn’t mean to bring up the unholy triangle ;)

        I don’t mind it when people bring up her past, but I hate it when it’s all negative. Like she’s still doing the same dumb things she did when she was young, OR that she’s super conscious of her past and her humanitarian work is all PR to combat that (and the homewrecking, despite the fact that she got into it before Brad)—that’s really the only time it bothers me. But, meh. Life is too short to argue with everyone.

        And oooh–if Angelina has had anything done to her face, I’d believe a nose job. Her nose used to be ‘wider’, and now the tip is a lot thinner–but I’m horrible at telling plastic surgery unless it’s super obvious/or your face looks really off.

        And despite thinking/knowing that Bubba is a complete DOG, I still love him. He’s charming.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @jessma, I’m dying to know who you’re talking about! I have two in mind and one poster doesn’t come around anymore. The other is here at this very moment!

        I rarely visit Jolie threads because I’ve been accused of being a “jenhen” because I made a pretty innocuous comment about something Jolie said (which set off one if the wackos of which you speak).

        These threads al oat entirely consist of Jolie worship and attacks on those who have something less than wonderful to say about Jolie. It’s like thunderdome on these threads!

      • V4Real says:

        I understand VC, people just have their celebs they love to hate/dislike no matter what. Vice versa we all have our celebs we will defend to the death but there’s ways to handle that defense without all the vitriol that we see on AJ/Pitt’s post.

        I’m sure you would defend mean things said about your C/B hubby as would I but we would do it without turning it into the unholy triangle. :)

      • Fortunately my hubby is universally loved….now all he needs to do is come find me and then he’ll be loved even more.

        And I just watched ‘The Thomas Crowne Affair’–good Lord. I didn’t know Pierce Brosnan was that suave and charming…..I love him even more.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Virgilia Coriolanus, who wrote: “And I just watched ‘The Thomas Crowne Affair’–good Lord. I didn’t know Pierce Brosnan was that suave and charming…..I love him even more.”

        If you ever get a chance, watch the original 1968 film “The Thomas Crown Affair” with Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway (yes, the same actress who plays the psychiatrist in the 1999 Pierce Brosnan film). I finally caught the 1999 version on cable last weekend. I must say I like how this one ends as much as I liked how the 1968 film ended (different endings, but I won’t say how) … and Rene Russo’s body is SICK in that film! :) Faye Dunaway wasn’t a slouch in 1968, either. That woman had a face and body made to be seen.

      • V4Real says:

        @VC Now I backed off of Liam but you get no break with Pierce (he was my favorite Bond). At his age he is still incredibly hot. I watched “After The Sunset” a few days ago and I wanted to be Salma Hayek for a day. RDJ is still my favorite but Pierce is something special.

        BTW RDJ is universally loved as well..um, well at least more so than Angie. :)

      • JessMa says:

        @Morticians I call them S&M. I wasn’t going to say their names because I didn’t want the crazier one to make a voodoo doll of me with cat hair. I could just picture her sticking pins into the doll while she angrily types a response to my post at 3am.

        For some reason I picture her living with 10 cats or ferrets(no offense to those animals). I think she spends her day posting on the internet, brushing her pets fur, and covering every inch of her walls with magazine clippings of her star obsession.

      • V4Real says:

        @JessMa your last comment just made me break off into the wickedest witch laugh while that song from the Wizard of Oz plays in my head. You know, the one they play when the wicked witch arrives on screen.

        You sure do know how to poke the bear; I admire your giant balls.

      • Hiddles forever says:

        @jessma

        Now you got me curious about these wicked people living with ferrets and making voodoo dolls lol

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @jessma, ha! Amazing! The Leanne Rimes threads had someone like that on there, some kind of Brandi Stan. I wasn’t all about Brandi and she started accusing me of being Leanne. Then someone here mentioned she was over at Just Jared claiming I was also originaltiffany and originalkitten. It was bizarre and obsessive. I also imagine she lived at home with her starving cats that she was too busy to feed because she spent all day and night posting conspiracy theories on various sites.

      • JessMa says:

        V4, I’m going to have to see the Wizard of Oz again just for the song.

        Hiddles if your read the triangle of doom posts you can figure it out. The craziest one stands out even among her fellow mega fans. If you see someone posting at retort at 2am on an article from two weeks ago that is her, lol.

        Morticians, I think triangles bring out the crazies. I am not sure why. You don’t see many deranged posters on a thread about someone like Adele for example. But as soon as the media paints someone as vixen or victim the nuts start showing up.

    • Chigirl says:

      @ VC
      I understand what you mean but I find their comments funny. It makes no sense to me whatsoever, that a person would take the time to read comments and post comments on people they don’t like. I avoid any posts about celebs I don’t like because I could care less what anyone has to say about them and don’t want to give those post hits ,least it looks like I have an interest and might cause the blogger to write more posts. Why give a celeb you don’t like the time of day. It’s ridiculous. Let them post their comments it shows more about their character than it does about the celeb they make negative comments about.

      • It’s gossip. I write about celebs I don’t like all the time. It’s not a fansite. The thing that I hate the most about the negative comments is when they say stuff like ‘yawn’, ‘boring’, any variation of ‘she’s ugly’ (just to say it) or anything like that. If you don’t like something about a celeb–let’s discuss it. But do it in a respectful way. If their face just bugs you, then I find nothing wrong with saying their face is annoying. But it gets annoying if you just post a comment to be negative, and do it all the time. Like I don’t like Jennifer Aniston. I have no issues ripping her to shreds, when I feel it is appropriate. But I also feel that she is an attractive woman, with feelings. So I’m not going to call her ugly, or fat just for the sake of it—I’m not going to trash her for not having a relationship with her mother (I will trash her for not being in touch with the rest of her family or her fiance’s family), and so on. Criticism in balance. It’d be boring if we all agreed.

      • Nina says:

        @vc – criticize someone over having or not having relationship w thei family? It is entirely something to their discretion. It’s like criticizing a celebrity for having no kids. Or for having 1 child. Or two. It three. Or four. Or criticizing someone for doing too much gardening. Or for spending too much time in a gym. Adults choose how to spend their time. And also sometimes there are circumstances which you may be unaware of that will make it impossible for them to maintain certain relationships. I find it pretty oppressive and outdated that in our day and age someone will criticize for state of another’s family ties. Is that the 50′s? Do you also criticize people for being in a civil union? Or for being gay?

      • @Nina
        My criticism (and even then, it’s really wondering what’s going on) stems from the fact that she’s said that her friends are her family, and that she spends all of her holidays with her friends/at Cabo. I don’t blame her and understand why she would want to keep her mother at arms length, but find it odd as to why she apparently doesn’t spend any time with her family. I remember when she had her Star on that famous street in HW–it was her friends that were front and center; not her family. I just find that odd. I could see if they sided with her mother in the beef, but my family is the closest thing I have, so I find it odd that she isn’t close to them at all–as it appears.

  20. Marie says:

    It’s too late for bone structure, can I just get that skirt? it’s outofthisworld awesome

  21. salma says:

    she doesn’t age well. I understand your right to be happy and live fully but your pursuit of it ends where somewhere else’s happiness begins

  22. Sal says:

    GORGEOUS photos! She has aged very well indeed.

  23. lucy2 says:

    Very nice photos.
    I think her past is brought up so often because she was SO public about it back then.
    There are a lot of children of the rich and famous who go through a similar thing as they grow up, and end up in rehab, living off their parents’ fame and fortune, or worse. I don’t care for her as an actress, but I have to give her credit for making her own way.

    • Esmom says:

      Agreed, that is why she’s asked about it. Also agree that she deserves credit for making her way and not having a “life half lived” as she puts it.

      The photos are stunning, I just really, really wish they hadn’t done the “open mouth” shot on the cover. It’s a silly tactic and AJ does not need special gimmicks like that to enhance her appeal.

  24. harpreet says:

    Kaiser,

    Are you sure it is the June issue? I got my elle canada yesterday for June and it had Emma Roberts on the cover.

  25. Mireille says:

    I got to see Angelina Jolie in person at the Anderson Cooper show where she was promoting her movie In the Land of Blood and Honey. All I can say about her looks is that photos don’t do this woman justice. She is absolutely stunning in person.

  26. Soulsister says:

    Amazing pictures. The woman is astoundingly beautiful. Also loved the article and thought it was the most revealing that she has given in a long time.

  27. lisa2 says:

    What a BIG GET FOR ELLE and damn the power to get ALL the International covers.. SWEET.

    I love the skirt pic and the quotes about her family. And yes it is mind scratching that people act like Angelina has done the worst. I love that she doesn’t let any of it alter her life or how she chooses to live it.

  28. Jess says:

    She’s so gorgeous, I’m completely heterosexual but if she ever asked there’s no doubt I’d take nice long swim in the lady pond with her! I can see how she drives men wild. I like what she said about her 20′s, and I think a lot of people do the same things, we experiment and try to find out who we are, fortunately it’s not documented in the media for most of us. She wasn’t terrible or a complete mess and she grew into herself and seems comfortable now.

    • Emma - the JP Lover says:

      @Jess, who wrote: “She’s so gorgeous, I’m completely heterosexual but if she ever asked there’s no doubt I’d take nice long swim in the lady pond with her!”

      LOL!! I absolutely love the whole ‘lady pond’ thing. I’d never heard it before Cameron Diaz said it recently. It’s so … Victorian. Love it! :)

  29. reba says:

    I find her stunning in the first photo. The third photo is beautiful but reminds me of the way Victoria Beckham stands!

  30. break says:

    These picture show that she looks so much better when one can’t see those giant fake boobs that she recently bought. They are so distracting and cartoonish on such an otherwise beautiful and elegant looking woman.

  31. eliza says:

    I have never been a huge Jolie fan BUT over time I have grown to really respect her for her lifestyle. She is not the typical Hollywood attention needy celeb. I love how she isn’t at every envelope opening, Met Gala or trendy celeb hot spot. She and Pitt do their thing and expose themselves when needed.

    Too bad more actresses are not like her. She is at the top of her game without being everywhere all the time. Very refreshing.

    • Hiddles forever says:

      @eliza
      I am with you on this one…

      • Andrea1 says:

        Eliza +10000000 to your comment I agree absolutely with you.
        She looks stunning that face is to die for.
        I’m happy she spoke about the Nigerian girls I was in Nigeria for 5weeks and I must say I enjoyed my stay there. The northern Nigeria made the boko haram insurgent what it is today when they first started in 2011 the northerners who should have called them to order hailed them and termed them their own “freedom fighters”. And as at that time they were only bombing churches and relaxation spots. But today the insurgents have gone haywire and kill people anyhow they like it. Mosques are not left out even market places. The boko Haram is a monster the Northern Nigeria created but today they have support from international terrorist groups which help in funding them. And the Government is not willing to help salvage the situation because the insurgents have infiltrated the govt. The president is a weak man. With no mind of his own.
        Sorry for the long comment. Nigeria is a lovely place to be asides from the insecurity and corruption facing the country it is really a great country rich with So many natural resources. Plan to go back by the end of June then I will visit the gold coast Ghana. I can’t wait.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Andrea1 …

        Wow. I didn’t know most of that. Thanks for sharing your personal knowledge of Nigeria and the current climate/situation there. I’m still praying for those girls. That was a shameful, cruel act of entitlement. I think the world would be a much better place if so many men in it didn’t feel entitled to treat women as their property; non-entities with whom they feel they have a right to treat any way they choose.

        Do you watch “Vice” on HBO? There was a piece in the show this past weekend about a mother in India who is afraid her 12 or 13-year-old daughter is going to kill herself after being grabbed and raped in broad daylight by a 42-year-old man. After he raped her, he just left her bleeding in a field. The mother was told to stop ‘annoying the police’ about the incident after she reported it and nothing was done to the man.

  32. Hissyfit says:

    Man, those bone structures are to die for! She looked absolutely stunning in these photos. I bet she’s designers dream to dress for she can easily fit in all of them. I love the simplicity and the black and white effect of the photoshoot. She is just beautiful!

  33. The Original Mia says:

    She is stunning. Amazing bone structure.

    The Nigerian kidnappings are horrendous and it’s sad it’s taken the media this long to comment on it. #BringBackOurGirls

  34. MissTrial says:

    I hate her, wait, no, I love her. Ha, I just love her or the ‘her’ that she reveals & I perceive.

  35. Maggie says:

    Glad she brought up the Nigerian girls. It’s all about money and human sex trade. Why are they spending so much money looking for a planeload full of dead ppl when these girls are possibly alive? It’s sickening! The kidnappers should be shot on sight. It makes me so angry.

    • Sal says:

      I understand where you’re coming from, but they aren’t looking for dead bodies. They are looking for the Data Recorder and Voice Recorder black boxes so they can figure out why the accident happened, if it was a mechanical failure, etc. So many lives have been saved by accidents and the Black Boxes that were retrieved when a fault was discovered and then fixed when it may have taken longer to discover. They say each accident makes flying safer. I am a huge huge fan of Air Crash Investigation and many a times its the BBs that give the answers and thus prevent future accidents. They’re not looking for or are going to retrieve the bodies. Only the 2 BBs that will solve this mystery. Its vital for the Aviation industry (and thus many countries economies) and the lives of people who fly, that its solved. PS I agree the kidnappers should be shot on sight.

      • Maggie says:

        Those black boxes are long gone or most likely useless once they find them. They should have updated that system long ago. I agree with you it’s important. But these girls are possibly alive and the longer it goes on the less chance there is they will survive. Plus they are taking more girls!

  36. Doreen says:

    Her cheek bones are sunken in, it’s a sign of anorexia. She’s not a healthy woman!

    • Sara says:

      As you get older this happens naturally and is more apparent on angular faces. That’s said, her thiness makes it ten times worse. People are getting fat injected into these areas to fill out their faces. I for one am a medium build size 8 but have always even when heavier had a thinner face. I am in my mid thirties and my cheeks are starting to hollow but it could also be from years of yoyo dieting. Needless to say I hate it and won’t lose more weight because I don’t want my face any thinner.

      • Katherine says:

        LOL! I can attest to the somewhat “miraculous” appearance of cheekbones when your face, shall I say, “falls” a bit when you get older. It wasn’t just a face with no vestige of youthful fat, it was an actual change in my facial shape.

        I was quite pleased when my cheekbones appeared.

    • Lucinda says:

      I would agree with that if she were 15-20 years younger. But like others said, as you get older, cheekbones become more pronounced as you lose collagen and elasticity in your face.

  37. cro-girl says:

    Smash them. Getting sick of your shiz Islamic extremists.

    Angelina. Goddess as always.

  38. kay says:

    SHE IS BACK

    VC,you shouldn’t let those people bother you,most of them don’t even believe what they write.They only write them because it brings them attention from emotional fans and then when all is said and done the fans get the blame.I learnt a long time ago that the best answer to these kind of people is silence.Like my mum says”empty vessels make the loudest noise”

    (Stating an opinion is different from irrational hate, especially for people you’ve never met)

    I’ve always loved her,not because she’s a humanitarian but after she addressed the bokoharam issue in my country I love her more(selfish I know)

  39. LadyS says:

    OMG this whole shoot is making me sooooo giddy! What a beautiful woman and the clothes, oh Lord!!!

  40. TOPgirl says:

    All hail the Queen! What a Goddess!

  41. YuYa says:

    She has had so much plastic surgery it’s laughable. Those are not her original cheekbones or her original nose, or even eyes.

  42. gennline says:

    If you read Angelina’ early interviews she was completely raw and the journalists did not know how to deal with her. A lot of them were OMG she is telling us all this stuff.Her openess wasn’t appreciated, they were using to dealing with publicists and more guarded celebrities.
    They saw this unconventional beautiful looking girl who sometimes turned up at interviews crying,with her face breaking out in spots or who didn’t want to be sexy(Rolling Stone) in photo shoots.
    She saw interviews as having a conversation where you exchange information and they saw her as someone who was shocking in her honesty.
    She was suppose to live fast and die young but she didn’t and she became better at their job than they are.
    They never saw her true worth, they never saw the true value of being open and honest.She has also turned out to be a pretty strong individual and the only things that people can use against her are those things she revealed about her self and the times in public she has shown a degree of love for her brother and husband.
    Also you are not suppose to have it all, you can’t be beautiful,clever,talented, rich and have a great home life, so Angelina’s past has to be brought up, so the naysayers can say but!but! look at what she did when she was young.
    Living life to the full, making mistakes and taking chances is scary for some people but not for Angelina.

    • QueenHoa says:

      I think her honesty is what I love about her most. Her past has never bothered me even if others hate/dislike her for it. You live your life and I’ll live mine. Maybe the reason why she is so blessed and successful now is because she was honest from the beginning. When people hide things and act all goody-too-shoes in public, it usually backfires and then people see the real you.

      • gennline says:

        I think its great that she was so honest because now the press cannot affect what she does. The never found out anything about her, she was honest about her struggles as a teenager and put those things out there. Even though she was advised not to say certain things.
        She is living her life on her own terms. Also it shows that you can be a troubled teen but come through the other side, and you can walk your own path in life.

      • darkdove says:

        That is true look at what happened to Wynona Ryder after the shoplifting she almost has no career left, Reece Witherspoon every body said look she is nice and sweet after the arrest and her attitude every one saw the real her.

  43. QueenHoa says:

    I absolutely love her. She’s beautiful inside and out. And I WANT her closet.

  44. serena says:

    She’s so gorgeous! Love the photos! I can’t wait to read the full thing!

  45. TWINK says:

    I agree, I don’t even think of her 20s anymore, she’s been so amazing since like 10 years ago, so please, let’s move on. She looks stunning! Btw, I bought their rosé, haven’t tasted it though as I’m saving it for a special occasion! I squealedwhen I saw it on the shelf at whole foods, haha. Here’s me with it: http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–CXPlC40J–/c_fit,fl_progressive,q_80,w_636/ojqmkavf17ucnfjarcf3.jpg

  46. I Choose Me says:

    The inimitable Angelina Jolie folks. Damn these photos are on point!

  47. LavendarLady says:

    Always liked her. She is 100% who she is and owns it.

  48. Jess says:

    Wow. She looks amazing. I also love that she doesn’t need to do that “mouth half open” thing so many starlets do in photo shoots. I like what she says about fearing a life half lived – wish I was as brave as her. And I agree, she was a bit wild in her early 20s but never out of control, a la Sheen or Lohan (or, if she was, that part has never been made public).

    • Tessy says:

      But she is hanging her mouth open on the cover shot. Everybody has to do it, even the great Angelina.

      I HATE that pose, if you see somebody doing it in real life you think they either have a bad cold or that they are a few bricks short of a load.

  49. Andrea1 says:

    @Emma the JP lover for some reason unknown I can’t seem to reply directly to you
    Thanks So much for the compliment ;)
    No Emma I haven’t watched it. I would have to start doing that now. There is So much evil in the world. When I was in Nigeria about 3 weeks ago there was a story of a 14year old girl killing her husband who was a 34 year old man. She poisoned his food with rat poison and he died there was another case of a child bride who stabbed her husband to death because he sleeps with her 7 times a day. Can you imagine a 12 year old girl being subjected to such. And the girls in this case are standing trial for their actions. I would have thought they would revisit the issue of marrying child brides to matured men but they aren’t doing that. Most of these girls are now defending themselves against the forceful marriage some of them run away. Its such a sad situation what happens in the world. And wow to the indian police that was wicked what they did to the mother of the girl who was raped I hope they get justice against the perpetuator of this evil act. I admire Angelina Jolie more everyday for her humanitarian efforts #shinningmybrangelinabatchofhonour :) ;)
    Also how bad ass is AJ she is appearing on over 20 international covers instead of doing multiple shoots! Way to go Angie you just set a new trend and also a high standard. #kissingmybrangelinabadgeofhonour.

    • Emma - the JP Lover says:

      Yep, I’ve encountered strange ‘link’ issues here at Celebitchy as well.

      The reason the Indian woman’s story came to light is because a ‘women’s rights’ attorney heard about the rape and came to the town to confront the town’s Police Chief and to help the mother in her continued demand for justice for her daughter. He denied any wrong doing and said there wasn’t any evidence that such a rape even occurred. When she said perhaps he would have found evidence/witnesses if he’d investigated the case, he said there was nothing to investigate because no crime had been committed. I was so upset, I had to change the channel. I’ll try to find a video link for you. If I do, I’ll post it here.

      edited to add: Sorry, HBO isn’t giving up the episode unless you have an account or you’re willing to buy an account. The best I could do was the debrief by the women’s rights attorney, and she’s Iranian, not Indian. I thought you might like to see it … the police Chief shown is the one from the video piece I mentioned:

      http://www.hbo.com/vice#/vice/episodes/02/17-the-pink-gang-rebellion-genetic-passport/video/debrief-the-pink-gang-rebellion.html/eNrjcmbOYM7XLMtMSc13zEvMqSzJTHbOzytJrShRz89JgQkFJKan+iXmpjIXcjIysoGgdGJpSX5BTmKlbUlRaSoAUBcXOA==

      And yes, Angie is rocking the shite in this editorial spread. :)

  50. mellie says:

    Sorry Jennifer Aniston…I still love you and your style, but I’m over the whole Brad Pitt thing, Angelina just oozes class and style, something we need to see more of these days. She is just lovely, after watching them at the Oscar’s, I let go of my grudge ;)

  51. xboxsucks says:

    i have to buy these mags,already read the interview and it was a really nice one.
    pics are stunning
    BOW DOWN BITCHES!

  52. allons-y alonso says:

    Surprise, bitch indeed!

  53. darkdove says:

    After all is said and done no matter what those who dont like Angelina will always find fault with her, they cant forgive her for her past as if she had comited the greatest crimes for living her life as she wanted, but is okay maybe their lives will always be as good and nice and wont make any mistakes that every one else will remind them of it 10 or 15 years later.

  54. Francis says:

    Gorgeous no one looks like her.

  55. DanaG says:

    Part of the reason I love Angelina is she owns her mistakes unlike Lilo who blames the world. Yes Angie was wild she admits it but she is nowhere near the same category as a Lindsay or Charlie. I think she is stunning and I doubt these pictures have been photoshopped. At least they didn’t go on about Jennifer.

  56. rudy says:

    What is being done to those girls is so horrific I can’t even read about it anymore.

  57. Nina says:

    Sorry, I don’t get the Angelima hype. Without the plastic surgery she would be average-looking, she only made it where she has made it because of her family connections and I have never read an original, intelligent or well-spoken quote by her :( don’t get the appeal at all.

  58. Naddie says:

    I think she remains interesting, after all. And maybe she was like Lohan in private, who knows? Don’t get why people are so damn protective about her, sometimes I swear that her relatives are in this site.
    About the pics, she’s beautiful. What I really like about her looks is that she’s not perfect, but still manages to look stunning (and yes, beauty is a bone matter)!

  59. whyamireadingthis says:

    Truly, the most stunning and beautiful person who has ever lived. I love her stripped down like this; the less that is done to her, the better she looks.

  60. mfmaefh says:

    she brought her old live in the interview, no body else, and by the way she is not the only one who do mistakes,but the importance is to realize it and correct it

  61. MsGoblin says:

    Yeah, I’d do her… and I’m straight.