Was marriage a mistake for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie? Because when they were only lovers/partners, we never were privy to fights like the one In Touch covers in its latest issue. The supposed altercation took place on Nov.17 on the terrace of their hotel suite at the InterContinental Sydney in Australia. Pictures of the famous couple (who will next be seen together in By the Sea, about a troubled marriage) show Jolie grimacing, holding a cigarette; an exasperated looking Pitt is throwing up his arms. But without audio, it’s hard to say: Perhaps they were just having a debate over whether Vivienne should get a haircut. Hours after, the Pitts hit the red carpet for the premiere of her Unbroken and they looked slightly strained. The mag reports they left the city separately.
Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus are the true definition of frenemies. The pop stars, both 22, have a lot in common: Both found fame on The Disney Channel, and are constantly in the headlines for negative things. They used to be great pals but the tongue, ahem, tide has turned. “We’re, we’re like, acquaintances," Lovato said of Cyrus on The TJ Show/Boston’s 103.3 AMP Radio. “It's life, and people change. I don't have anything in common with her anymore. She's doing what she wants to do and this is her time to break out and figure out what she wants to do in her career and her image.”
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Sting is hoping his star power can plug up a leaky ship. The singer-songwriter will play the role of an inspirational foreman onstage in The Last Ship starting Dec.9 at NYC’s Neil Simon Theatre. The musical, for which Sting supplied songs and lyrics, has been struggling at the box office. “Frankly, we need a blip in sales to be viable,” Sting said. “You have to do whatever it takes.”