ANGIE is an ANGEL! “Changeling” is a MUST SEE FILM!

Posted on November 19, 2008



Oíche mhaith

(Good Evening in Irish Gaelic)


Evening Kiddos! Happy Tuesday!

I know that all of you are READY for the HOUSEWIVES FINALE TONIGHT! Oh BTW if you don’t have a DVR don’t worry because BRAVO is CAPITALIZING on this BIG TIME. It’s starts tonight @ 10pm and will play back to back until the wee hours of the morning. Not to mention they will replay it a MILLION times over and over. So don’t feel bad if you can’t watch it tonight, but you really should because tomorrow EVERYONE will be DISHING it! Now the the clock is ticking, I thought I would hit you up with some ANGELINA news.

There is a halo glowing right above her head! As much as I adore this woman as an actress and celebrity figure it’s almost too much. Is she damn near perfect???

Extreme Beauty, Brains, Brad, Brad’s Babies… there aren’t any celebrities that can top her!


I found a WHOLE NEW RESPECT FOR HER when I caught the interview that she conducted with the London press about her new movie “Changeling”.  This movie is a MUST see! Not only because its Angel ANGIE, Clint Eastwood directed it. Anything he touches is Oscar worthy!

I smell a golden statue (ANOTHER) for our ANGEL! 



An emotional Angelina Jolie was moved to tears at a London press conference for her new film ‘Changeling’ on Monday. 

 Angelina says she thought of her late mother in order to connect with the role  of the real-life character of Christine Collins, whose son disappeared in 1920s LA. When she began to reflect on her late mother Marcheline, she became emotional.

Everybody called her marshmallow as a joke, because she was just the softest, most gentle woman in the world,” said Angelina who was moved to tears.

“She is very much Christine Collins,” she continued. “She was really sweet and would never get angry; she couldn’t swear to save her life. But when it came to her kids, she was really, really fierce, and so this is very much her, and her story, in that she was the woman I relate to, who had that elegance and strength through just knowing what was right.”

Angelina’s mother died of ovarian cancer in January of last year at the age of 58. In previous interviews, Angelina has said that she kept a picture of her mother in her purse with her on the ‘Changeling’set in order to channel her courage.

Like the PRO she is, she was able to take a moment to talk about her family life at home. 

I spend a lot of time at home,” Angelina admits, “I tend to be in pajamas and just coloring and things like that.”

ANGIE KEEPS IT REAL!! That’s just what I LOVE about her…

She is a gifted actress, and seems to be an amazing person! You won’t find me having one BAD thing to say about her…


UNLESS she does anything crazy to my Boo.. BRAD!

Then we will have PROBLEM…



Until after the HOUSEWIVES….



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