Brad And St. Angie Are OVAH!!!!

August 13, 2009 / Posted by:

Okay, not really, but during Brad Pitt’s interview with Ann Curry on Today, she asked him about a quote he gave to Parade Magazine about love being the most important (blah..vommy….blah) thing in the world. Brad said he co-signs his own quote, but added that someday love won’t be there. Then he got all Megan Fox-like and said, “The greater the love, the greater the loss.”

You know that after he said that, Jennifer Aniston threw down the chocolate sheet cake from Costco she was in the middle of devouring and shouted at her Beanie Babies collection, “HE’Z TALKING ABOUT MEEEE!!!! MEEE! MEEEE!! MEEEEEEEEE!

Ann also asked Brad about the grassroots movement to get him to run for the Mayor of New Orleans, because of what he’s doing to help rebuild the city. Brad joked that if he is chosen as a candidate, he will run on the gay marriage, no religion, legalization and taxation of marijuana platform.

I think that they superglued Ann to the chair for this interview, because I kept waiting for her vag lips to jump out of her pants and smother Brad. I mean, homegirl has a clit boner for him in the worst way. I’m sure it was hard for her to stay focused, because Brad was wearing white and she kept picturing him as her bride walking down the aisle towards her. Truth.

And here’s some pictures of Brad working the crowd at the NYC premiere of The Time Traveler’s Wife last night. Brad is a producer on the movie. He was also supposed to star in this shit with Jennifer Aniston back in the olden days.

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