In the December issue of Vogue (out Nov. 19), Aniston says Jolie should have been much more circumspect about the romance, which blossomed while Pitt and Aniston were still married. “There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening,” Aniston, 39, says of comments Jolie had made to the same magazine a year earlier. “I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss. … That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool.”
Aniston also chats about her own romantic life, including her much-discussed on-again, off-again relationship with 30-year-old musician John Mayer, who she says has matured since they’ve been together, theHuffingtonPost.com reports. In fact, she is frankly a little tired of defending the relationship all the time.
“People need to mind their own business! Did you ever think Claudia Schiffer and David Copperfield made sense? Love just shows up.”
People.com reports that according to a source close to the actor, “The paparazzi stormed the theater and were incredibly aggressive, pouring in through all entrance areas. They were hitting bystanders with their cameras. The security guard was merely trying to safely and quickly remove Brad from the melee.”
Brad didn’t think much of it. “Though they [the paparazzi] were exceptionally more aggressive than usual,” Pitt tells People, “breaking through a security barrier and into a private holding area, ultimately [it was] just another day in the life.”
You mean the life of a movie star, of course. Not us normal folk.