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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Birthday Celebration at Kuchi Restaurant!

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Birthday Celebration at Kuchi Restaurant!

Angelina Jolie dons a classy black dress while exiting Kuchi Restaurant after her birthday celebration with her fiance Brad Pitt on Tuesday (June 4) in Berlin, Germany.

The 38-year-old actress and the 49-year-old actor were joined by their cute children Maddox, 11, Pax, 9 Shiloh, 7, Zahara, 8, Vivienne, 4, and Knox, 4, while celebrating her birthday.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

Earlier in the day, Angie donned a white little dress while attending the premiere of Brad‘s latest flick World War Z, which hits theaters on Friday, June 21. We can’t wait!

FYI: Zahara is wearing a Pale Cloud dress and Vivienne is wearing a Pale Cloud jacket.

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  1. 201
    Susan Says:

    Good morning J-P fans.
    Nine pages, half filled with rubbish, easy does it, see a name skip the post.
    Thank you Mr and Mrs Smith for flushing the ****, I know a nutter when I see one.

  2. 202
    Mona Says:

    Família bonita viu…só perde pra minha!

  3. 203
    anustin Says:

    good pretty morning all gorgeous JOLIEPITT fans on board!!!!

  4. 204
    Maddox Says:

    Maddox and Pax are daddy’s boy. Knox definitely is mommy’s boy. He looks just like Angelina and her mom.

  5. 205
    NAN Says:

    @Joy B Angie(A Coward WhamoTheHaflManPaid Dog)
    You are a piece of shite, go to tell Jho Anuston how to prevent the men to DUMPING her and tell her have more medicine to stop her C R A Z Y N E S S.
    This is 9-10 years ago that Jho Anuston and Brad Pitt were FINITO and KAPUTT.
    Jho Anuston will Never Ever be back to Brad Pitt’s life again,even she died and be born again !!!!!!!!!

  6. 206
    Phool Says:

    OT
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    The Pink Moon Lovlies: Empowering Stories of Survival
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    When Angelina Joilie’s story broke last week, I knew I had to get going on this post. Her story was the perfect lead in. Some call Angelina a hero; I certainly do applaud her decision to go public about her prophylactic bilateral mastectomy.Enough about her, though. I’d like to tell you about a group of women of the non-celebrity type who definitely are heroes to me.They are the ladies behind the new book, The Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival.
    As I wrote about in my Voices of Hope DVD project post, I’ve encountered some incredible women since my cancer diagnosis who are accomplishing amazing things. Another one of these women is my friend Nicki Boscia Durlester, author of Beyond the Pink Moon. In her book, Nicki shares about the staggering number of cancer diagnoses in her family and about the impact that reality has had on her life. Nicki is a breast cancer survivor. She is also BRCA2 positive.
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    After publishing her book, Nicki started a Facebook group to provide a safe place for others with hereditary risk to discuss all things regarding hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. That’s a lot of stuff to discuss! The group soon grew in numbers (I’m one of them!) and evolved into something more than even Nicki had ever expected. Fears, hopes, questions, answers, anxieties, dreams, struggles, losses and triumphs were shared by the group’s members. But more importantly, women grew to care about one another and friendships formed.Eventually, Nicki got the idea to gather together some of the stories the Lovelies (that’s what they call themselves) shared within this group. She compiled the stories together in a book, The Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival. (Like usual, I was late to the party and missed out).
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    This book is a collection of fifty of those stories and every story is as unique as the woman who shares it.
    In part one survivor stories are shared by women who’ve survived breast cancer or ovarian cancer. In part two stories are shared by previvors – women like Angelina Jolie, women who’ve made difficult decisions to undergo prophylactic preventive procedures before cancer strikes, or the equally huge decision to opt for diligent surveillance.
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    All of the stories are powerful and inspirational. They are also very much grounded in reality – the reality of living with hereditary cancer risk and the fact that there are not always happy endings.
    A cancer diagnosis can feel isolating. Learning you are BRCA positive, or living with the threat of hereditary risk even if you test negative, can be isolating as well.I often recall the words my oncologist said to me the day I found out I am BRCA2 positive, “You know, you really are quite rare.”Under different circumstances, such words might have been a compliment.
    This is exactly why reading these compelling stories about survivors and previvors all compiled together in one book was tremendously moving for me. Though not all the women who shared their stories in the book ended up testing positive for a BRCA mutation, all the women are like me; they understand what it’s like to live knowing cancer risk lurks in your family’s DNA.
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    But even if this is not the case for your family, these women are like you too.
    They are mothers, grandmothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, wives and friends. They are from different corners of the world. They are women of varying ages, ethnicities, shapes and sizes, occupations and interests. Some have had cancer themselves and some have not.
    One of the most stunning realizations for me when reading this book was reading over and over again words written by some of the previvors telling about their earliest memories, which so many times means remembering cancer.
    Helen Smith, a BRCA1 previvor from Ohio writes:“For as long as I can remember, cancer has been a part of my life… I can remember sitting on a tricycle outside watching the medics take my grandmother away on a gurney. My next memory of her was in the hospital. They allowed me to see her… It was the last time I would see her alive.”
    And Edel Taylor, a BRCA1 previvor from Australia, writes:“My first memory was my second birthday and being minded by my Nan and Pop as my Mum was in hospital recovering from surgery for breast cancer.”
    Rachel Harrison, a BRCA1 previvor from Minnesota, writes these moving words:
    “Memories of being a little girl usually include dressing up in your mommy’s clothes, bracelets, necklaces, and high heels. For me there was one more memory, dressing up in mommy’s fake breast… She was twenty-nine years old.”
    Yes, some of the stories include incredibly heartbreaking accounts of cancer-stained family histories, but this is the stark reality for many who live with hereditary cancer.
    These women do not share to garner sympathy; no, not these women. They share with one goal in mind – to save lives.
    I am inspired by the women whose stories are highlighted in the Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival. They might not be rich and they certainly aren’t famous, not yet anyway, but they are courageous, caring and compassionate ‘Lovelies’ for sure.
    I think they just might be heroes too.
    Thank you to all the ‘Lovelies’ who shared their stories in this book and thank you to those who share more quietly behind the scenes every day as well.
    Important note! 100% of the proceeds earned from sales of this book will go to breast and ovarian cancer RESEARCH!
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    Image used with permission. Click on image for more information about how to buy.
    Also, be sure to visit the Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival’s Facebook page and while you’re there, be sure to like it!
    Shortcut to: http://nancyspoint.com/the-pink-moon-lovelies-empowering-stories-of-survival-a-review-giveaway/

  7. 207
    anustin Says:

    the lozzetirate is yanking the night????? gawd that is amazing bwahahahaha.

    anywho.re its killing her .poppa pitt is so inloved with the jolie.

  8. 208
    Phool Says:

    Winnipeg cancer survivor applauds Angelina Jolie’s decision
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    Breast-cancer survivor hopes Angleina Jolie’s double-mastectomy will shed light on treatment options

    Breast cancer survivors in Winnipeg are applauding a major celebrity’s decision to have a preventive double mastectomy.
    Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday she underwent a preventive double mastectomy after learning she carried a gene that made it very likely the 37 year old would get breast cancer.Jolie’s mother died of ovarian cancer at the age of 56.”Very proud of her. She’s very brave. I get it, absolutely get it,” Aimee Horbul of Winnipeg told CBC News on Tuesday.Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001, Horbul chose to have one breast removed. Six months later, she underwent a preventative mastectomy on the other breast.”For me, I didn’t ever want to be faced with something like that ever again,” she said.Now cancer-free for the past 12 years, Horbul said having her breast removed was the best decision she ever made.
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    ‘Let’s do it’
    Another Winnipegger, Myla Meyer, said Jolie’s decision could help shed light on the options available to women at risk of breast cancer.
    Meyer was diagnosed with breast cancer eight years ago. She survived her first round, but had the breast cancer come back seven years later.
    The 47-year-old had a double mastectomy last year and was in treatment until doctors had to stop her chemotherapy because she contracted an infection.
    Her oncologist told her she should have the breast cancer gene test, the same one that showed Jolie would have an 87 per cent chance of getting breast cancer later in life.
    That test is now in the process of being completed.
    Meyer said more women need to be made aware of the availability of the gene test.
    “If we can darn well tootin’ stop it from happening, like, let’s do it,” said Meyer.
    “Because after you get it, it’s a lot more difficult battle.”
    Meyer said if her results come up positive for the “faulty” gene that causes breast cancer, she will have her 17-year-old daughter tested as well. If her daughter is positive, she will recommend a double mastectomy.
    Meyer said the gene test is available to women in Manitoba, as is the mastectomy and reconstructive surgery.
    Dr. Dhali Dhaliwal of CancerCare Manitoba says testing for the BRCA1 gene is done for a very specific group of women.
    “You focus on the groups that have a strong family history, particularly [a] family history of breast cancer at an early age,” he said.
    Many opt for surgery, genetics counsellor says
    Kim Serface, a genetics counsellor in Winnipeg, says she sees about 100 women a year who opt to take the test.
    About half of the women she sees who have the gene opt to have a double mastectomy, she said.
    Serface said Jolie’s decision to go public is admirable and will hopefully help others understand why some women make the choice to undergo the surgery.
    “Their friends have said, you know, ‘Why would you do this? You don’t have cancer,’” she said.
    “But, you know, when you’re faced with a very high risk of cancer, and you’ve lost a number of individuals, this seems like the most sane choice for some individuals.”
    Serface said the decision is a very personal choice and she hopes Jolie’s experience will help women feel more comfortable with whatever choice they have made.
    Shortcut to: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/14/mb-cancer-survivor-applauds-angelina-jolie-double-mastectomy-winnipeg.html

  9. 209
    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie celebrates birthday with Brad Pitt and her children
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    By Seamus Duff Wednesday 5 Jun 2013 12:13 pm
    Angelina Jolie celebrated turning 38 on Tuesday in style – surrounded by her six children and heartthrob partner Brad Pitt.
    The Hollywood A list couple are currently travelling the world as Brad, 49, promotes his latest action film, World War Z.
    But the family managed to find time and dined out together in Berlin to celebrate Angelina’s happy returns.
    The stars were joined by children Maddox, 11, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, as they headed out for sushi.
    Angelina looked healthy and glowing as she celebrated with her family, and elegant in a classic black dress.
    A source from the restaurant provided details of the celebrations telling E! News: ‘Angelina and Brad sat across from each other. They seemed very happy together.’
    ‘The kids sang “Happy Birthday” to Angelina and a strawberry pudding cake was brought out,’ they added.
    Tomb Raider actress Angelina recently revealed she underwent a preventative double mastectomy after discovering she posed a high risk of developing breast cancer.
    She made her first public appearance with Brad on Sunday since her revelation at the world premiere of his film in London’s Leicester Square.
    Shortcut to: http://metro.co.uk/2013/06/05/angelina-jolie-celebrates-birthday-with-brad-pitt-and-her-children-3829189/

  10. 210
    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie flaunts sexy, strapless dress at Brad Pitt’s movie premiere on her bday
    ———————————————————————————————–London, June 5 (ANI): Angelina Jolie looked stunning and sexy in a white strapless dress at the Berlin premiere of her fiance Brad Pitt’s ‘World War Z’ on June 4, 2013, her 38th birthday.
    In the silk crepe dress, custom made by European design house Ralph ‘n’ Russo, the star made sure that all eyes were on her and her longtime love, whose all-black ensemble offered a nice contrast to her bright look, Us magazine reported.
    The ‘Original Sin’ star’s costume featured a peplum waist, rose-gold detailing, and tiny round buttons down the back.
    Her long, brunette hair was curled into soft waves, and she beamed as she posed next to Pitt, 49, on the red carpet.
    The Berlin premiere was Jolie’s third official appearance after her double mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery. (ANI)
    Shortcut to: http://in.omg.yahoo.com/news/angelina-jolie-flaunts-sexy-strapless-dress-brad-pitts-114016541.html

  11. 211
    pencil Says:

    Knox is the best looking kid among the whites of that family by now.

  12. 212
    Phool Says:

    Superparents! Brangelina take all six of their kids out for dinner… as they celebrate Angelina’s 38th birthday in Berlin
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    By George Stark

    They’re currently touring the world to promote his new zombie flick World War Z.
    But that doesn’t mean Brad Pitt, 48, and Angelina Jolie, 38, can’t muster up some precious family time with their children.
    Brad and Ange were seen out with their six-strong brood in Berlin on Tuesday, to celebrate Angelina’s 38th birthday.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2336033/Brangelina-children-dinner–celebrate-Angelinas-38th-birthday-Berlin.html#ixzz2VLAuWJj4

  13. 213
    lylian Says:

    bringing over from previous thread:
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    @Gold dust woman:
    .
    Brad Pitt described as ‘fat’ by women who pretended to swoon over the tubs of lard that were Vince Vaughan and Gerard Bloatler – you couldn’t make it up!
    .
    >>>>>>>>>
    .
    Oh God! This brings back memories. The Vince Vaughan is better looking than Brad Pitt comments, – YAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
    .
    Delusional but hey! At least it’s comical!
    .

  14. 214
    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie is a sexy siren at Berlin ‘World War Z’ premiere
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    Angelina Jolie looked every inch the glamorous Hollywood icon at the premiere of Brad Pitt’s new film, “World War Z,” in Berlin June 4. Angelina wowed the red carpet in a body-hugging belted white cocktail dress that accentuated her tiny waist and lithe torso. The premiere coincided with Jolie’s 38th birthday.Angelina has said that she doesn’t feel any less of a woman after undergoing a preventive double mastectomy in February 2013, and her stunning post-surgery appearance proves her point.”I do not feel any less of a woman,” Angelina wrote in NY Times op-ed. “I feel empowered that I made a strong choice that in no way diminishes my femininity.”
    -
    Jolie had both her breasts removed in February and underwent reconstructive breast-implant surgery in April, and is pleased with the results.
    “I had the major surgery [in mid-February], where the breast tissue is removed and temporary fillers are put in place,” she wrote. “The operation can take eight hours. You wake up with drain tubes and expanders in your breasts. But days after surgery you can be back to a normal life.”The final surgery is completed with the reconstruction of the breasts with an implant. There have been many advances in this procedure in the last few years, and the results can be beautiful.”
    -
    Angelina, who says she “feels great” these days, will undergo surgery to remove her ovaries in the near future due to the BRCA1 gene, which has decimated her family. Jolie’s maternal grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle and mother all died of cancer.
    Angelina’s fiance, Brad Pitt, said he’s relieved that the specter of a premature death from cancer no longer looms in her future. “I’m just relieved that [cancer's] not going to be the thing that takes her out,” he said.“The biggest fear as a father is keeping the family alive and safe and together, and she did that. I’m getting a bit teary-eyed thinking about it.
    http://www.examiner.com/article/angelina-jolie-is-a-sexy-siren-at-berlin-world-war-z-premiere?cid=rss

  15. 215
    Phool Says:

    (This post is for First and last Post please feel free to carry on to next post if not happy thank you:
    FALP just saw this thought it will tickle your fancy)
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    Michael Douglas Can Be the Indecent Angelina Jolie
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    On Sunday, Michael Douglas gave new meaning to the phrase “too much information.”
    In a Guardian article, Douglas was asked whether he regretted his past smoking and drinking, which writer Xan Brooks assumed had precipitated the actor’s throat cancer. The star went in a slightly different direction: “No. Because, without wanting to get too specific, this particular cancer is caused by HPV, which actually comes about from cunnilingus.”
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    Not surprisingly, the Internet went wild. Snarky tweets emerged. The Daily Beast revived the dental dam. The Atlantic offered a full-body condom video. At Salon, Mary Elizabeth Williams — after acknowledging that Douglas had science to support his words and that his statement might raise awareness of human papilloma virus — did some scolding: “It’s hard not to detect more than a touch of braggadocio in Douglas’ frankness. He didn’t get cancer from his well-documented years of smoking and drinking, oh no! He got it from servicing the ladies.”
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    Douglas’s spokesman, Allen Burry, went on a media tour trying to insist that the actor never explicitly said oral sex had caused his disease. He told the Associated Press: “In a discussion with the newspaper, they talked about the causes of oral cancer, one of which was oral sex, which is noted and has been known for a while now.” Burry told New York’s Daily News that it wasn’t anyone’s business whether Douglas tested positive for an HPV strain tied to oral cancer. Douglas’s personal medical history wasn’t anyone’s business until he made it everyone’s business. He shouldn’t quit talking now: He has an opportunity to do for HPV awareness among males what Angelina Jolie recently did for mastectomy and genetic testing for women.
    Like Angelina Jolie, who made her first red-carpet appearance since her February double mastectomy on the same day the Guardian story appeared, Douglas has the star power to magnify any message.
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    Douglas’s course will be the rougher one. Angelina Jolie made her admission in a op-ed in the New York Times. She asserted that she was sharing her story to enable others to “benefit from my experience.”
    Douglas’s comments were both more informal and less accurate. Yes, according to the National Cancer Institute, more than half of U.S. cancer cases of the oropharynx, the middle part of the throat, are tied to one of the more than 150 strains of HPV: HPV 16. A 2011 report indicated that HPV may cause more throat cancer in men than smoking and that, by 2020, the virus would probably lead to more instances of throat cancer than cervical cancer.
    -

    But smoking increases the risk of getting cancer after being infected by a high-risk HPV strain. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that males and females be vaccinated at ages 11 or 12, before they are probably sexually active. If they were not vaccinated when they were younger, though, males ages 13 to 21 and females 13 to 26 should also receive the shots. The Gardasil vaccine, the only of the two vaccines tested and licensed for use in males, protects against four strains of HPV, including HPV 16, though it has not been explicitly approved for the prevention of oral cancers. Douglas’s subsequent claim that cunnilingus is actually “the best cure” for throat cancer? The actor may have been joking, but in any case there doesn’t seem be medical grounds for that cure.
    -

    Much of the pushback to Angelina Jolie’s piece has actually furthered the conversation about breast cancer, tests for genetic mutations and mastectomy. There have even been serious discussions online about the affordability of Angleina Jolie’s course of action, the risk that remains even after a mastectomy and treatment alternatives. We should hope that Douglas’s indiscretion incites a similarly useful debate. It has already created a rush to unearth facts and statistics.
    -

    In Salon, Williams lamented that Douglas was even asked how he got sick: “You know what people who’ve had Stage 4 cancer shouldn’t have to account for? How they got their cancer. They shouldn’t be expected to turn their illness into an exercise in rationalization – I’m not a loser who got cancer from smoking; I’m a bad-ass who got it from servicing Catherine Zeta-Jones!”
    -

    There was nothing wrong with the question or Douglas’s answer. In fact, the actor seems willing to undertake an educational role; at an American Cancer Society event on Monday, Douglas said: “I never expected to become a poster boy for head and neck cancer, but, if after what started out as trying to answer a couple of questions about the suspected sources of this disease results in opening up discussion and furthering public awareness, then I’ll stand by that.”
    And he should.
    (Zara Kessler is an assistant editor and producer for Bloomberg View. Follow her
    Douglas has an opportunity to do for HPV awareness among males what Angelina Jolie recently did for mastectomy and genetic testing for women.

    http://bloom.bg/15yCjAk

  16. 216
    Phool Says:

    Inside Details of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s Family Birthday Dinner in Berlin After World War Z Premiere
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    Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their children were spotted enjoying a family dinner at Kuchi Restaurant in Berlin after the premiere of World War Z.
    The Brangelina brood were on hand for a very special occasion: Jolie’s 38th birthday.
    The actor couple already had a romantic dinner without their six children in Paris after the city’s premiere of the flick, but included them in the Berlin bash.
    A source tells E! News that the family’s nearly three-hour dinner began around 9:30 p.m. and that the group sat in a private room.
    “They ordered speciality ramen, dumplings and sushi. Brad loved the toro sushi. Angelina and Brad sat across from each other. They seemed very happy together,” the source added.
    “The kids sang Happy Birthday to Angelina and a strawberry pudding cake was brought out.”
    Jolie looked stunning, wearing a little black dress and nude pumps to dinner, while daughter Zahara led the pack to their car in an adorable pink gown.
    The actress also held hands with Knox, who was sporting an all-black ensemble (similar to his parents’ matching outfits from yesterday).
    Pitt followed a little behind to make sure everyone was accounted for and no child got left behind.
    What a fabulous birthday so far!
    http://uk.eonline.com/news/426332/inside-details-of-angelina-jolie-and-brad-pitt-s-family-birthday-dinner-in-berlin-after-world-war-z-premiere?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-topstories&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_topstories

  17. 217
    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie Celebrates Birthday With Brad Pitt In Berlin (PHOTOS)
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    Angelina Jolie turned 38 on Tuesday and to celebrate, the “Tomb Raider” star joined fiancé Brad Pitt at the premiere of his upcoming film “World War Z” in Berlin, Germany.The red carpet event marks the Brange’s third consecutive appearance together since La Jolie announced in May that she underwent a double mastectomy.
    -
    Angie made her first post-mastectomy debut on Sunday with Pitt at the “World War Z” London premiere and wore an elegant black cutout frock which highlighted her toned tummy. On Monday, the Hollywood power couple struck style gold yet again in matching black suits and ponytails.
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    For her (literal) birthday suit, the yummy mummy sported a blinding white thigh-skimming dress with a peplum top and a metallic mirror belt. (Luckily for us, both Angie and Brad got rid of their ponytails. We just couldn’t handle it again.)
    -
    The smoking hot couple clearly still had the hots for each other even though they’ve been together for eight years, which is longer than Pitt’s marriage to Jennifer Aniston, which lasted five. With her hand on Brad’s chest, the “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” star looked happy to have the support of her longtime partner.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/06/04/angelina-jolie-birthday-brad-pitt_n_3385620.html

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  18. 218
    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie is a sexy siren at Berlin ‘World War Z’ premiere
    ————————————————————————————-
    Angelina Jolie looked every inch the glamorous Hollywood icon at the premiere of Brad Pitt’s new film, “World War Z,” in Berlin June 4. Angelina wowed the red carpet in a body-hugging belted white cocktail dress that accentuated her tiny waist and lithe torso. The premiere coincided with Jolie’s 38th birthday.Angelina has said that she doesn’t feel any less of a woman after undergoing a preventive double mastectomy in February 2013, and her stunning post-surgery appearance proves her point.”I do not feel any less of a woman,” Angelina wrote in NY Times op-ed. “I feel empowered that I made a strong choice that in no way diminishes my femininity.”
    -
    Jolie had both her breasts removed in February and underwent reconstructive breast-implant surgery in April, and is pleased with the results.
    “I had the major surgery [in mid-February], where the breast tissue is removed and temporary fillers are put in place,” she wrote. “The operation can take eight hours. You wake up with drain tubes and expanders in your breasts. But days after surgery you can be back to a normal life.”The final surgery is completed with the reconstruction of the breasts with an implant. There have been many advances in this procedure in the last few years, and the results can be beautiful.”
    Angelina, who says she “feels great” these days, will undergo surgery to remove her ovaries in the near future due to the BRCA1 gene, which has decimated her family. Jolie’s maternal grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle and mother all died of cancer.
    -
    Angelina’s fiance, Brad Pitt, said he’s relieved that the specter of a premature death from cancer no longer looms in her future. “I’m just relieved that [cancer's] not going to be the thing that takes her out,” he said.“The biggest fear as a father is keeping the family alive and safe and together, and she did that. I’m getting a bit teary-eyed thinking about it.
    http://www.examiner.com/article/angelina-jolie-is-a-sexy-siren-at-berlin-world-war-z-premiere?cid=rss

  19. 219
    Love brad! Says:

    You fans are wonderful fans. The best . Why the need to respond to ever **** & pissy looking for a GOODTIME ???? Concentrate on the JPs and for get the sick – haters. You are inviteeing the all the crazy b- itches to come to the JPs threads and PLAY. I do believe they think its fun here.
    You are incurrageing the hagglers. one lone crazy-b-itch u-name all over the intired board. she think she’s the STAR.

  20. 220
    Phool Says:

    10 Reasons Why Angelina Jolie Is Better Than You
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    There’s a reason why Angelina Jolie is the love of Brad Pitt’s life. This down-to-earth yet gorgeous humanitarian has made waves with her acting skills and continues to steal the hearts of many with her killer looks and kind deeds. Not only has she won numerous awards, but she’s also (presumably) close to saving the world. As she’s turning 38-year-old this Tuesday, Celebuzz is taking a look at just why Jolie is, well, pretty much awesome.
    If you don’t remember why she’s an inspiration, here’s a list of reminders for you:
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    1. She is the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) since April 2012. So very casual, just visiting over 20 countries and lending a helping hand by donating 1/3 of her earnings to charity.
    2. She recently declared that she underwent a Double Mastectomy surgery because she had an 87% risk of developing breast cancer. She feels great and looks even better.
    3. Angie’s sexy legs at the 2012 Oscars. You’re envious, right?
    4. She’s spreading awareness about Breast Cancer and redefining herself every day. Oh you know, saying “Hasta La Vista” to cancer.
    5. She can dodge a bullet and be a badass. Yeah, ok. I can do that on a daily basis.
    6. She’s a mother of 6 children! She’s adopted three — Maddox, Pax Thien and Zahara — and birthed Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne on her own. A big family is a happy family — especially if it consists of one from different parts of the world, am I right?
    7. She thinks teenagers are heroes. Ok, what’s not to love about her? Still on her team, right?
    8. Because… just look at her.
    9. Angie gave her Oscar, Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Critic Choice Award to her mother. She felt she didn’t need to hang on to awards. I mean, I have so many awards — so why not?
    10. She has tattoos of the coordinates representing the birth countries of each of her kids (she even has the coordinates of France tattooed on her arm twice, one each for Knox and Viv).
    .
    Stay awesome, Angie!

    http://www.celebuzz.com/2013-06-04/10-reasons-why-angelina-jolie-is-better-than-you/

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    Phool Says:

    Angelina Jolie at ‘World War Z’ premiere: Brad Pitt’s baby mama wows in white on Berlin red carpet
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    Angelina Jolie didn’t just step outside her fashion box, she burned that bad boy straight to the ground. Brad Pitt’s baby mama looked white hot in a strapless silk crepe peplum dress by Ralph & Russo as she smiled her way down the red carpet alongside Brad at the Berlin premiere of “World War Z” Tuesday (June 4).
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    The mother of six is known for playing it safe, and sometimes overly conservative, when it comes to her red carpet looks — minus that whole Oscars leg-jutting appearance, that is. But this little white dress puts any LBD to shame. And those gold metal hardware details at the waistline are nothing short of fierce. Jolie turned heads earlier in the week when she stepped on to her first red carpet since revealing she had undergone a prophylactic double mastectomy.
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    Ange was looking ultra glam at the London premiere of Brad’s (hopefully) summer blockbuster in a black, flowing Saint Laurent gown with a sheer cutout straight across her abs. Keep workin’ Angie. Because we are loving it.
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    http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2013/06/angelina-jolie-at-world-war-z-premiere-brad-pitts-baby-mama-wows-in-white-on-berlin-red-carpet.html

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    raalph Says:

    either bloated Brad looks like he’s ready to launch his dinner or is thinking about getting into bed with a skeleton
    and
    little kurt cobain has greasy hair

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    Phool Says:

    World War Z (2013)
    The story revolves around United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Pitt), who traverses the world in a race against time to stop a pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself. (C) Paramount

    Shortcut to: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/world-war-z/

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    Phool Says:

    Her leading man! Brad Pitt helps Angelina Jolie up the stairs at WWZ German premiere
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    5 Jun 2013 10:47
    Angelina Jolie opted for a stunning white silk crepe peplum dress for the German premiere – a marked change for Ange, who has been in black so far on the WWZ promotional tour We are used to seeing Hollywood’s finest glide along the red carpet in even the most teetering of heels.
    But sometimes even A-list royalty needs a helping hand – and who better to be standing by than a dashing Brad Pitt.
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    The World War Z actor helped his partner Angelina Jolie up a few rather tricky stairs outside the German premiere of his latest film.
    Angelina looked stunning as she walked the red carpet on Brad’s arm – on Tuesday she ditched her trademark black and went for a simple white peplum dress. And although the gown oozed simplicity, its intricate detailing made for a stunning appearance outside the Sony Centre.
    The Ralph & Russo strapless crepe gown had a series of buttons down the back and rose-gold detailing, all added to the flattering peplum, scroll down for a look at a selection of stunning shots.
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    The 37-year-old actress thanked fans for their support earlier this week as she wowed at the London premiere of her husband’s new movie.
    Speaking about Brad Pitt, star of World War Z, beaming Angelina said: “He’s a wonderful man and father. He’s been extraordinary. I’m very, very lucky.” Clutching a teddy bear given to her by a young admirer, Angelina passed the toy on to a little girl – who burst into tears. Comforting the youngster, Angelina said: “But it’s a nice teddy.”
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    Last month, the star revealed she had undergone surgery to remove both her breasts , after discovering she had a high risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.The disease killed her mother, actress Marcheline Bertrand, at the age of 56 in 2007. Angelina said: “I feel great. I am very moved and grateful for all the support. I have been very happy to see the discussion about women’s health expanded.”
    Brad, 49 , said: “I was so proud of her before this. This is who she is. She’s going to face it head on and find out what her options are.
    “I always want her by my side – it’s more fun when she’s around.”

    Check out all the latest News, Sport & Celeb gossip at Mirror.co.uk http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/world-war-z-brad-pitt-1932791#ixzz2VLX5aY41

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    Phool Says:

    How Angelina Jolie’s Double Mastectomy Shed Light on the BRCA1 Gene
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    By tiffycat on June 5, 2013
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    The world was abuzz when news first broke out last month about Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double mastectomy. Her decision to undergo the preemptive surgery earlier this year was due to the fact that she tested positive for BRCA 1. What is BRCA1?If you haven’t gone scrambling to your computer to Google what it means, here’s a short background:There are types of tumor-suppressing genes and these include BRCA1 and BRCA2. The full names of these genes are breast cancer susceptibility gene 1 and breast cancer susceptibility gene 2. Normally, these genes aid in stabilizing the cell’s DNA and preventing uncontrollable cell growth. However, if harmful mutations exist in the BRCA genes, these can lead to either breast or ovarian cancer.Though BRCA1 and BRCA2 are very similar, it is the harmful mutations in the former that are more dangerous since breast cancers caused by this gene are harder to treat. It is unlike the tumors caused by BRCA2 mutations, which can be treated using hormone therapies.
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    What are the chances?
    The National Cancer Institute has stated that about 12% of the female population will most likely develop breast cancer at some point in their lives. For women who have been tested positive for a harmful BRCA mutation, the risk of developing breast cancer is multiplied. For Jolie, whose mother Marcheline Bertrand died of ovarian cancer in 2007 and whose aunt recently died of breast cancer, the chances of developing either is even higher, which is why she decided to undergo the preventive surgery that would minimize her risk of getting the disease.
    In the New York Times article that contained Jolie’s revelation, she explains how her children were a major factor in her decision to have double mastectomy. She didn’t want them to fear that they would lose her to breast cancer. After her operation, she reveals that her chances of developing the disease has significantly dropped from the doctor’s estimate of 87% to under 5%. angleina Jolie urges women especially those with a family history of having breast or ovarian cancer, to take initiative and look up information on the topic and to seek advice from medical experts. She hopes to inspire them to make informed choices as they deal with this difficult aspect of life.
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    Knowing your family’s medical background is important…
    If you are adopted or are estranged from your family, it’s best that you do some investigation regarding your family’s medical background so you can take the necessary precautions against diseases like hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. If you need help searching for family online, you can use the search by zip code function of Mylife.com. When you find your biological family, you can learn about family conditions that have been passed on from generation to generation, including what are the odds of you getting a condition like diabetes.
    The decision to get double mastectomy is not for everyone. Still it is better to be aware of the risks and the steps you can take to minimize that risk so you can live your life to the fullest.

    Shortcut to: http://www.hivehealthmedia.com/how-angelina-jolies-double-mastectomy-shed-light-on-the-brca1-gene/

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