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Is Angelina Jolie a Righty or Lefty? Watch Celebs Guess!

Is Angelina Jolie a Righty or Lefty? Watch Celebs Guess!

Angelina Jolie makes her way out of LAX Airport after arriving back in town on Tuesday afternoon (January 27) in Los Angeles.

The 39-year-old actress/director is returning from Iraq where she visited over the weekend to spend time with displaced Iraqis at the Kurdish Refugee Camp.

Angelina‘s movie Unbroken won a SAG Award this weekend for its stunt ensemble and on the red carpet, many stars were asked the question: “Is Angelina Jolie a righty or a lefty?”

Watch below to see if the celebs could figure it out (spoiler alert: she’s a lefty!).

FYI: Angelina is wearing Dana Rebecca Designs earrings.

Is Angelina Jolie a Righty or Lefty? Watch Stars Guess!
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  • lucy

    Bet Brad and the kids are happy she’s home, safe and sound.

  • JPFamily

    God bless her, so happy to see her back safe and sound!

    Thank you Jared and team for the new pics.

    Angelina Jolie Still Manages To Look Glamorous Even After Stepping Off A Flight From Iraq

    X17 Pics

  • JPFamily

    Wonderful inspiring Op-Ed from Angie.

    The Opinion Pages | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

    A New Level of Refugee Suffering
    Angelina Jolie on the Syrians and Iraqis Who Can’t Go Home
    By ANGELINA JOLIE JAN. 27, 2015

    KHANKE, Iraq — I HAVE visited Iraq five times since 2007, and I have seen nothing like the suffering I’m witnessing now.

    I came to visit the camps and informal settlements where displaced Iraqis and Syrian refugees are desperately seeking shelter from the fighting that has convulsed their region.

    In almost four years of war, nearly half of Syria’s population of 23 million people has been uprooted. Within Iraq itself, more than two million people have fled conflict and the terror unleashed by extremist groups. These refugees and displaced people have witnessed unspeakable brutality. Their children are out of school, they are struggling to survive, and they are surrounded on all sides by violence.

    For many years I have visited camps, and every time, I sit in a tent and hear stories. I try my best to give support. To say something that will show solidarity and give some kind of thoughtful guidance. On this trip I was speechless.

    What do you say to a mother with tears streaming down her face who says her daughter is in the hands of the Islamic State, or ISIS, and that she wishes she were there, too? Even if she had to be raped and tortured, she says, it would be better than not being with her daughter.

    What do you say to the 13-year-old girl who describes the warehouses where she and the others lived and would be pulled out, three at a time, to be raped by the men? When her brother found out, he killed himself.

    How can you speak when a woman your own age looks you in the eye and tells you that her whole family was killed in front of her, and that she now lives alone in a tent and has minimal food rations?

    In the next tent, I met a family of eight children. No parents. Father killed. Mother missing, most likely taken. The 19-year-old boy is the sole breadwinner. When I comment that it is a lot of responsibility for his age, he just smiles and puts his arm around his young sister. He tells me he is grateful he has the opportunity to work and help them. He means it. He and his family are the hope for the future. They are resilient against impossible odds.

    Nothing prepares you for the reality of so much individual human misery: for the stories of suffering and death, and the gaze of hungry, traumatized children.

    Who can blame them for thinking that we have given up on them? Only a fraction of the humanitarian aid they need is being provided. There has been no progress on ending the war in Syria since the Geneva process collapsed 12 months ago. Syria is in flames, and areas of Iraq are gripped by fighting. The doors of many nations are bolted against them. There is nowhere they can turn.

    Syria’s neighbors have taken in nearly four million Syrian refugees, but they are reaching their limits. Syrian refugees now make up 10 percent of Jordan’s population. In Lebanon, every fourth person is now a Syrian. They need food, shelter, education, health care and work. This means fewer resources available for local people. Far wealthier countries might crack under these pressures.

    Stories of terror, barrel bombs and massacres have acquired an awful familiarity. There is a great temptation to turn inward, to focus on our own troubles.

    But the plain fact is we cannot insulate ourselves against this crisis. The spread of extremism, the surge in foreign fighters, the threat of new terrorism — only an end to the war in Syria will begin to turn the tide on these problems. Without that, we are just tinkering at the edges.

    At stake are not only the lives of millions of people and the future of the Middle East, but also the credibility of the international system. What does it say about our commitment to human rights and accountability that we seem to tolerate crimes against humanity happening in Syria and Iraq on a daily basis?

    When the United Nations refugee agency was created after World War II, it was intended to help people return to their homes after conflict. It wasn’t created to feed, year after year, people who may never go home, whose children will be born stateless, and whose countries may never see peace. But that is the situation today, with 51 million refugees, asylum-seekers or displaced people worldwide, more than at any time in the organization’s history.

    Much more assistance must be found to help Syria’s neighbors bear the unsustainable burden of millions of refugees. The United Nations’ humanitarian appeals are significantly underfunded. Countries outside the region should offer sanctuary to the most vulnerable refugees in need of resettlement — for example, those who have experienced rape or torture. And above all, the international community as a whole has to find a path to a peace settlement. It is not enough to defend our values at home, in our newspapers and in our institutions. We also have to defend them in the refugee camps of the Middle East, and the ruined ghost towns of Syria.

    Angelina Jolie is a filmmaker, special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and co-founder of the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative.

  • busted

    Glad she is home..

    I hope everyone will try and make a donation if they can. Any little bit helps.

    I saw that older thread and it seemed the Hags are pissed. Why are they even reading comments on Angie and Brad thread is crazy.

  • wika

    Thanks for this. I love her writing ops. And I genuinely feel upset for all the terror that’s happening to these refugees… I hope I can really be out there to help in the future.

  • Juliana

    They say the Jolie- Pitts fans are crazy , but it’s super normal to have a profile picture on Twitter of a baby does not even exist and apparently will not even exist.

  • JPFamily

    You are so welcome, wika!

    Don Bachardy puts honest face on fame in ‘Hollywood’

    He might be the only man with an opportunity to see Angelina Jolie in the nude who told her to please keep her clothes on.

    Portrait artist Don Bachardy had been commissioned in 2005 by Jolie’s mother, Marcheline Bertrand, to document the actress’ growing belly during each trimester of her first pregnancy. When Jolie arrived at Bachardy’s Santa Monica home studio, she immediately began to undress.

    “I said, ‘Oh, wait, wait!’” exclaims the artist, now 80, before cracking a mischievous grin. “I wanted to do at least one clothed picture of her, just to prove I could hold my hand steady enough to keep it from shaking.”

    After that first picture, Jolie disrobed and Bachardy realized “she was actually more comfortable without her clothes on than with.”

    “That’s a very rare sitter,” Bachardy says. “Very rare.

    Bachardy would know. His new book, “Hollywood,” features more than 300 portraits of Tinseltown luminaries both classic (Marlene Dietrich, Rita Hayworth) and contemporary (Jack Nicholson, Robert Downey Jr.), the bulk of which have never been published before.

    As the artist reaches this rich moment in his career, he is also carrying the weighty legacy of his longtime partner, English novelist Christopher Isherwood, whose work is celebrating two important benchmarks: the 75th anniversary of “Goodbye to Berlin,” upon which the musical “Cabaret” was based, and the 50th anniversary of “A Single Man,” which was inspired by his love for Bachardy. Isherwood died in 1986, but the couple’s influence on each other remains an enduring subject of fascination among their fans.

    Bachardy recently visited Berlin for the first time to talk about those influences and to commemorate the books’ anniversaries with Katherine Bucknell, the Isherwood scholar who has edited the writer’s journals and letters. Between protecting Isherwood’s memory, promoting his book and taking new commissions, including one by W magazine to paint Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Mark Ruffalo and Marion Cotillard, Bachardy is a busy man.

    In the three-bedroom home he shared with Isherwood, a land line rings with a persistence that makes Bachardy bristle.

    “God, that phone! I wish it’d stop going,” he says.

    Thin and fragile-looking despite regular sessions at the gym, Bachardy has short-cropped white hair and an impish demeanor. When he thinks he has said something naughty, he giggles like a schoolboy, revealing gapped front teeth. Although he was born and raised in Los Angeles, he speaks with a vaguely British accent, perhaps as a result of the 33 years he spent with Isherwood.

    “They had this intimate family bond, almost like brothers,” says Bucknell from her home in London. “They took other lovers and so on, but thanks to this insoluble bond between them, they found a way to live and be happy and creative.”

    During Bachardy’s trip to Berlin, where he and actor Simon Callow held a reading of Isherwood’s work and German Ambassador John Emerson hosted a dinner in the pair’s honor, much attention was paid to Bachardy and Isherwood’s status as pioneers of the gay liberation movement — not necessarily for their politics but for the open way they led their lives.

    Isherwood, Bucknell says, was one of the first major writers to create gay characters who were allowed to be “happy, healthy and whole.”

    Isherwood, having explored his sexuality to the fullest during his early years in Weimar Berlin, taught Bachardy, 30 years his junior, never to be ashamed of being gay. He took him to glamorous Hollywood parties at the home of David Selznick and Jennifer Jones that left Bachardy “goggle-eyed.” It was at these parties, and many others, that Bachardy met the coterie of stars who would become his most beloved subjects.

    Isherwood, however, was his first live sitter. Before drawing him, Bachardy had simply copied images from movie magazines. It was an experience that changed his life and came to define his signature style. He completes portraits in a single three- to four-hour sitting, and he refuses to sugarcoat what he sees. The result is rough and lifelike, filled with imperfection and revealing of emotion, no matter how closely guarded by his subject.

    “I can’t cheat,” Bachardy says. “The whole point of drawing from life is to draw what I see, and the truth of what I’m looking at is always far more interesting to me than any fantasy I may have in my head about a particular personality.”

    In the case of Isherwood, who was 48 when Bachardy’s eye first zoomed in on him, what Bachardy saw was age.

    “I lovingly rendered all those lines and pouches, and so when Chris came around and had his first look at it there was this stunned silence,” Bachardy recalls. “Here was his young lover creating this really unflattering portrait of him. But it looked very much like him, just him as a much older man.”

    Signatures from his subjects are one of Bachardy’s trademarks, but occasionally a sitter dislikes the picture and refuses to sign the work.

    “Don Bachardy is a superb example of a master draftsman. He uses very few lines to create highly compelling, realistic images,” says Asma Naeem, assistant curator of prints and drawings at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., which houses Bachardy prints, including one of the L.A. artist Ed Ruscha. “You can paint as many famous people as you want, but if you’re not good and you don’t command the sitter’s respect, you don’t become as accomplished as Bachardy is.”

    With the release of “Hollywood,” Bachardy says he’s done his service to this storied town. The book follows “Stars in My Eyes,” released in 2000, in which celebrity portraits were accompanied by the often-unflattering observations Bachardy jotted down in his journal after each sitting. “Hollywood” contains no commentary but does include a new sampling of drawings spanning the length of his career.

    All the Hollywood glitter is a bit misleading, Bachardy says, because celebrities account for only about 4% of the portraits he has done.

    “That doesn’t mean I haven’t done a lot of celebrities,” he says. “It means I’ve done an awful lot of work.”

    Some of that work, like Jolie’s pregnancy portraits, are in private hands, but most are crammed into Bachardy’s split-level studio. The volume keeps Bachardy up at night, and he is contemplating a better home for them, most likely at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, which already has the bulk of Isherwood’s papers. One day the idea is that their legacies will be as intertwined in death as in life.

    For the time being, though, he is just happy to see so many of them in “Hollywood,” which contains the greatest variety of his work of any book. It’s a tribute to his age and experience, which has taught him where to look for truth in the quiet moments that pass between him and another human.

    “My favorite part of any portrait is always the mouth,” he says. “Of course eyes are more telling than anything else, but the mouth is where the personality of a person most expresses itself.”

  • Saffron

    What a Dame!

  • bap

    Dame Angelina is a great writer, I visual her story telling.

  • Saffron

    LMAO…that’s priceless. They just get more pathetic by the day…which I really didn’t think was possible.

  • julianne

    Welcome back Angie…i think she is a lefty…

  • JPFamily

    So proud of her, as must Brad and the kids, they will be so joyous at her safe return .

    Well said, these tweeters:

    Arooj ‏@_ItsAr0oj 1 hr
    Angelina Jolie is one of the few celebrities who goes out her way to help & actually make a change, yet she still gets so much hate. Unfair

    Oniwura Bolarin ‏@Bolarin411 11 mins
    Angelina Jolie didn’t graduate at NYU but understands compassion much more than a Nigerian Prez with a Ph.D

    Dean K. Lieberman ‏@deanklieberman 12 mins
    Angelina Jolie, in NYT op-ed, rightly rebukes the int’l community on #Syria policies & #refugee , humanitarian crisis

    Short video of Angie at LAX today.
    A longer one will likely be available soon.

  • Juliana

    It’s scary that they have this obsession with blonde babies.

  • Saffron

    You’re right about that…

  • ndn

    So glad she’s home safe and sound with her family….Read her NY Times Op-ed page and it has moved me to tears….Her first accounts of the harsh situations in Iraq is disheartening…there are no easy solutions…I hope it gets the attention of the international leaders….

  • neil adlington

    “Angelina Jolie didn’t graduate at NYU but understands compassion much more than a Nigerian Prez with a Ph.D”
    THAT goes without saying. That “Prez” should be charged for war crimes. He, his wife and his regime are disgusting creatures.

  • The truth

    Mary Osei is more nuttier than we thought

  • Juliana
  • Barb

    lefty I bet

  • Juliana

    Some obsessed with an imaginary baby others think Brad still lives with Ticky.

  • cee

    OMG Do any of Brads exes ever get over him. Even their fans are obssessed with Brad. So sad for them.

  • trt

    Don’t these aniston fans know anything about genetics? A dark haired sire and a dark haired mother will not be begetting a blond baby. If the dominant color is dark as in brown eyes…you will not be getting a blue eyed Adonis or Venus. Blue eyes are recessive genes. In cats, blue eyed ones are deaf. So there. Tell them that there’s really no hope for them. All they’ll get is a big nosed offspring and that’s a sure thing.

  • trt

    You win.

  • Susan

    I’m surprised that she did not take Zahara out of the pram and put one of the twins in.

  • Saffron

    Not to worry…there are probably doctors who are able to make blue contacts for babies to keep the illusion going. Dye the hair and fix the nose…all before allowing the poor kid to be seen in public for the first time.

  • ndn

    ticky fans are cray cray….still wishing and dreaming that never comes………….lmao

  • toastie postie

    What an awesome writer she is.

  • changeling

    This twitter account and others who are friends and following it are the true definition of delusional. Delusional thoughts are often a sign of mental illness. I cannot even afford to laugh, they scare me….totally insane.

  • toastie postie

    Now that is sick but not in a good way.

  • GingerGirl

    She’s a QUEEN.

  • lyric

    Really really glad she’s home.

  • lyric

    That’s pretty disgusting.

  • Observer2

    And Ticky fans call us loons.

    Wow spelled backwards is still Wow.

  • anustin

    So happy she’s back home safely.

  • Jon M’Shulla

    She is not a lefty nor a righty. She’s an inbetweeny. Which is OK , moderation in everything.

  • Observer2

    Glad that Angelina made it home safely and great Op-Ed piece in the NYT.

    I’m sure that Brad and their kids are very happy to have her home. I know that she’s said that she hates to make Brad worry:

    It was a tough trip, with security issues. “Because it was so high in the north. . . . I don’t like it when Brad has to worry.” She was happy to be back home safe.–Angelina in Vogue 2010

  • thelookoflove1365

    Glad Angie is back home safe with her hubby & children.

  • 50ftQueenie

    I know right? I can’t believe this weird ass person actually spent their entire day reading comments and posting nonsense on a thread for 2 people they don’t like. And they think we’re loons for discussing people we like with others who feel the same way. It baffles me.

  • thelookoflove1365

    Thanks for sharing this.

  • busted

    Is this her first trip like this since they got married.. I think so. I’m glad she is home with her family.

  • 50ftQueenie

    Beautiful! Thanks for posting.

  • 50ftQueenie

    Some people are so friggin nuts.

  • anustin

    Yeah….pathetic and Delusiona .

  • thelookoflove1365

    This is full blown mental breakdown. 10 years & this person is still pining for Brad & X. It’s specially funny that they include 2 of the children’s pix in the Photoshop, when they know, X if she really wanted a baby could adopt with Gigolo but wont because she said kids are messy.
    Then they keep on saying Brad is old & ugly, so & so are hotter than Brad, yet here they are with their delusion on full display hoping for Brad to go back to X. Really sad existence for the X’s fans.

  • Juliana

    This was a response to Laney …

    This is a very common thing for Angelina
    Jolie, to make a high-profile UNHCR trip in the middle of the awards
    season. Sometimes I think she does it because that’s just when her free
    time falls. Sometimes I think Angelina plans these trips as way to
    spotlight not only her cause, but her separation from the superficial,
    self-gratulatory awards cycle. While all of the Hollywood celebrities play with their trophies, Angelina is in a war zones and refugee camps, meeting with people who were tortured by ISIS.
    In case anyone thinks Angelina is just doing this for attention… yeah, NO. Those were real tears and real
    emotions when she was meeting with refugees. And as the UNHCR
    voiceover clearly states, the UNHCR is trying to maintain these camps
    (and camps around the world) with a major budget shortfall. Angelina was sent out not just to monitor the state of these refugees, but to shame donor countries
    into giving more money. Besides all that, even though Iraqi Kurdistan
    is one of the safer places to be in the Middle East these days (that’s
    not saying much), this was still an incredibly dangerous journey for Angelina to take. Surely if her goal was just “getting attention,” she would have just wandered around LA wearing something cleavagey.

  • thelookoflove1365

    Not sure because they were married in Cali before the wedding in France.

  • lyric

    Very good comment.

  • JPFamily

    ‘Selma’ Premieres in London
    Associated Press

    Best Picture Oscar contender ‘Selma’ had its UK premiere Tuesday night in London, with star David Oyelowo and director Ava DuVernay walking the red carpet. (Jan. 27)

    Selma Director Ava DuVernay Not ‘ Bothered ’ by Award Snubs , Addresses #OscarsSoWhite

  • lucy

    O.M.G., this is craziness on the highest level. These people have to be in some sort of institution, surely people that are so obviously mentally ill, are not running free among normal people.
    Now, see, this is what Tick attracts, psychos, pedos, bitter betties, and just common gutter trash.

  • lucy

    Did someone actually ask if Angie was right handed or left handed. I didn’t look at the video. I thought everyone knew she was left handed. Weird thing to ask people.