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Why do some celebrities have to open their mouths and bash their exes? If you believe actor Brad Pitt, he opened his mouth this week, during an interview for this Sunday's Parade magazine, but he didn't intend to bash his ex, actress Jennifer Aniston.
Of course, Pitt and Aniston were married from 2000 until 2005, when he met his new (and current) girl friend, Angelina Jolie, on the movie set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. (It is also important to point out that Pitt and Jolie have denied they committed adultery before Pitt and Aniston were divorced).
But you read the interview and decide for yourself about Pitt's comments and whether or not they were directed, in any way, at Aniston. According to various news reports, during the interview, among other things, Pitt described his life, while he was married to Aniston, as dull and "pathetic."
Since the interview, Pitt has tried to make amends, by complimenting Aniston, and by emphasizing that he was only talking about his own life and career, and not about his marriage or about Aniston.
Who knows? Maybe, Pitt's explanation is correct. Maybe he wasn't bashing Aniston. But maybe this incident also illustrates that celebrities, just like regular folks, should simply not open their mouths and say anything which could ever be construed as negative about their exes! And this rule is especially true if the party was once married to, and then divorced, "America's Sweetheart!"
Don't you agree?