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Michael Douglas has a short memory

March 14, 2006 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments



Michael Douglas chimes in about Hollywood marriages in this months GQ, and seems confused that some could take their vows and families so lightly.

“You learn to respect something of value and nurture it and treat it well. I mean, don’t ask me what happened with Renee Zellweger [and Kenny Chesney]. I don’t know how you get married for four months. And Julia [Roberts] with Lyle [Lovett]. There must be some incredible things you find out one night. I mean, I don’t know … I don’t know about Brad Pitt … leaving that beautiful woman [Jennifer Aniston] to go hold orphans for Angelina [Jolie]. I mean how long is that going to last?”

How long is that going to last is a good question. Will Brad and Angelina build a solid foundation, like Douglas did when he divorced his first wife and married Catherine Zeta Jones 5 months later? Will Brad respect something of value and treat it well, or leave his wife and daughter to start a new family with a younger model. Like Douglas. It’s hard to say. The only thing really clear is that Hollywood is filled with self-righteous morons who don’t think before they talk. Honestly, these people are empty shells. It’s like talking to a caveman. Anyone with a hint of charisma could have these lemmings killing a goat at the base of a volcano in a week.




Douglas and Jones in St. Barts last week. Man, what a sexy temptress this fella is!


Source = New York Daily News


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