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Angelina 'furious' as Brad's mother buys tomboy granddaughter girly clothes

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Sunday, July 22, 2012    

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Angelina Jolie has reportedly been left furious after her boyfriend Brad Pitt's mother Jane insisted on buying 'girly' clothes for her notoriously tomboyish granddaughter Shiloh. Despite Shiloh and her five siblings being allowed to choose their own clothes by their famous parents, Jane Pitt is said to have purchased a series of feminine outfits for the six-year-old. According to The Evening Standard, Angelina found Jane's move 'disrespectful' for her to buy such clothes for Shiloh, considering it is well known that she likes to dress in similar style to her brothers. A source told the newspaper: "It's well documented that Shiloh likes to dress like a boy. But Jane still insists on buying her fairy costumes and princess dresses, which Angelina finds very disrespectful." It is the second time this year that Angelina has been left angry by Mrs Pitt, after Brad's mother wrote a letter to a local newspaper in the United States urging Americans to vote against President Obama in the upcoming elections because of his support for gay marriage. In a letter to the Springfield News-Leader in Missouri urging support for Republican candidate Mitt Romney, Mrs Pitt wrote: "Any Christian should spend much time in prayer before refusing to vote for a family man with high morals, business experience, who is against abortion, and shares Christian conviction concerning homosexuality just because he is a Mormon." Angelina and Brad, who are prominent supporters of gay marriage and President Obama, were said to be appalled by the letter.

— Daily Mail

Justin Bieber feeling "more manly" since turning 18

Justin Bieber says you shouldn't have sex until you are 'in love'. The Boyfriend singer — who has been in a relationship with Selena Gomez since 2011 — doesn't want his fans to rush into the bedroom and thinks it is better to wait until you meet the right person. Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, he said: "I don't think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them. I think you should just wait for the person you're ... in love with." Justin also revealed he feels like more of a man since he turned 18 in March and the way he acts and behaves has become more mature. He said: "I feel like I carry myself in a more manly way. I don't carry myself as a boy." In the revealing feature, Justin goes on to talk about how he is morally against abortion, although he accepts there are occasions when a termination is the right thing to do. He said: "I really don't believe in abortion. I think (an embryo) is a human. It's like killing a baby." When asked if he thought abortion was acceptable in rape cases, he replied: "Um. Well, I think that's really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I don't know how that would be a reason. I guess I haven't been in that position, so I wouldn't be able to judge that."

— Daily Mail

Paris Jackson calls her Uncle Randy "a liar"

Paris Jackson may only be 14, but the teenager knows how to speak her mind. Michael Jackson's only daughter last Thursday tweeted angry rants about one of her famous uncles, saying, "I will defend my beloved family members with all I have, even if it means from other family members." The high school sophomore was referring to a letter in which Randy, along with famous siblings Jermaine, Janet, Tito and Rebbie demand the resignation of John Branca and John McClain from their positions as executors of the Michael Jackson estate. In the letter, the family claims Branca and McClain have taken such advantage of the family that stressed-out Katherine Jackson suffered a "mini-stroke" as a result. Katherine, 82, has been caring for the late singer's three children since Michael died three years ago at the age of 50. Paris may fear that if authorities believe Katherine is ill and feeble, she and her brothers, Prince and Blanket, could be removed from her care. Nonetheless, Randy went to Twitter last night and verified the letter was true - which immediately got Paris's blood racing. "I am going to clarify right now that what has been said about my grandmother is a rumor and nothing has happened, she is completely fine," Paris tweeted. She added, "I'd like to know who made up the rumor... i will defend my beloved family member with all i have, even if it means from other family members." Minutes later, Paris sent a new message directed to Randy — which said, "@randyjackson8 hello dear FAMILY member i don't appreciate you telling everyone things that aren't true thank you very much." That message was later deleted from her account. When one of her followers suggested Paris should have respect for Randy, she replied, "Maybe he should have respect for his mother."

Paris Jackson may only be 14, but the teenager knows how to speak her mind. Michael Jackson's only daughter last Thursday tweeted angry rants about one of her famous uncles, saying, "I will defend my beloved family members with all I have, even if it means from other family members." The high school sophomore was referring to a letter in which Randy, along with famous siblings Jermaine, Janet, Tito and Rebbie demand the resignation of John Branca and John McClain from their positions as executors of the Michael Jackson estate. In the letter, the family claims Branca and McClain have taken such advantage of the family that stressed-out Katherine Jackson suffered a "mini-stroke" as a result. Katherine, 82, has been caring for the late singer's three children since Michael died three years ago at the age of 50. Paris may fear that if authorities believe Katherine is ill and feeble, she and her brothers, Prince and Blanket, could be removed from her care. Nonetheless, Randy went to Twitter last night and verified the letter was true - which immediately got Paris's blood racing. "I am going to clarify right now that what has been said about my grandmother is a rumor and nothing has happened, she is completely fine," Paris tweeted. She added, "I'd like to know who made up the rumor... i will defend my beloved family member with all i have, even if it means from other family members." Minutes later, Paris sent a new message directed to Randy — which said, "@randyjackson8 hello dear FAMILY member i don't appreciate you telling everyone things that aren't true thank you very much." That message was later deleted from her account. When one of her followers suggested Paris should have respect for Randy, she replied, "Maybe he should have respect for his mother."

— Daily Mail

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