Brad says he and Angie are likely to marry

Getty Images file photoDespite years of holding out

Getty Images file photoDespite years of holding out

Whoa, whoa, stop the presses! Brad Pitt says despite vowing they would never get married until gay people were able to do so, he and Angelina Jolie are likely to cave and walk down the aisle.

“We’d actually like to, and it seems to mean more and more to our kids,” the “Moneyball” star confessed to the Hollywood Reporter. “We made this declaration some time ago that we weren’t going to do it till everyone can. But I don’t think we’ll be able to hold out.”

The unwed parents of six claim their children ask why Daddy and Mommy aren’t Mr. and Mrs. But if Brad and Angie are already engaged, he’s not saying.

“I’m not going to go any further,” he demurs. “[But] it means so much to my kids, and they ask a lot. And it means something to me, too, to make that kind of commitment.”

Well, marriage certainly is a sacred bond … but as Brad has long said, six kids are a pretty big commitment too!

 

Demi in Crisis

Reports continue to unfold on the circumstances that led up to Demi Moore’s hospitalization. TMZ claims one of the actress’ friends called 911 and said she was doing hits of nitrous oxide when she partially lost consciousness and started having seizure symptoms.

A People magazine source seconds that Demi “was having what seemed like seizures” at her home, so “concerned friends called 911.”

Another source asserts that whatever happened, the mom of three “did not attempt suicide.”

Demi has been dealing with the demise of her marriage to Ashton Kutcher, and those close to her reportedly have noticed for some time that she’s not herself.

“Really, it was over the last year her friends saw a change,” a source told People. “She wasn’t sleeping as well, didn’t seem to be eating and looked really gaunt.”

Another declared, “Demi is a mess.” And insiders say the “G.I. Jane” star’s prescription drug intake was a problem in her marriage.

“[Ashton and Demi] both like to party, but she tends to wear it all over her,” a source told People. “She can talk too much, get verbally abusive and weigh on your nerves.”

While Demi seeks treatment for what her rep calls “exhaustion,” Ashton has been out partying in São Paolo, Brazil, where he’s in town for a fashion shoot. The “Two and a Half Men” star has taken in a fashion show and a concert as well as stepping out to the bar.

 

So Soon?

And speaking of moving on … Russell Brand is said to be going strong with a new girlfriend, less than a month after filing for divorce from wife Katy Perry.

In fact, things are so serious that, “He told her he wanted her to move in with him after the divorce is final,” a source told Us magazine.

And word has gotten back to the “Firework” singer that her sometime hubby has a rebound babe.

“She discovered through friends,” explained the insider. “One of the women told a friend of hers, and it got back to Katy. It’s gotten ugly … Katy doubts she’ll ever be able to trust a guy again.”

Aw, come on Katy, you’ll get over the heartbreak!

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