Did Brad’s apology to Jen anger Angie?

Angie’s apology anger: Brad Pitt reportedly raised the ire of Angelina Jolie by insisting that Jennifer Aniston remains his friend. (Getty Images file photo)Angie’s apology anger: Brad Pitt reportedly raised the ire of Angelina Jolie by insisting that Jennifer Aniston remains his friend. (Getty Images file photo)

Angie’s apology anger: Brad Pitt reportedly raised the ire of Angelina Jolie by insisting that Jennifer Aniston remains his friend. (Getty Images file photo)Angie’s apology anger: Brad Pitt reportedly raised the ire of Angelina Jolie by insisting that Jennifer Aniston remains his friend. (Getty Images file photo)

To hear Brad Pitt tell it, his recent remarks seeming to diss ex-wife Jennifer Aniston because he felt “pathetic” during their marriage were merely an attempt to compliment current love and baby mama Angelina Jolie that got misinterpreted. (Uh-huh.)

But by publicly responding to the controversy with the insistence that jilted Jen “remains my friend,” the “Moneyball” star incurred the ire of Angie, according to OK! magazine.

“In her mind, he had no business groveling and apologizing to Jen,” a source close to the former “Friends” star reportedly explained. “Angie’s very cut and dry. When she moves on, she moves on. She doesn’t speak to [ex-husbands] Billy Bob Thornton or Jonny Lee Miller. And she expects Brad to do the same with Jen.”

“If Angie has one vulnerable spot, it would have to do with their staying in contact,” the friend continued. “Angelina can be as vicious as Brad, and no doubt she’d have a fit when she’d hear him talking to Jen on the phone.”

A source says, “Brad and Angie are not in a good place.”

However, Jen is said to be feeling fantastic about her new romance with actor-screenwriter Justin Theroux. “She’s moved on,” declared the pal. “I’m sure it kills Brad to know that Jen is a thousand times happier with Justin than she ever was with him.”

If we had a dollar for every tabloid tale about Angie being jealous of Brad and Jen, we could afford to buy the $14 million Brangelina mansion that just went on the market.

 

Kristin: Reunion?

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Butler called off their engagement a couple of months ago, but they’re evidently giving it another shot. A source tells People magazine the reality star and the football player are “working it out.”

Though Kristin was said to be heartbroken when her man told her it was over in July, he has evidently had a change of heart.

“They’re not officially back together, but they’re definitely talking and figuring things out,” says the source. “Everything happened too fast when they first got together. So this time they’re taking things slow.” That said, they reportedly haven’t seen each other in person since the split — but “they’re talking a lot,” insists the source.

So … no actual face time yet? That’s taking “taking things slow” to a whole new level.

 

Mama Jessica?

Is Jessica Simpson pregnant, or is her weight just fluctuating? The singer, engaged to Eric Johnson, was spotted wearing — dun-dun-DUN! — a flowy top, the tabloids’ tell-tale sign of a baby bump, in Cabo San Lucas on Monday.

Jess and her hubby-to-be were enjoying their Mexico vacation with sister Ashlee Simpson and Ashlee’s new beau, “Boardwalk Empire” star Vincent Piazza, according to Radar Online. But speculation has it that she might have brought a secret guest along for the trip.

However, this isn’t the first time Jessica has been the target of pregnancy rumors simply because she’s doesn’t feel obligated to maintain a size zero for the media.

Stay tuned. …

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