Getty Images file photoA few almonds: Angelina Jolie is subsisting on very few calories

Getty Images file photoA few almonds: Angelina Jolie is subsisting on very few calories

Is Angelina Jolie becoming dangerously thin?

Here we go again with a new round of Angelina Jolie rumors! A source tells a European magazine that the Oscar winner is dangerously thin and subsisting on very few calories.

“Angelina has been known to start her day with little more than a spoonful of coconut oil and a handful of cereal,” the insider confides to Grazia magazine. “The worrying thing is that she is so busy, she often forgets to eat. Sometimes she’ll skip lunch altogether or will just grab a few almonds and some gummy bears while she’s on the go, or will have a protein-based shake rather than anything more substantial. Then dinner could be something like a lean steak and a glass of red wine.”

“What with her career, Brad and their six kids, Angelina has a lot on. Yes, stress plays a part. She is the type of person who drops weight when she’s stressed out,” the source said. “She simply loses her appetite and can survive on almost nothing. But a lot of people are worried that she is taking things too far and that she won’t have the strength to do all the things she wants to do if she doesn’t gain some weight.”

We don’t necessarily believe the tabloid buzz about her eating habits … but we sure wouldn’t mind seeing Angie eat a sandwich.

Kids for Kim?

Kim Kardashian is a romantic, really she is. But the reality star’s idea of happily ever after has evidently evolved since her short-lived marriage to Kris Humphries.

“I believe in love and the dream of having a perfect relationship, but my idea of it has changed,” the socialite told Glamour magazine. “I think I need to not live in a fairy tale like that. I think I maybe need to just snap out of it and be a little more realistic.”

And what about becoming a mom? Kim says she’s seriously downsized her family plans.

“At first I was like, I want six kids,” she recalls. “Then I went down to four, then I was down to three. and now I’m like, maybe I won’t have any. Maybe I’ll just be a good aunt. … At this moment in my life, I feel like maybe I’m not supposed to have kids and all that.”

We can’t help but feel Kim should go with this intuition, in order to keep the earth from being overpopulated by Kardashians!

Gaga’s ‘New Thing’

Lady Gaga is speaking out about her love life … and it turns out it’s almost as calculated as her fashion decisions.

“I say this honestly, and this is my new thing as of the past year,” the singer tells Vanity Fair magazine. “When I fight with someone I’m in a relationship with, I think, ‘What would my fans think if they knew this was happening? How would they feel about my work and about me as a female if they knew I was allowing this to go on?’ And then I get out.”

Maybe Gaga needs to take some time off from being Gaga to just be herself?

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