Scoop! Angelina: OK, who invited my father?

Angelina Jolie really doesn’t want to party with her dad.

The hot humanitarian and her babies’ daddy, Brad Pitt, arrived at the 30th birthday bash for Pitt’s “Ocean’s Thirteen” co-star Scott Caan when she learned that her father, Jon Voight, was also invited.

Jolie hasn’t spoken with Voight since they had a falling out in 2002 after she chastised him for talking about her in the press. We think it had more to do with co-starring in the dreadful “Tomb Raider” in 2001. Nothing wrecks relationships quicker than working on a soul-suckingly terrible movie.

According to PageSix.com, the über-famous duo drove around the block for a while, before Pitt finally entered the party. Meanwhile, Jolie waited in the car. After Voight got the hint and left, the Oscar-winning actress came into the party through the backdoor.

And while we are on the subject of Brangelina, Britain’s Daily Record is reporting that Jolie has been spotted wearing a wedding ring.

Owen The poster child for homewreckin’

Owen Wilson is so concerned with the rumors about him being a homewrecker in Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson’s separation that he refused to have his picture taken next to a movie poster with Hudson’s face on it.

Amid her martial woes, Hudson skipped out on the London premiere of her so-called comedy “You, Me and Dupree.” Wilson, however, did attend.

A source told Us Weekly that when photographers tried to get Wilson to stand in front of the movie’s poster for some quick shots, Wilson pulled “Dupree” co-star Michael Douglas into the frame between Wilson and Hudson’s image.

Hey, Owen, if you didn’t do anything wrong, why are you so paranoid?

Divorcin’ in the dark

Speaking of separation anxiety, Bruce Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa, have separated after 15 years of marriage.

“They’re separated, but everyone has been sworn to secrecy,” one of the couple’s blabbybuddies told The New York Post.

Apparently, Springsteen has been spied spending time with another redhead, this one a Sept. 11 widow the singer met while organizing the “America: A Tribute to Heroes” telethon.

‘CSI: No Talent Hacks’

It’s not enough that he’s planning to stink up the music scene, now Kevin Federline wants to stink up the small screen.

Mr. Britney Spears, who first traumatized television viewers with the trainwreck reality show “Chaotic: Britney and Kevin,” has signed on for a guest-starring role on one of the most popular shows on TV, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”

“This is pretty much my first time acting. It’s the first time I’ve actually had a speaking role,” K-Fed told People magazine.

In the episode slated for October, the 28-year-old “rapper”-“actor” will play a hostile teen who harasses the investigators on a job. Yes, that’s right. The 28-year-old is playing a teenager. Nice casting, “CSI.” Perhaps for November sweeps, you can cast Jessica Simpson as a tweener who witnesses a murder at a Hilary Duff concert.

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