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Disappearing Act

by | 14th, March 2006

‘LIKE Fred and Ginger, Desi and Lucille, Pinky and Perky and all those other great double acts that have entertained us down the years, the mention of one name demands the inclusion of the other.

More reruns than Morecambe & Wise

And keeping alive this great vaudeville tradition is Jennifer Aniston, an entertainer whose name will be forever paired with Brad Pitt.

Brad used to be Jennifer’s better half, but then he left her and got Angelina Jolie pregnant, which made Jen the superior one. But, whichever way round the names go, Jen and Brad are inextricably linked.

But Jen has had it. She wants out. The Sun looks at a copy of Jen’s interview with Vogue magazine and hears the actress say she has had enough of being part of a “sick twisted Bermuda Triangle” with Brad and Angelina.

As she says: “It makes my skin crawl. Don’t make me your victim.”

That’s easier said than done, especially when we read in the Mail that 61-year-old Michael Douglas has been watching Jen and making mental notes.

While Jen’s skin crawls some more, and readers shudder from head to toe as if being attacked by an army of sexually aroused geriatric ants, former self-confessed sex addict Douglas gives his view on the affair.

“I don’t know about Brad Pitt leaving that beautiful woman [Jen] to go and hold orphans for Angelina Jolie,” says Douglas in reference to La Jolie’s two adopted children. “I mean, how long is that going to last?”

It’s hard to say. Jolie has already been married and divorced twice, and Pitt has famously split from Aniston. And then there is the creeping presence of Michael Douglas.

In Hollywood, relationships come and go, but some, like Brad and Jen, can endure…’

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