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quite possibly the hottest threesome ever

This is like the best piece of celebrity gossip I have heard in EONS so listen up suckers:

In Touch Weekly’s Brangelina story this week is about how they’re fighting over Rachel McAdams. And no, it’s not a story about how both Brad and Angelina both want to sleep with Rachel, although that’s the route I would have gone if I was writing this stuff. It’s basically this: Brad invited Rachel McAdams and a few of his friends to the South of France, to stay at the Chateau Miraval with them. When Angelina found out about Brad extending the invitation to Rachel, she “laid down the law, forbidding him from inviting her”.

Brad Pitt insisted he was only trying to be a good host when he invited Rachel McAdams to his chateau. But even though Rachel stars in the Pitt-produced Time Traveler’s Wife, Angelina seemed convinced he was more interested in pleasure than business.

“Angelina has been jealous of Rachel ever since she found some photos of her on Brad’s camera, which he had taken at the New York after-party” for the film, explains an insider, adding that when she learned Brad had invited Racel without asking her first, “she went ballistic. She pulled Brad to one side and called him every name under the sun.”


oh, my, GOD. can you imagine THAT WOULD BE THE BEST THREESOME EVER? seriously, Angie. you're supposed to be bisexual. Rachel McAdams is a good-looking woman. Eyes Wide Shut this shit. Stanley Kubrick? he'd be happy.

it's weird how excited I am about this. I tried to PS an image, but it ain't happening tonight.

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  1. well, that is something...and I mean something!!!
    Hmm, think how much fun it would be to chill with brad, angie, and rachel at the chateau miraval?

    If only Rachel was still invited. :(

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