Ya gotta love A-listers. The media likes to play it like they're so important, so rich, so famous, so fancy, soooo above us ... when really, they can be just as silly and immature and nutty and petulant as anyone else. Maybe even MORE so! At least, that's the only conclusion I can draw from the latest gossip floating around about Brangelina and Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's respective, upcoming "I do"s ...
According to Star magazine (I know, I know), both couples are having some kind of childish fit over whose wedding George Clooney can attend. Star says, "Both betrothed couples are trying to persuade George to attend their wedding — and not the other’s!” How craaaaaaay cray is that?!
They go onto say that Jen and Brad are "fighting over George like children. If George had his way, he'd skip both! The truth is, he doesn't even believe in the institution of marriage, and he finds the ceremonies terribly boring." Oh geeeeze.
Okay, so I'm definitely (alright 99.9 percent) not buying this report. But even if there was that .1 percent chance that it's true -- or that there are any hard feelings about George attending one couple's wedding and not the other's, all I've gotta say is -- what the hell?! If Camp Brangelina and Camp Justifer are really behaving even remotely in the way that Star describes, they don't sound capable of maintaining real adult friendships -- let alone marriages!
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Not to mention that it's hard enough to plan a wedding and having to settle on a final guest list -- making sure you're inviting not only the people you and your groom want there, but also the people who everyone else with an opinion wants there. Then, ontop of that, having to worry about everything from whether or not cousin Gertrude is going to still be feuding with your mother or your parents' best friend Willard is going to cause a scene when he gets smashed or which guests are gonna make an issue of spending X a night on the hotel where you booked a room block, etc., etc.!
In other words, there's enough to worry about without concerning yourself with other weddings your guests might be attending. That's just ludicrous! And a sign these A-list couples might need to chill out and refocus on what's really important, eh? Like who's gonna get more moolah for their wedding pics!
Which wedding would you rather attend if you had to choose? What did you worry about in regards to your wedding that you wish you hadn't?
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