No matter what, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's kids will always come first. It's been two months since the former couple hired a private judge to deal with their divorce and custody issues. The negotiations are ongoing, but it seems they're closer to reaching a resolution, as Pitt, 53, and Jolie, 41, are once again communicating for the first time in a while. "Things have calmed settled between Brad and Angelina. It's not as tense as it had been," according to a reliable source. "They are focused on the kids and working to do what's best for them." Needless to say, it's been a busy six months for the Jolie-Pitts.
Gwen Stefani is sharing exactly what was going through her head when she penned No Doubt‘s 1995 hit song “Just A Girl.” Before the 47-year-old songstress launched her solo career and became a judge on The Voice, she was, well, just a girl in a band. “I just literally started songwriting, I didn’t even know that I knew how to song write,” she told People. “My parents were quite strict with me and I was living at home, even into my 20s. And I would have to come home and knock my parents’ door. And it was frustrating because I was already like older.” “I can remember thinking, ‘Wow, I’m in the car right now, I’m driving home, it’s like one in the morning and if something did happen to me, I’m vulnerable because I’m a girl,’” she went on. “And you start to think, ‘Wow, maybe people actually look at me different because I am a female.’” “I just wanted to write a song to express how I was feeling in that moment and I never in my wildest dreams thought that anyone would hear it,” she added. “That song has been incredible and I remember coming up with every single line,” Gwen recalled. “I have a really bad memory but I really, really remember that moment and feeling I could really relate to myself and this song … I felt like it really echoed exactly how I felt. I think that when I do that song now, it still feels like it represents, it’s beyond an age, it just represents a feeling so I feel really proud of it.”
Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto is known to stand up for several causes. After the super Girl Rising campaign, this year, Freida has joined hands with Copia to make sure there's no wastage of food at the Oscar 2017 party. Yes, in order to stop food from being wasted at the party, Freida and Copia will now recover the excess food and deliver it to communities most in need in Los Angeles. With a huge chunk of the world population been hit by poverty and starvation, this is a champion cause for sure.

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