Sunday, April 12, 2009

the brangelina-in-manila saga continues...

somebody sent us this link from dailymail.co.uk today:

Angelina and Brad set their sights on the Philippines as they plan baby number seven

By KATIE NICHOLL
Last updated at 11:29 PM on 11th April 2009

After hitting a roadblock with plans to adopt a Burmese baby, it seems Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have set their sights on the Philippines for their next adoption.

Angelina, 33, took time off from the set of her latest film, Salt, to travel to Manila with the intention of adding to her rainbow family.

The Pitt-Jolie’s private plane landed at Ninoy Aquino International Airport last week, before returning to New York on Monday evening.

‘Brad and Ange flew out together. They want to add to their family and tried to adopt from Burma but the authorities are very strict, so they decided to look at the Philippines,’ says a source.

A spokesperson for Pitt and Jolie declined to comment.


photo credit: that's not in boracay. that's in the south of france. photo from theinsider.com

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

No record of Pitt-Jolie in RP-- airport exec

By Jerome Aning
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 18:01:00 04/12/2009

Filed Under: Entertainment (general), Celebrities, People

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MANILA, Philippines -- The Manila International Airport Authority, which operates the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, said on Sunday said it had no record of movie couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s reported trip to the Philippines last week.

"Thus far, it's a negative on any arrival of anyone looking like Brad or Angelina at NAIA. No private jet also," Tirso Serrano, MIAA deputy general manager for airport development and corporate affairs, told the Philippine Daily Inquirer in a phone interview.

The online site of the British newspaper Daily Mail citing an unnamed source, reported that Jolie arrived by private jet at NAIA last week.

She reportedly temporarily left the shooting of her new film "Salt" to go to Manila and would be returning to New York on Monday evening.

The paper also said that the couple, dubbed Brangelina by fans, have been planning to adopt a child from the Philippines after being refused in Burma (Myanmar) by authorities there.

Daily Mail is one of the major newspapers to first publish a story on the Jolie trip.

The couple's plan to visit the Philippines has been in showbiz blogs and forums for the past two weeks.

Serrano said he checked with NAIA departments coordinating arrival of VIPs with the government agencies such as the immigration and the aviation police, but there was no information about the arrival of the couple.

"We have those rumors since last week. We would have known if they arrived. The other possibility is that they used another airport," Serrano added.



NEED I SAY MORE????ATE LIZA (SORRY MADAME, PERO GALIT AKO SA MGA IBANG TAO NA NAGKAKALAT) MY MESSAGE TO THOSE WRITERS WHO KEPT ON HARPING ABOUT THE JOLIE PITT TRIP: MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO KAY ANGELINA. DONT USE HER TO PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS OR PAPERS. PANGIT NA NGA IMAGE NATIN SA ABROAD, DADAGDAGAN NYO PA BY COMING UP WITH WILD STORIES EFFECTIVELY PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS AND COLUMNS TO THE EXPENSE OF ANGELINA AND BRAD...NAKAKAHIYA,,,NAKAKASUKA AND WALANG DELICADEZA!!!!

Anonymous said...

i dont believe all things written in the british papers, most of the are rubbish/vomit! look at how they treat the royals and celebs. they are the most nasty press in the world. its like the daily globe,puro imbento.

shallow said...

it has been vehemently denied by people in the know.

aww, man, i was hoping they'd adopt me.