Emily Blunt, Josh Gad and other celebs react to Brangelina
LOS ANGELES (AP) — As news spread that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were divorcing after being together since 2004, celebrities reacted — or didn’t — across social media and on the red carpet:
“It’s their business, and it’s not for anybody else to comment on.” — Actress Emily Blunt to The Associated Press at the London premiere of “The Girl on the Train.”
“Before we get too cavalier about it, let’s remember that Brangelina was possibly the only thing still holding the USA together.” — Actor Josh Gad on Twitter.
“It’s very sad to hear.” — Actor Luke Evans to the AP at the London premiere of “The Girl on the Train.”
“Brad and Angelina. How am I supposed to go to work today?” — Model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen on Twitter.
“I feel bad for kids that aren’t gonna get adopted by Brangelina now.” — Reality TV personality Spencer Pratt on Twitter.
“Tower of Terror! Eggo! Skittles! Brad Pitt! I don’t know why ANY of them are trending, but I’m running to my basement. It’s over.” — Actor-comedian Patton Oswalt on Twitter.
“It’s sad about Brad and Angelina, but it’s also none of our business!” — Pop star Boy George on Twitter.
“I’m clutching at my pearls in shock! Celebs ... getting ... divorced?! I thought I’d never see it.” — “Jersey Shore” cast member Vinny Guadagnino on Twitter.
“Frankly, with all that’s going on in the world, I just think it’s a shame that’s even talked about. They’re just two people breaking up. There’s bigger fish to fry right now.” — Filmmaker Tate Taylor to the AP at the London premiere of “The Girl on the Train.”
“Everyone is serious as a heart attack with this ‘I might actually have a chance!!!!!’ talk.” — Musician Questlove on Twitter.