Angelina Jolie, allegedly, wants to go back to the dating world.
According to OK! magazine, Angelina Jolie has been on a manhunt throughout the past couple of months. And her friend, Ellen Pompeo is helping her out.
Angelina Jolie wants her next boyfriend to be a celebrity
A source told the tabloid that Jolie wants to date another A-lister like her ex-husband, Brad Pitt. And she’s also, allegedly, open to using an elite dating service to find her perfect match.
“Angie likes the idea of dating a fellow A-lister who can relate to her about living in the spotlight, and Ellen’s been helping out with suggestions. Now, the hunt is on to find a suitable bunch of candidates. She wants fun and adventure again and is ready to really go for it,” the source said.
Angelina Jolie wants a man to stimulate her mind
The insider also claimed that Jolie enjoys spending time with her kids. But after years of being a single mom, she feels the need to have a stimulating conversation with another person.
This isn’t the first time that Jolie is rumored to be trying to find love. In September, New Idea alleged that the mom of six had her eyes set on Bradley Cooper.
“Neither Brad nor Ange likes the spotlight, so they are hardly going to stroll hand in hand down Hollywood Boulevard. It all started with a business meeting at Angie’s place in Los Feliz two months ago,” the source said.
The actress linked to a Cambodian rapper
In August of last year, Jolie was linked to Cambodian rapper and filmmaker, praCh Ly.
A source told National Enquirer that the two had been hanging out regularly.
“Angelina and praCh have a special bond. They’re perfect for each other. PraCh is a great role model for Maddox. He can teach him about his homeland of Cambodia in a way he can relate to. That’s because both Maddox and PraCh were born in Cambodia, but didn’t grow up there,” the unnamed source said.
However, several months have passed but Angelina Jolie is still single. This proves that the tabloid’s claims about her dating life are false.
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