Pitt makes first pub­lic ap­pear­ance since di­vorce

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Brad Pitt has made his first pub­lic ap­pear­ance since he split from wife An­gelina Jolie. The 52-year-old ac­tor looked no­tice­ably thin­ner as he smiled and posted for pic­tures with his friend and ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ co-star Ju­lia Roberts at a pri­vate screen­ing for up­com­ing movie ‘Moon­light’ - which is pro­duced by Brad’s Plan B com­pany - in Los An­ge­les on Tues­day. The ‘Fight Club’ star donned a plaid shirt, jacket and jeans for the screen­ing, at which his ap­pear­ance was unan­nounced. Brad - who has chil­dren Mad­dox, 15, Pax, 12, Za­hara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivi­enne, eight, with An­gelina - is ex­pected to walk the red car­pet at the pre­miere of his new movie ‘Al­lied’ in Cal­i­for­nia. And talk show host Wendy Wil­liams has given him some ad­vice to min­i­mize the im­pact of his ap­pear­ance on his bit­ter cus­tody bat­tle. She ad­vised him to briefly praise his kids and only give red car­pet in­ter­views to Nancy O’Dell from ‘En­ter­tain­ment Tonight’ and ‘Ex­tra’ cor­re­spon­dent Mario Lopez. She said: “Brad, here’s what you should know. We know you’re not go­ing to be walk­ing with An­gelina be­cause you guys are di­vorc­ing. “We know you’re not go­ing to be walk­ing with your chil­dren, be­cause de­pend­ing on what you read, some of them might not like you so much. And the oth­ers are ad­just­ing and it will take them time. “You shouldn’t walk with your co-star [Mar­ion Cotil­lard]. That French lady who is preg­nant. Who a lot of peo­ple who ac­cused you of hav­ing an af­fair with in the be­gin­ning. “Any­way, the point is that win­ning an Os­car - Brad - only talk to Nancy O’Dell or Mario Lopez and I’m go­ing to tell you why. “Be­cause Mario Lopez is so po­lit­i­cally cor­rect. He is per­fec­tion Ken Doll per­son­i­fied and he will not of­fend you, so you stop for him on the red car­pet and Nancy O’Dell. And then keep it walk­ing. “And when you get on the stage, Brad, you keep your speech re­ally short. Don’t talk about pol­i­tics or hu­man rights. You ded­i­cate your en­tire thing to your chil­dren. “Here’s how you do that. You list each child and one word that de­scribes them, lovely.”

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