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Monday, January 26

Angelina Jolie's former bodyguard, Mickey Brett, is shopping a tell-all book to various publishers. Mickey worked for Angelina for several years, and he supposedly never signed a confidentiality agreement.  As such, he's got a lot to say, and he's not afraid to say it. For instance, he claims that Angelina cheated on Brad Pitt with a, "famous female pop star".  Of course, the identity of this female pop star has not been revealed. But Mickey claims he, "set up at least 20 secret meetings for Angie with this woman at hotels when Brad was working." There also may have been at least one other man in Angelina's life after she hooked up with Brad. Speaking of hooking up with Brad, Mickey claims that Angelina definitely did that while Brad was still with Jennifer Aniston. Mickey says he walked in on Brad and Angelina in a trailer on the set of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" just three weeks into filming. In other words, Brad and Angelina didn't slowly and gradually fall in love at the same time that Brad's marriage to Jennifer was, coincidentally, slowly and gradually ending.  Shocking, I know. As for Angelina's seduction of Brad, Mickey says it included, "sex toys, paddles and whips and dressing up in latex." Not everything between Brad and Angelina was perfect, though.  Mickey says Angelina would confide in him that she hated Brad's ignorance, "She can't stand how little he knows about many subjects." Angelina and Mickey also laughed behind Brad's back when he died his hair blonde and got a tattoo to impress her. Angelina and her attorneys are already exploring their legal options as you can imagine.   Gerald McCullouch, who plays ballistics expert Bobby Dawson on "CSI," fought off a knife-wielding mugger on the New York City subway recently. It happened at about 2 in the morning.  McCullouch had just gotten off a plane from L.A., and was working on his laptop.  As his train pulled into a stop and the doors started opening, some punk ran up and tried to grab the laptop and bolt. McCullouch says, "I gave him a body shot to the chest. Well, that's when he pulled a kitchen knife out of a black plastic bag. This thing must have had a blade 10 inches long.  The other passengers started running out the door and into the next car. I still had my headphones on with music blaring.  I yelled at the top of my lungs, 'Get the [bleep] away from me!'  That's when the knife came down into my back.  I don't know whether he lost his grip or what, but the blade didn't penetrate my leather jacket. We were in each other's face.  I think I punched him again as the doors closed and the train started leaving the station.  I'm watching MTA workers on the platform looking in.  I thought, 'Great, now I'm alone in this car with him.'" The train started to leave the station again, but stopped abruptly, because some other passengers had alerted the conductor to what was happening.  The doors opened and several police officers rushed in and took the suspect down.   Lil Wayne has unveiled the name and release date for his upcoming rock album.  It'll be called "Rebirth" and it's scheduled to drop on April 7th. Wayne will premiere the new single, a track called "Prom Queen", during a live stream of his show in San Diego tomorrow night.  It'll be hosted on MySpace.com. "Rebirth" will drop less than a year after his last release, "Tha Carter 3", which came out last June.  By the way, contrary to some reports "Rebirth" will not have anything to do with Wayne's "Tha Carter" series.   Here are all the winners from the Screen Actors Guild award show last night.  You only might care if you follow the race for the Oscar trophy.  If so, Slumdog Millionare just won it's second Best Picture award as well as Heath Ledger on the Supporting Actor role.  Good luck to everyone, the Academy Awards are Sunday, February 22nd on ABC.  Here are the winners: Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama WINNER Sean Penn, Milk Richard Jenkins, The Visitor Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon Brad Pitt, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Mickey Rourke, The Wrestler Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama WINNER Meryl Streep, Doubt Anne Hathaway, Rachel Getting Married Angelina Jolie, Changeling Melissa Leo, Frozen River Kate Winslet, Revolutionary Road Best Supporting Actor WINNER Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight Josh Brolin, Milk Robert Downey Jr., Tropic Thunder Philip Seymour Hoffman, Doubt Dev Patel, Slumdog Millionaire Best Supporting Actress WINNER Kate Winslet, The Reader Amy Adams, Doubt Penelope Cruz, Vicky Cristina Barcelona Viola Davis, Doubt Taraji Henson, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture WINNER Slumdog Millionaire The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Doubt Frost/Nixon Milk TVBest Actor in a Television Series – Drama WINNER Hugh Laurie, House Michael C. Hall, Dexter Jon Hamm, Mad Men William Shatner, Boston Legal James Spader, Boston Legal Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama WINNER Sally Field, Brothers & Sisters Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Holly Hunter, Saving Grace Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy WINNER Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock Steve Carell, The Office David Duchovny, Californication Jeremy Piven, Entourage Tony Shalhoub, Monk Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy WINNER Tina Fey, 30 Rock Christina Applegate, Samantha Who? America Ferrera, Ugly Betty Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds Tracey Ullman, Tracey Ullman's State of the Union Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series WINNER Mad Men Boston Legal The Closer Dexter House  Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series WINNER 30 Rock Desperate Housewives Entourage The Office Weeds

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