Celebrity Update: Angelina & Brad's Dispute & Wedding News

US Weekly's Christina Garibaldi is back with our Sonia Isabelle to chat about Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's situation and celebrity wedding news.


Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

As events between Pitt and Jolie unfold, Garibaldi shares that the situation is getting more and more unpleasant, after the actress filed court documents accusing Pitt of domestic violence.

"Even more shocking is that their son Maddox has given testimony as an adult in the ongoing dispute and it wasn't very flattering towards Brad."

According to a source, Pitt is "devastated but not surprised about Maddox's decision and he hopes the other kids don't testify as well."

And Garibaldi tells us that there are new celebrity wedding news as well!

Celebrity Wedding News 

The news regards Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani and Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom.

Shelton and Stefani have difficulty in finding a date for the big day.

"Blake wants to get married in the Summer, when Gwen wants to get married in the Fall and it's definitely causing some tension between the two because Blake is tired of waiting and just wants to make Gwen his wife."

But if Shelton and Stefani are still deciding the wedding date, someone else has most likely tied the knot already. Garibaldi shares:

"Katy sparked wedding rumors after she was seen with a gold ring on that finger after they were forced to postpone their wedding last year."

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