We know BRAD PITT and JENNIFER ANISTON don't hate each other . . . and that they probably do communicate every now and then. So maybe this isn't too far-fetched. Brad reportedly called Jennifer to congratulate her on her engagement. A source says, quote, "He jokingly asked if he should 'save the date', and they both laughed, but told her in all seriousness that he was really happy for her and Justin."
JIMMY KIMMEL and his girlfriend Molly McNearney are engaged. Jimmy popped the question during a recent vacation in South Africa. He's 44, she's 34.
On "Good Morning America" yesterday, GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS tried to get ROBERT PATTINSON to talk about KRISTEN STEWART, but he wouldn't bite. George said, quote, "Everybody just wants to know, how are you doing? What do you want your fans to know about what's going on?" And Robert answered, quote, "I'd like my fans to know that Cinnamon Toast Crunch only has 30 calories a bowl in it, for instance." (Cinnamon Toast Crunch is Robert's favorite cereal, and George had given him a box at the beginning of the interview.) Robert also talked about his fame and what comes with it . . . quote, "It's a different thing. You get into it to do movies. I've never been interested in trying to sell my personal life and that's really the only reason people bring it up.
Here's the interview:
There's a reason why MORGAN FREEMAN gets 97% of all the narrating gigs in Hollywood: Because people TRUST him. In fact, he takes the top spot in this year's Forbes.com list of the Most Trustworthy Celebrities. The list is based on E-Poll Market Research . . . which does exhaustive polling to rank celebrities based on their appeal, public awareness, and dozens of personality attributes. Here's the Top 10 . . .
#1.) Morgan Freeman
#2.) Ron Howard
#3.) Mike Holmes . . . who does the home improvement shows "Holmes on Homes", "Handyman Superstar Challenge" and "All American Handyman".
#4.) Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy . . . who's now an NFL analyst for NBC.
#5.) Michael J. Fox
#6.) Sandra Bullock
#7.) Betty White
#8.) James Earl Jones
#9.) Tom Hanks
#10.) Mike Rowe . . . who hosts the Discovery Channel show "Dirty Jobs", narrates "The Deadliest Catch", and does commercials for Ford.