Although two ships having passed in the night now, Angelina Jolie and her ex girlfriend, androgynous model Jenny Shimizu are kindred spirits or sorts: they both just got married.
Shimizu, 47, a former Japanese-American Calvin Klein model (who you probably remember being on the judging panel of America’s Next Top Model) just married her new girlfriend, socialite Michelle Harper and as we reported, Jolie finally tied the knot with long-time boyfriend actor Brad Pitt.
Like Brad Pitt [on the set of] Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Jolie met and fell in love with Shimizu while on set of working on a film in 1996 called Foxfire. Angelina however, was married to her first husband at the time British actor: Jonny Lee Miller but while (at the time-1997) interviewing with the magazine Girlfriends, despite being married, she couldn’t deny the sparks that flew between she and Shimizu. “I would probably have married Jenny Shimizu if I hadn’t married my husband. I fell in love with her the first second I saw her.”
While in a 20/20 interview with Barbara Walters years later, Jolie opened up about her “very sexual” nature where she discussed Shimizu saying [quote] “I was surprised when I suddenly found myself having these feelings I always had for men, but for a woman…and wanting to kiss her…and wanting to touch her.”
Obviously, life has gone on for the two since then. Angie has since divorced Jonny Lee Miller, and had gone on to marry actor-director Billy Bob Thornton. They were married for three years and divorced in 2003.
In 2005 Jolie and Pitt became engaged in 2008 and finally tied the knot on August 23. News or their nuptials was a pleasant surprise as pictures of the couple having married at their Southern France estate in a private ceremony caught all of news media off-guard. Angelina told Hello! Magazine, “It’s a wonderful feeling to be married, the children are so happy,” she said about she and Brad’s six adopted children.
Shimizu and Harper met at a 2012 party, and Schimizu told the New York Times [about meeting Harper] “I didn’t believe it myself until I saw it. It’s like so many things about her. There are these misconceptions and generalizations that don’t fit this person who is full of spirit and down-to-earthiness.”
Long before girls were desperately seeking attention on social media today by filling their timelines up with girl on girl pics, there was Angelina Jolie and Madonna, too, in this triangle (allegedly during the time Shimizu was dating Jolie).
Shimizu is also romantically linked to singer Madonna, unlike Shimizu and Jolie, is still playing with (and dropping off) her boy toys, despite a contagion of love being in the air throughout Tinseltown.
On August 2, she, along with her boy toy Timor Steffans and her adopted and birth children set sail for the South of France whereby before the clock ticked and she turned 56, the Material Girl dropped and docked her boy toy nine days-in (on her son Rocco’s birthday). From there, Madonna and her tribe all set sail on to Ibiza.
No particular reason was stated (as to why she gave him his walking papers) but according to our sources Madonna just wasn’t that into Timor despite their hanging out pretty much all of 2014 together.
In an interview, Timor told The Daily Mirror Newspaper “There is an age gap between me and Madonna but I don’t notice it. My girlfriends have always been older than me and that’s how I like it. I learn a lot. Mum is a big inspiration. She is a fighter, a strong independent woman, and any relationship I’ve had in the past was mostly with women that are independent and like to have an opinion.”
It’s being speculated and believed that-that interview, and that quote is what got Timor left sitting at the dock of the bay while Madonna sailed on.
No matter how mmmM good and fitting the noun-jectives ‘Madge’ or ‘Mum’ may sound, in place of how much easier and convenient they are to say and sound-[because of] two less syllables than the three syllables in: ‘Ma-don-na;’ despite any harmless intent, you will take your time and use those three syllables, or else. Just ask Timor—when you find him.