Finally, television is using its reach to tell the story that needs to be told. One that has been the base of curiosity for an exhausting and exhilarating and endless five days. Yes, that’s right, Shiloh-malamadingdong Pitt-Jolie-Cruise will finally have her life story told this weekend when VH1 airs The Fabulous Life of Baby Brangelina. The show will focus on the rollercoaster of a life Shiloh has had. The ups… the downs… all the drama that comes with five days of existence.
The press release boasts, “Along with weaving expert interviews, original field segments, and candid footage, The Fabulous Life of Baby Brangelina will also feature computer generated images of what baby Shiloh might look like at ages 10, 15, and 20.” I can’t help but wonder what qualifies someone as an “expert” on a five day-old situation. Are there courses being offered at institutions of higher learning to become a Pitt-Jolie-ologist, thus qualifying someone as a certified expert? And second, who are these lame people who take the time to put together a theorized imaginary future for the children of celebrities? ….. oh, right.
The Fabulous Life of Baby Brangelina, Sunday, June 4th at 8:30 PM.
In Hollywood, life begins neither at birth nor at conception,
but rather at the first development meeting about your biopic.