Brangelina to Get 'Exposed' in December
By PopEater Staff Posted Oct 28th 2009 01:32PM
Just in time for the holidays, best-selling author Ian Halperin is set to unleash a bombshell book about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, aka Brangelina, giving a behind-the-scenes glimpse as to what the Hollywood supercouple is really like as opposed to how they are portrayed. 'Brangelina Exposed' is set to hit stores on Dec. 1, but is available for pre-order, just in case you're doing some early holiday shopping.
'Exposed' will have "exclusive revelations and personal anecdotes" about Pitt and Aniston, including "the true circumstances of the affair" that led to Pitt's divorce from Jennifer Aniston. Jolie's sexuality, troubled past and current role in the United Nations will also be put under the spotlight.
Halperin recently scored a best-seller with 'Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson,' which hit shelves just days after the singer's untimely passing. Halperin famously predicted Jackson's death six months before he died.
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