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Russ Says: Brad & Angelina's Wedding Would Be Bigger Than The Royal Wedding!

Mon, April 25, 2011 3:40pm EDT by Russ Weakland 63 Comments
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The real Wedding of the Century would draw more than two billion viewers if we had any chance to watch!

Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot Friday and at least two billion people around the world are expected to tune in for the Royal Wedding! But there are two people in the world who would draw an even bigger audience — Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie! There are celebrities attending the Royal Wedding this weekend but it would be nothing compared to the star power that would be in the room if Brad and Angelina tied the knot!

Although the Jolie-Pitts probably wouldn’t have their wedding televised, imagine if it were! The celebs that would be in attendance would be plentiful and powerful, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon to name a few. And every tiny detail would be discussed before and after — think of the wedding dress alone! Designers would clamor to dress Angelina! And which of their six children would be the ring bearer and the flower girl?

If the ceremony were private, the first photo of the couple would easily eclipse the asking price of any celeb picture ever! If we are talking about royalty and a royal wedding, there is one couple we should be talking about and it’s Brad and Angelina. Consider this week’s royal nuptials just to be a dry run of what we can only hope to be the future reality of a real superstar wedding.

You know eventually their kids are going to be asking when they’ll tie the knot, so it’s not necessarily an impossibility. Consider my fingers crossed! I have a party already set up, and Hollywoodlifers, you’re all invited!

The wedding of Brangelina would be so big even Jennifer Aniston would have to watch — painful as it might be for her!

Who would you rather see in a giant televised wedding — the new Royal Couple or the Jolie-Pitts? Sound off below!

Russ Weakland


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