Ex girlfriend of Brad Pitt, Sinitta, has opened up about her involvement in his and Angelina Jolie's divorce...
With so much hearsay surrounding the recent Brangelina bombshell, fans have been left wondering what on earth could have caused Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to split after 12 years.
While Brad’s been facing fresh claims of cheating, now his ex girlfriend Sinitta has stepped forward to rule out she had anything to do with it. Phew.
The So Macho singer briefly dated Brad back in the 80s just after she split from music mogul and close pal, Simon Cowell, and recently appeared on Lorraine to talk about her former flame.
And the X Factor favourite had some pretty sweet things to say about the World War Z actor as she told ITV viewers: “The Brad Pitt that I knew was from a very religious family and was very family orientated.
“He was just a lovely, lovely, guy.”
Sinitta faced a divorce of her own in 2010 after eight years with Andy Willner, who she also adopted two children with, and spoke of the difficulty in raising children after a split. She said: “It’s a real shame.”
“I am sure they will continue to be great co-parents. With the children, it’s the hardest thing in the world because when you split up it causes the children a lot of pain and you have to think about them.”
After recently telling The Sun ‘It’s nothing to do with me. I haven’t spoken to him about it’, the former popstar also clarified to Lorraine what she meant by the controversial comment.
Sinitta explained she was approached by a journalist for her reaction and when she replied it wasn’t anything to do with her, it became a denial that she was the cause of the split.
The star then went on to joke: ‘I’m really sorry, he hasn’t left Angie for me.’
Thank god for that!
Angelina filed for divorce from Brad on Monday for ‘the health of her family’, two years after the couple got married in France.
The actress has also asked for physical custody of the couple’s six children – Maddox, age 15; Pax, aged 12; Zahara, aged 11; Shiloh, aged 10; and twins Vivienne and Knox, aged eight.
By Naomi Bartram