Definitions

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  • proper noun slang The couple consisting of celebrities Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

Etymologies

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Blend of Brad and Angelina.

Examples

  • The reporters I met that day mostly cover national security -- they're not interested in Brangelina -- they want to know about the classified material that appears in my movie.

    Doug Liman: The Making of Fair Game

  • The reporters I met that day mostly cover national security -- they're not interested in Brangelina -- they want to know about the classified material that appears in my movie.

    Doug Liman: The Making of Fair Game

  • The reporters I met that day mostly cover national security -- they're not interested in Brangelina -- they want to know about the classified material that appears in my movie.

    Doug Liman: The Making of Fair Game

  • The reporters I met that day mostly cover national security -- they're not interested in Brangelina -- they want to know about the classified material that appears in my movie.

    Doug Liman: The Making of Fair Game

  • The reporters I met that day mostly cover national security -- they're not interested in Brangelina -- they want to know about the classified material that appears in my movie.

    Doug Liman: The Making of Fair Game

  • I check in on Brangelina is the new pink gossip daily, consume cute imagery until i'm overloaded, depress myself with what happens post secret, and read the living journals of close friends who share juicy stories.

    "I can't even stomach blogs written by dear friends"

  • I check in on Brangelina is the new pink gossip daily, consume cute imagery until i'm overloaded, depress myself with what happens post secret, and read the living journals of close friends who share juicy stories.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Maybe it's just the inability to make a ridiculous "Brangelina" - style hybrid name out of their union

    SplicedFeed

  • LONDON, U.K. -- Almost every day, world-famous couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are referred to in the news as "Brangelina" -- and the "Changeling" star said she doesn't mind, despite rumors to the contrary.

    ShowHype - Top Entertainment News, Videos, and Blogs

  • The phenomenon known as Brangelina, perhaps the most infamous real-life/on-screen couple in recent history, allegedly began on the set of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.”

    In honor of 'Going the Distance,' we ask: Can real-life couples do big-screen romance?

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