By Lisa Stanley

People Magazine says Brad Pitt has fully cooperated with the DCFS, including a drug test request, which he took voluntarily.

They also say that parenting issue were at the root of all the friction. Reportedly Brad wanted to settle in one place and put the kids in school so they could have more of a normal life. Angie wanted the opposite, she reportedly wanted to travel all over kids in tow.

And if you were hoping to see all of this in a two hour Brangelina breakup special, not gonna happen, at least not on NBC. The network was scheduled to air a one-hour special on the breakup of Brad and Angelina, but at the eleventh hour they abruptly pulled the plug.

According to Page Six in the New York Post, the reason is NBC feared burning bridges with Brad and or Angie, because they are hoping to land a sit-down with either of the two. NBC says it wasn’t them who pulled the plug, they are putting the blame on another network, ‘Lifetime.’

They say ‘Lifetime’ actually commissioned the special, and it was their VP of non-fiction that pulled it, but not before the show had already booked, talking heads, hair, makeup and shot B-roll. NBC sources say, “Every journalist in the world is going after that exclusive interview and NBC wanted in.  It’s as big as it gets and no one wants to upset Brad or Angie in fears they won’t get a sit down.”

On another note Kate Hudson and Selena Gomez both have declared how hot they think Brad is and are looking for a guy just like him! Ladies he’s available J By the way Selena is now the most followed girl on Instagram with more than a hundred million followers.


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