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Celebrity Tattoos: Tattoo quotes on Angelina Jolie hot or not in Hollywood?

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Tattoo quotes and cover up tattoos on Angelina Jolie —

[Dec. 27]

Love tatts have been all the rage in Hollywood the past few decades — a trend made extremely popular by green celebrity Angelina Jolie. When she and Billy Bob Thornton hooked up and got married, Angelina Jolie got his name tattooed on her upper arm to proclaim to the world she was forever his. The star celebs seemed very much in love and were the odd celebrity couple of the day. With public displays of affection aplenty, Hollywood celebrity couples — for a brief flash in history — though the May – December romance was here to stay. But what happened to her famous BILLY BOB when the celebrity couple broke up and divorced? The trendy tatt became taboo in a big way and is covered up by something far more cool than a love tatt (or even partner Brad Pitt’s name today).

New TV show BOOMTOWN to expose real environmental cost of oil production on Planet Green?

Planet Green is hosting a new reality television show themed documentary about the real cost of oil, not at the pumps but what communities that produce oil have to pay out in quality of life to reap the benefits selling oil brings. The eco friendly channel revealed the following details about their new reality TV show names BOOMTOWN slated to air Saturday nights (starting January 29). The eco-friendly show promises to expose the ugly underbelly of the oil baron land holders and the new reality TV celebrities, in that the residents who get rich quick from the discovery of oil struggle with their own leviathan of sacrificing community for the sake of money. In the wake of the BP Gulf Oil Spill and the very real fact that the most researched phrases on the World Wide Web in 2010 were all related to oil spill news (even surpassing searches for Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and other celebrity figures like Twilight’s Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner), the show promises to reveal far more interesting cultural events that Kate Gosselin appearing on Sarah Palin’s Alaska [run by their cable network competition on TLC].