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Watch Angelina Jolie and Her Kids Eat Bugs -- and Like it!

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February 21, 2017
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Watch Angelina Jolie and Her Kids Eat Tarantulas and Other Bugs 

ANGELINA JOLIE is a U.N. Goodwill Ambassador, and she’s in Cambodia with four of her kids. 

As a part of their "education", she had them EAT BUGS with her.  Oh, don't worry . . . they were properly cooked. 

They ate crickets, tarantulas, scorpions, and other critters.  And nobody really minded.  In fact, Knox said they tasted like dry, flavorless chips.

(Here's the video.  Careful!  If you have a weak stomach or you can't handle bugs, you might not want to watch.)

 

David Cassidy is Suffering from Dementia 

DAVID CASSIDY is going to stop touring because he's battling dementia. 

After a disastrous performance Saturday night in L.A., he told "People" magazine that his grandfather and his mother had it, and, quote, "I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming."

Cassidy is 66, and he is indeed going to stop touring to concentrate on what's important.  He said, quote, "I want to focus on what I am, who I am and how I've been without any distractions.  I want to love.  I want to enjoy life."

 

Ryan Seacrest's $50-Million Mansion Catches Fire

Ryan Seacrest's $50 million mansion caught fire Sunday night – and it caused some serious damage, burning out structures of the home, but no one was hurt.

Sources tell TMZ that an electrical problem caused the fire.

Seacrest bought the 9,200 square foot Beverly Hills estate from Ellen DeGeneres in 2012 for $49 million.  The home sits on 3-acres.  

 

Kentucky Derby And Preakness Winner Charismatic Dies Unexpectedly

Charismatic, the winning horse of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes in 1999 died unexpectedly over the weekend.

Charismatic, who fell short of the Triple Crown in ’99 when he fractured his leg while in the lead near the finish line in the Belmont Stakes, was being cared for at a retirement farm in Kentucky.

The cause of the death for the 21-year-old horse wasn't immediately known, but vets are expected to perform an autopsy.