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Michael Douglas
Michael Douglas: marital advice

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Douglas attacks Hollywood marriages
By Nigel Rosser, Evening Standard
13 March 2006

Twice-married Michael Douglas has attacked the state of Hollywood relationships.

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The actor, 61, said Brad Pitt was a fool to leave Jennifer Aniston for Angelina Jolie. He claimed the pair, who are having a baby together this year, will not stay together.

He said: 'I don't know about Brad Pitt, leaving that beautiful woman (Aniston) to go hold orphans for Angelina.

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'I mean how long is that going to last? And don't ask me what happened with Renée Zellweger (and husband Kenny Chesney). I don't know how you get married for four months.'

Zellweger filed for divorce from country singer Chesney last December after only four months, citing fraud.

Douglas, who denies claims he has been treated for sex addiction, says meeting wife Catherine Zeta Jones stopped him sleeping around.

He told GQ magazine: 'You learn to respect something of value and nurture it, and treat it well.'

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