Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Ring

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Dear Ted:
Did you see this one coming, you know, Brad Pitt giving Angelina Jolie an engagement ring? And it only took seven years. So do you think we will see a wedding this year, or will that take another seven years?
—Just Wondering

Dear the Seven-Year Engagement:
While it would have been nice to see Brad and Ang stay true to their marriage-equality declaration, it's totally sweet the two want to tie the knot for their kids. I'm not surprised Brangelina's brood got a little impatient waiting for equality, and I wouldn't expect a long engagement either. Since their kids seem to be at the heart of this decision, methinks you'll see Brad and Angie walking down the aisle fairly soon. Here's hoping!

Dear Ted:
What about Demi Lovato for Josh Hutcherson? She's cute but a little sassy! I think she's perfect for him.

Dear No Love-ato:
Hmmm, I always pictured the perfect girl for Josh being someone more like Lily Collins—I think her nice-girl image is just so on-point for sweet Mr. Hutch. Although, J.Hutch did date Vanessa Hudgens for a bit, so at least we know he can handle a not-so-clean-cut Disney girl! But seriously, the dude rolled solo to the lovefest that is Coachella—let's gets him a GF, stat.

Dear Ted:
Why is it that I can read article after article about the supposed relationship between Cory Monteith and Lea Michele and see source after source and even journalist themselves claim to have seen them, hugging, kissing, pretty much attached at the hip, yet no one seems to be able to get a picture of it?! If everyone is able to see it, why can no one show us actual proof? Never has a supposed relationship been so confusing and so are they-aren't they.

Dear Finchel 4 Ever:
Hey, just because we haven't seen loads of PDA pics of the couple doesn't mean they aren't together. While Cory and Lea haven't convinced me it's anything serious, I think it's safe to say they are definitely enjoying each other's company. Just look at how much time they've been spending together—the Glee-ful couple recently took a steamy trip to Cabo and even hit up Coachella last weekend.

Dear Ted:
How about Gwyneth Paltrow or Kirsten Dunst for Grace Kelly?
—Emma Antoinette

Dear Princess Disgrace:
Let's just agree to disagree. I can't help but think that Gwyneth isn't young enough (since the biopic follows Ms. Kelly in her early years) and Kirsten isn't, well, classy enough to play princess. Sorry, Emma. Next suggestion, please.

Dear Ted:
What about Emmy Rossum for Ana in Fifty Shades? Have you seen her in Shameless? She's totally believable at playing vulnerable and doesn't seem to have a problem with the show's many sex scenes. I think she could totally pull it off!

Dear Shady Character:
Emmy might look a little different than who we had in mind for Ana (think more Lily Collins) but she can definitely pull off the innocent schtick while still doing sex scenes. Not a bad idea, though—if only we could have someone with Lily's look and Emmy's attitude!

Dear Ted:
All these dream casting for Princess Grace and the only one who comes in mind for me would be perfect for the role: Glee's Dianna Agron. She has the face, the beauty, exudes classiness, and has the talent, plus I think she would be more age appropriate. Finally, she just looks like a princess! If I can't have her portraying some live-action Disney princess, being Grace would be the next best thing! Do you agree?

Dear Saving Grace:
We do love the idea of Dianna Agron as Grace Kelly. She undoubtedly has the class, splendor, talent and attitude needed to play the princess. But Blake Lively is still our top choice. She's just too perfect for the part.

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