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Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie's Wedding Will NOT Feature Elephants

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Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

Rumors have been flying about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wedding ever since the news of their engagement broke.

Will it be an intimate, small scale ceremony? Or a no holds barred extravaganza of luxury?

There were rumors flying recently that the wedding would be over the top, with dancing ponies and a whole bunch of elephants!

Now it seems that that's just not true.

PETA, when hearing about elephants possibly being involved, must've gotten right on the case, because they've just released a statement:

"It would be out of character for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt—a couple who clearly values family and has donated millions to safeguard land and wildlife in Africa—to have elephants at their wedding ceremony. They probably realize that elephants used as props at events and in other forms of entertainment are separated from their families, kept chained most of their lives, carted from town to town, and beaten in training so that they perform on cue. They know that sensitive, family-oriented animals deserve to live in peace. PETA wishes the couple all the best in their life together."

So glad to hear that they're not going to force poor animals to perform at their wedding!

They should start their marriage out right, cruelty-free!

Way to be compassionate, you two love birds!!

[Image via Apega/WENN.]

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