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Pat O'Brien has a new book about to be released and one of the teases to get you to plunk down your money is a story he shares about running into Angelina Jolie in an elevator back in 2002. It was shortly after her split with Billy Bob Thornton and Pat says, "What's up baby?" Yeah, how would you feel if Pat O'Brien said that to you? Chances are at the time he was probably hammered, or maybe he thought it would give him a shot at Angelina. Anyway, Angelina responded that she was trying to find a guy she kind of knew because she was really horny. Pat, sensing his chance told her to call him if she couldn't find the guy. The thing is, his line probably did work on a lot of women. He says Angelina just laughed and moved on. Her version of the events would probably be something along the lines of some creepy guy was hitting on me in a hotel elevator and when I told him I was horny, he started drooling.
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