Brad Pitt snubbed on Father's Day as daughter Vivienne, 15, suits up to join mom Angelina Jolie at Tony Awards... after teen dumped actor's surname amid ugly family war

         Vivienne Jolie shone in a striking suit as she joined her mother, Angelina Jolie, during the 77th Annual Tony Awards in New York City on Sunday. The 15-year-old not only joined the Maleficent actress, 49, on the red carpet, but also crossed paths with other celebrities at the glitzy event such as host, Ariana DeBose, and singer Alicia Keys. Both Jolie and her teenage daughter had involvement in the Broadway production titled, The Outsiders - which garnered a whopping total of 12 nominations for the big night. The pair's outing together comes an another blow to Brad Pitt on Father's Day shortly after his daughter notably dropped his surname on her Playbill credit. ivienne color-coordinated with her mother in teal-colored trousers as well as a matching vest that was left unbuttoned the front. She additionally donned a white shirt underneath as well as a teal bowtie and black and white-colored sneakers for a casual flare. Her golden blonde locks were parted in the middle, and fell down naturally past her shoulders. Vivienne flashed a small smile as she stood next to her mother on the red carpet who was also glammed up for the festivities. The star was elegant in a lighter, teal velvet gown that had a fitted, corset-styled bodice and a full skirt that flowed down to brush the ground. She added a matching shawl on top that slightly draped down her shoulders that offered a dramatic flare to the overall look. Angelina accessorized her ensemble with a pair of dainty, gold earrings as well as chunky bracelets on her right wrist and rings on each of her hands. Her hair was parted in the middle, and effortlessly cascaded down past her shoulders in light waves. The mother daughter duo paused for a quick photo session together upon arriving to the Lincoln Center where the ceremony took place. At one point, the pair were spotted sharing a laugh before heading into the main venue. Jolie notably took on the role of a producer for the Broadway musical, The Outsiders, which officially premiered earlier this year in April. Vivienne also had the chance to be a producer's assistant on the critically-acclaimed project. Last month in May, it was also revealed that Vivienne dropped the last name Pitt from her moniker in The Outsiders Playbill.
         According to People, the former couple's daughter was listed as Vivienne Jolie in the literature, instead of Vivienne Jolie-Pitt. It's unknown if she has legally changed her name. The move came shortly after Angelina was ordered by a judge to turn over every NDA agreement that she signed with a third-party over an eight-year period amid the ex spouses' ongoing legal battle. Vivienne's name change comes after her older sister Zahara made a similar choice in public. Last November, when she was inducted into the AKA sorority at Spelman College, she appeared to drop her father's last name as she introduced herself. In a video clip shared by Essence magazine, she stated, 'My name is Zahara Marley Jolie.' Pitt has also faced scorn from his son Pax, 20, who called him a 'world-class a**hole' and a 'despicable person' in an explosive instagram rant revealed by Also last month, Brad and Angelina's daughter, Shiloh, 18, officially requested to drop 'Pitt' from her surname in court documents obtained by TMZ. The dancer filed the paperwork on her 18th birthday which took place on Monday, May 27 and has asked that her new legal name be Shiloh Jolie. The action came after it was revealed that Pitt wants to repair his 'broken' bond with Shiloh. Brad and Angelina share biological children Shiloh as well as twins Knox and Vivienne, 15, and three adopted children: Maddox, 22, Pax, 20 and also Zahara, 19. The pair began dating after Pitt and then-wife, Jennifer Aniston, announced their divorce in 2005. The two later tied the knot in 2014, with the Maleficent actress filing for divorce in 2016 after only two years of marriage. Three years later in 2019, Brad and Angelina were declared legally single. However, the stars are still embroiled in an ongoing divorce battle and the actor reportedly has a strained relationship with this children.
        The Outsiders is based on the 1967 book, The Outsiders, written by S.E. Hinton and the 1983 movie as the same name. The musical first debuted in 2023 in La Jolla, followed by its Broadway premiere a few months earlier in April. he Outsiders garnered 12 Tony nominations, including Best Musical, Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for Brody Grant and also Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for Joshua Boone and Sky Lakota-Lynch. Earlier this month during an interview with Deadline, Jolie recalled how both she and Vivienne became involved in the Broadway production. 'My daughter Viv loves theater.'Angelina then saw the project with her daughter and noted that effect that it had on Vivienne, adding, '...I was learning what about it was important to her and why it connected so deeply to her.' The mother daughter duo were soon contacted by producers and were asked to share their thoughts on the production. 'So Viv and I sat together and we wrote down what we liked, what we were curious about.' And they responded to our notes. For me, it was a moment to learn more about Viv, not me thinking of becoming a producer.' The actress added, 'I think at some point, it just felt the team seemed to feel that we were adding to it, so I really wanted to just be a support and listen and share my thoughts where useful.' 'Most of the time, I was simply just listening. I have so much respect for Danya and her work,' she said, referencing to director Danya Taymor. 'And as a director I learned so much watching her, how she makes sure the artists who were doing such special work were heard and supported.' Jolie revealed that her daughter was 'there the whole time' and Taymor also applauded the teen for 'giving me the most amazing notes.'Angelina was later joined on stage by daughter Vivienne, 15, as she was the biggest winner of the night t the 77th Tony Awards as the musical she produced earned top honors on Broadway's biggest night. The stage production earned four wins including top honor Best Musical at the star-studded event on Sunday night. Angelina and Vivienne proudly applauded on stage next to each other as fellow producer Matthew Rego accepted the final gong of the night with an inspiring acceptance speech. The production also earned Best Direction of a Musical for Dayna Taymor, Best Sound Design of a Musical for Cody Spencer, and Best Lighting Design of a Musical for Brian MacDevitt and Hana S. Kim.


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