Are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie truly compatible? The answer may be found in their names.
Sharon Lynn Wyeth, who created Neimology Science, the study of the placement of letters in names, explains in the video above that by looking at the first vowel sound in a person's name, you can determine their default communication style. If two people have different vowel sounds, they may have to work harder to communicate effectively with each other.
Take Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, for example. Both "Angelina" and "Brad" begin with an "a" vowel, which is characterized by a desire to get work done first, then connect on an emotional level, according to Wyeth.
"They are already both work-oriented first, and then play," Wyeth said. "They have the same style of communication, so there's no work involved when they're communicating with each other."
But what about Pitt and his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston? "Jennifer" begins with an "e" vowel, which Wyeth said indicates that she communicates based on emotions and intimacy -- the opposite of Pitt.
"It makes the communication more difficult, because they're coming from two different places, and they are opposite of each other," Wyeth said.
Watch the video above for more on Neimology Science. Though Jolie and Pitt may be compatible based on neimology, some astrology reports have indicated that the power couple is not compatible under their zodiac signs.
Review Pitt and Jolie's many rumored weddings in the slideshow below.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt met on the set of action flick "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" in 2005, and they confirmed their relationship in January 2006. Just two months later, Italian newspapers claimed the two would soon wed at George Clooney's home on Lake Como. Clooney debunked the rumors.
In December 2006, OK! Magazine reported that the two were planning a low-key ceremony in South Africa, with Oprah, George Clooney, Daniel Craig and Madonna said to be attending.
In 2008, Star magazine claimed that Pitt and Jolie had wed at the French Quarter Wedding Chapel in New Orleans on March 29, But the magazine later retracted the story, saying their sources did not stand by their claims.
An In Touch magazine cover said the two married on a beach in Morocco in December 2010. However, the article inside the magazine explained that the ceremony was not considered "official."
In 2011, People magazine debunked Us Weekly's claims that Jolie and Pitt were planning a summer wedding in France.
London's Daily Star quoted a source in April 2012 who claimed, "They have been quietly preparing for one of the most glamorous show-business weddings of all time for months." That wedding would have supposedly taken place at their 35-room estate in France. Summer 2012 came and went with no wedding.
In August 2012, reports began surfacing that the wedding at the Jolie-Pitt mansion in France, predicted in April, was actually happening. A local French television station claimed that family members and event planners had begun gathering at the estate. Other news outlets said the event was actually a party for Pitt's parents' 50th anniversary, and still others said there were no preparations underway for any celebration whatsoever.
The Pitt-Jolie wedding saga ends (for now) with a recent report by the Telegraph that the two married at Donna Karan's home in Turks & Caicos on Christmas Day. The rumor has not yet been confirmed.