Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt have sent the internet into multiple frenzy over the past two years with moments of interaction that many have indicated has the potential to rekindle their romance. The couple were married for almost five years before they split in 2005.
In September, Aniston, 52, appeared in a “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” virtual reunion and reading table in which she and Pitt, 57, found themselves among a host of other A-listers.
Fans also lost their minds when the “Friends” actress passed Pitt at the 2020 SAG Awards; cameras caught the pair exchanging friendly banter with a brief grip as the two quickly caught up with each other.
Aniston was questioned about the moment during a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” as the shock jock asked her about the “awkward” exchange.
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She told Stern it wasn’t weird at all.
“It was absolutely fun. You know Brad and I are pals,” Aniston said. “Like, we’re friends and we’re talking.”
“There’s no quirk at all,” she added, “except for everyone who probably watched it and wanted it to be.”
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After their divorce in 2005, Aniston got married Justin theroux in 2015. The couple, who started dating in 2011, eventually broke up in 2018. Pitt married Angelina Jolie in 2014. The former couple share six children together and are currently in the process of divorce.
Pitt and Aniston sparked reconciliation rumors after admitting they were still good friends and sometimes hung out. The 56-year-old actor even assisted her 50th anniversary celebration as well as her starry holiday party in 2019.
“I’m going to run into Jen, she’s a good friend. Yeah,” Pitt mentioned on the 2020 Golden globes Red carpet.
Meanwhile, Aniston has argued to Stern that while she hasn’t found love yet, she is “of course open to it.”
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However, she insisted in the interview that she wouldn’t join any of the popular dating apps and that she was “doing very well” without them.
“There’s nothing anonymous about it and I wouldn’t do that,” Aniston said of elite dating app Raya. “I don’t want to do this and I don’t need to do this. I’m fine.”
Fox News’s Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.
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