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Last week, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston participated in a fundraiser-table-read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, which means they had the attention of every fan who has been watching closely to see if they’ll get back together. On Friday, Lili Reinhart, who had her recent public breakup from Cole Sprouse, tweeted her thoughts about those fans:
“Unpopular opinion: can we just leave Jennifer and Brad alone? Stop analyzing their every move and facial expression whenever they’re involved in something together. Let them live their lives in peace,” she wrote.
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Her opinion turned out not to be exactly unpopular; it got close to 55,000 likes and a few thousand retweets. But it seems that Aniston and Pitt themselves might not be as concerned with all this fan attention as Reinhart is. A source told Us Weekly that the exes actually find all of these theories very entertaining.
“They actually think it’s hysterical that fans are so obsessed with them getting back together,” the source said. “Jen is having the time of her life right now. She’s satisfied with her work and personal life.”
Before the Fast Times reading, Aniston and Pitt had a very charming on-camera interaction: “Hi, Aniston,” he said. “Hi, Pitt,” she responded. “How ya doin’,” he asked. “Good honey; how you doin’?”
This interaction between two friends who clearly care about each other was just lovely to see, even without reading into it. 2020 has been a rough year; it’s nice to see the love still very much exists between people who have been divorced for more than a decade.
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