As one might imagine, Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday was an extravagant event that included an incredibly star-studded guest list.
The party, which took place at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles in February, was attended by numerous A-listers. Amal Clooney was there, as was Ellen DeGeneres, Kate Hudson, and Aniston’s lifelong pal and Friends co-star Courtney Cox. The list doesn’t end there either – Gwyneth Paltrow, Sandra Bullock, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, and Katy Perry were all in attendance, too.
But there was one guest we most certainly didn’t expect, former flame Brad Pitt.
Are you shook? Because we’re shook.
Though he tried to sneak past the paparazzi, Pitt did not go unnoticed. Of course, now there’s widespread speculation over the reason for his attendance.
Had he been personally invited to the event by Aniston herself? Are they friends again? We can’t imagine romance is in the cards – or is it? It’s been months, yet so many questions still go unanswered.
Seriously though, why would her ex attend her birthday bash? What more is going on here? Inquiring minds want to know.
While their love didn’t last, Aniston and Pitt originally began dating back in 1998 and were married in 2000. They appeared to be one of the most genuine couples in Hollywood, but it all came to an end in 2005.
Yes, the same year that Mr. and Mrs. Smith hit theaters.
Pitt and Aniston’s divorce was finalized amid rumors that Pitt had fallen for his movie co-star Angeline Jolie. And, of course, he did end up marrying her 9 years later.
As you surely noticed, the tabloids produced quite a constant stream of content focused on the three celebrities.
In 2015, however, Aniston remarried – this time tying the knot with Justin Theroux. However, though they had once appeared blissfully in love, the marriage only lasted a short 2 years.
Now with Aniston being single, and Pitt being divorced, is there hope the two could rekindle their romance? After all, Brad DID just spend almost 80 Million on her birthday gift! No one does that without a good reason, right?