CLAIM: Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie to “Bury the Hachet” Over Lunch in London
The tabloid says the “longtime archenemies” made the plans after Aniston supposedly “sent flowers to Angie” to congratulate Jolie on her engagement to Aniston’s ex-husband, Brad Pitt.
According to the magazine, “the gesture prompted Angie to call Jennifer to thank her, which led to an invitation to lunch in London late this summer.” Of course, the Enquirer says this is not really about friendship and good intentions, instead speculating that Jolie and Aniston’s (supposed) luncheon “may turn into the cat fight of the century!”
“Jen and Angelina have hated each other for years, and they’ve each thought long and hard about what they’d say if they ever got face to face,” explains a so-called Aniston “friend.” The source continues, “Angelina will be going on the attack about Jen always playing the victim — and Jen is going to blast back at Angie for being Hollywood’s greatest husband stealer.”
Wait, so Jolie and Aniston are supposedly meeting for lunch… just to fight? That’s what the Enquirer seems to think, even adding that Pitt is “said to be ‘freaking out’ over the upcoming confrontation.”
“He envisions the two women pulling hair and punching at each other over the bad blood they’ve harbored for years,” an “insider” tells the tabloid. Seriously? The Enquirer wants us to believe that Aniston sent flowers to Jolie as a ruse to get the two women together for a lunch bloodbath in which Jolie and Aniston viciously unload on each other?
Here’s the truth: Neither Jolie nor Aniston cares nearly, nearly as much about this supposed feud as the Enquirer does, with its endless hysterical coverage of “bad blood” between the two stars, reporting that twists reality and often sounds like a joke.
Sources close to both parties tell Gossip Cop there are NO plans whatsoever for a Jolie-Aniston lunch date. Now, when the meeting it fabricated never happens, the Enquirer will pretend it was canceled because of the feud it spends every week exaggerating. It’s a clever trick for perpetuating a tabloid saga, but it’s 100% false.