Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie never got back together, despite a report from a year ago falsely claiming the estranged spouses were reconciling. Gossip Cop exclusively debunked the claim last year. Time has proven it false.
On May 10, 2017, Life & Style published a bogus cover story claiming Pitt and Jolie were "secretly dating" again eight months after their split. A so-called "friend" of the exes was quoted as telling the magazine that "old feelings" had started to return between the two. The suspicious source further contended that the estranged spouses would soon "take the reunion public."
Gossip Cop, however, debunked the article immediately after it was published last May. A mutual pal of ours and Pitt told us on the condition of anonymity that he hadn't gotten back together with his estranged wife. A Jolie confidante similarly told us on background that they hadn't rekindled a romance. Obviously, our insiders were correct and that remains the case 12 months later.
As opposed to reuniting with Jolie, People recently reported that Pitt has started dating again and "seems much happier" in the year and a half since his separation. Meanwhile, the reputable outlet recently noted that Jolie "has no interest in dating at all" following the split. Not only haven't the exes reconciled, but they're currently on different pages when it comes to their love lives.
After it became abundantly clear last year that Pitt and Jolie weren't getting back together, Life & Style dropped the narrative and came up with new ones that were no more accurate. In July, just two months after the magazine claimed Pitt had reconciled with his estranged wife, it wrongly reported that the actor was developing a romance with Sienna Miller. Obviously, no such relationship ever never panned out.
By November, the untrustworthy tabloid had forgotten all about Miller, as well as the notion that Pitt and Jolie had reunited. Instead, the publication made up a bogus story about the estranged spouses battling over who gets to spend Thanksgiving with the kids. In the months that followed, the outlet manufactured additional phony storylines about the movie star bonding with ex-wife Jennifer Aniston.
The tabloid recently got more creative with Pitt's dating life when it concocted an article about the actor's friends trying to set him up with different famous women, including Jennifer Lawrence, Charlize Theron, Emilia Clarke and Kristen Wiig. The only thing consistent about the magazine's various premises is that they're all wrong.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.