Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are not spending Christmas with his kids or together at all, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct this outlandish story, which bears no semblance to reality. We have confirmed on numerous occasions the ex-spouses haven't even seen each other in a long time, let alone rekindled a romance.
Despite all the evidence to the contrary, New Idea exclaims on its cover that Pitt and Aniston are spending their "first holiday" together with his and Angelina Jolie's kids. The often discredited tabloid alleges it has a "source" who maintains Aniston and Pitt's six children are heading to "his Missouri home town to see his parents." The almost assuredly made-up "source" continues, "Spending Christmas with Jennifer and all his kids is a dream come true for Brad." "He wants all the people he loves under one roof come Christmas morning," adds the possibly fabricated tipster.
After noting how the custody issues between Pitt and Jolie have been resolved for the time being, the magazine's highly suspect insider claims Pitt can now "move forward with Jen and make a family with her and the kids." The frequently disproven outlet asserts the actor is "desperate to make it official with Jennifer," and believes Christmas will be "their new start."
But that's not all. The seemingly phony "source" also contends Aniston bought "$40,000 worth of presents for the kids" and cannot wait to help her "former mother-in-law Jane with the cooking." The so-called "source," who amazingly also knows Aniston's perspective, claims the former "Friends" star is "thrilled about celebrating Christmas with her true love, Brad, and his family." "It's a dream come true" for Pitt and Aniston, concludes the apparently manufactured "source."
The only ones dreaming are the fantasy writers at that publication. As opposed to the tabloid's unnamed, untraceable and likely concocted "source," Pitt and Aniston's reps have repeatedly gone on the record to call stories these days about them being romantically (or even platonically) connected untrue.
For example, in a recent article Gossip Cop debunked from that same outlet about how Pitt was allegedly going to propose to Aniston, her spokesperson asked, "Do readers actually believe this?" before emphatically stating, "There is not a shred of any proof that Jen and Brad have even seen each other in forever." His spokesperson also denied they're a couple again. Simply, this narrative about them being back together is a giant lie, and the magazine appears to be disregarding the truth and reputable reporting to push its bogus premise.
About three weeks ago, Gossip Cop busted the equally unreliable In Touch when it published a cover story that declared a pregnant Aniston was spending Christmas with Pitt and his kids. And while New Idea dropped the Aniston pregnant angle, it seems to have taken a number of In Touch's anonymous source's quotes word-for-word and pretended they were original. For instance, both articles relate verbatim how Aniston is "thrilled" to be celebrating "Christmas with her true love, Brad, and his family," and how "it's a dream come true." They both also have their supposed insiders asserting how Aniston spending Christmas with the Maleficent star's kids will "rub salt into the wounds and make [Jolie] even more livid."
Actually, the people who should be the most "livid" are the readers of these tabloids for being fed fiction. Curiously, the latest tale from New Idea makes no mention of how the magazine wrongly claimed in June Pitt and Aniston were already bringing up his kids. Nor does the publication acknowledge another false report that Gossip Cop busted about Aniston wearing an engagement ring from Pitt.
More interestingly, as we noted above, there are no references to the actress expecting, even though the magazine swore up and down seven months ago that Aniston was pregnant with Pitt's baby. And Gossip Cop would be remiss if we didn't point out how in February, the same outlet published a cover story about Pitt and Aniston having gotten married and wanting to adopt a baby. The tabloid has printed provably untrue claims in the past, and its current one about Pitt and Aniston celebrating Christmas with his kids in Missouri is yet another lie.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.