Are Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reclaiming their title as "Hollywood's Golden Couple"? That's the claim in one of this week's tabloids, which says the ex-spouses have slowly rekindled their romance. Gossip Cop can debunk the bogus story.
On the heels of Pitt attending his ex-wife's 50th birthday party earlier this month, In Touch has decided to publish a bogus story about the exes being on the path to reuniting. According to the magazine, neither of them has been "able to let go," despite both moving on and marrying other people following their divorce. "Brad and Jen have realized that they never really stopped loving each other," a supposed insider tells the outlet. "In the end, true love won out."
The alleged source further contends, "Once they were single again, they realized they could pick up where they left off. It all started with baby steps. They're taking things slowly and seeing where this will go." The seemingly phony tipster concludes, "It just goes to prove that they've always been the love of each other's lives."
In reality, the ex-spouses are friendly again, but they're not getting back together. E! News reported that Pitt attended Aniston's birthday party to support her as a friend, but "they definitely aren't dating or on that path." Meanwhile, "Entertainment Tonight" noted that Pitt didn't stay at Aniston's party for very long. "He came to support her, spoke to other friends of his that were there and headed out," said the outlet. The exes are on good terms these days, but the idea they're falling in love again simply isn't true.
Additionally, it's quite odd for In Touch to say the ex-spouses are "slowly" rekindling their romance. Gossip Cop busted the magazine last month for publishing a phony cover story claiming Pitt and Aniston were having a baby girl together. The unreliable outlet seems to have forgotten all about the imaginary pregnancy it came up with in January.
Here's another thing the magazine seems to have forgotten. Back in October, the publication insisted that Pitt and Aniston were expecting a "miracle baby" together. And last August, the tabloid contended that Pitt and Aniston were going on a honeymoon in Italy following a so-called "backyard commitment ceremony." None of those imaginary developments are mentioned in this latest article, which dials the scenario way back without acknowledging all of the previous claims made about the exes. The publication seems to think its readers have a short memory span, but Gossip Cop doesn't.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.