A new tabloid report about Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston planning a surprise wedding in Hawaii is completely ridiculous. Gossip Cop can debunk this fake news. There's zero truth to it.
According to Woman's Day, the former spouses spent the past year reconnecting amid her and Justin Theroux's marriage problems. As the story goes, they're ready to tie the knot again now that the actress is officially separated. A so-called "source" tells the magazine, "Brad and Jen already know each other inside out and they're so happy to be back together, so they figure, why wait?"
The outlet's questionable source goes on to say that Pitt has proved to Aniston he's a changed man since leaving her for Angelina Jolie in 2005. "After he split with Ange, Brad wrote a heartfelt apology to Jen for the way he treated her," adds the supposed insider. "She really appreciated it and texted him to thank him. Over time, all those old feelings came flooding back."
The alleged tipster further contends that Pitt and Aniston, who wed in Malibu in 2000, want "to go somewhere new" for their supposed second ceremony. "They chose Hawaii," asserts the seemingly phony insider. "It's a fresh start for them. The beginning of a new life together." Some of the famous guests who will attend the nuptials are said to include George and Amal Clooney, Julia Roberts and several of Aniston's former "Friends" co-stars.
As Gossip Cop has repeatedly noted, and other reputable outlets like People have corroborated, Pitt and Aniston haven't reunited in the wake of her split from Theroux. The ex-spouses have exchanged friendly text messages in the past, but they haven't actually seen each other in a long time. It goes without saying, the two aren't planning a wedding in Hawaii or anywhere else. Gossip Cop has repeatedly been assured by sources close to both stars, as well their individual reps, that these many tales of a reconciliation are 100 percent fabricated.
Unfortunately, Woman's Day has been pushing this bogus narrative for the past few weeks. Gossip Cop recently busted the publication for falsely claiming that Aniston and Pitt got engaged right after she and Theroux broke up. On the heels of that nonsense, we called out the magazine for making up a story about Jolie getting "revenge" on Pitt and Aniston following their (nonexistent) reunion. This latest absurdity about a Hawaiian wedding is simply more fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.