Brad Pitt did not ask Jennifer Aniston to marry him again, despite a completely false tabloid cover story. Gossip Cop looked into the supposed reunion between the ex-spouses, and we're exclusively told they aren't rekindling a romance.
"Brad & Jen: A Second Chance At Love!" reads a headline in the latest issue of In Touch. The untrustworthy publication attempts to illustrate its lie with a photoshopped image (see above) of the exes posing together, which hasn't happened in more than a decade. The accompanying article claims the pair have reconnected and he's leaning on her amid his divorce from Angelina Jolie, while she's confiding in him about her alleged marital trouble with Justin Theroux.
A so-called "friend" tells the magazine, "Brad and Jen have bonded like never before over the past year... He flat out told Jen that if he ever had the chance, he would marry her again." The alleged source continues, "She was left speechless by Brad's stunning admission. Jen was deeply touched by Brad's heartfelt words, and it has remained on her mind ever since... She'll always be his greatest love, his soulmate, and he's relying on her as his closest confidante right now."
The seemingly phony insider further purports that Aniston's husband and Pitt's estranged wife are both unhappy about their supposed reunion. In Theroux's case, the "source" claims the actor became furious after learning of his wife's communication with Pitt during their recent getaway to Mexico. As for Jolie, she's allegedly "in a jealous rage over Brad and Jen's deep friendship." The magazine's almost assuredly nonexistent insider concludes, "If the stars align, Brad and Jen could very well end up remarried."
Gossip Cop, however, has exclusively learned there's no truth to this narrative. A source close to Pitt assures us he never told his ex-wife he wants to remarry her, nor are they on the verge of getting back together. And while the tabloid relied on untraceable sources, Pitt's spokesperson exclusively tells Gossip Cop on the record that the cover story is "completely untrue." Meanwhile, a rep for Aniston similarly tells us the tabloid's tale is false, before questioning why anyone would believe "week after week of these made-up stories." The only remotely accurate aspect of this article is that Pitt and Aniston spoke via text nearly one year ago. All of the other details about the nature of their relationship are fabricated.
It should be noted, just last week Gossip Cop awarded In Touch with the dubious honor of publishing 2017's top wrong rumor about Pitt, which was that he and Aniston were "in love" again. Unfortunately, the unreliable tabloid is ringing in 2018 by recycling that same untrue storyline.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.