Brad Pitt Reunites with Jennifer Aniston During Her 50th Birthday

Written by on February 13, 2019

Maria Agcopra – Fourth Estate Contributor

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Hollywood nostalgia has been in the air for quite a few years now with endless reboots of popular television shows, sequels and remakes of cult movies and the internet trend of the #10YearChallenge.

Famous couples have taken notice and kept up through Jeniffer Aniston’s 50th birthday party held at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles. Almost all of Aniston’s important people of her life throughout the years were there including Hollywood heartthrob and her former husband Brad Pitt.

People confirmed the news through a close insider saying that Aniston debated back and forth whether to invite her ex at the bash and decided that he was important in shaping her life as well and extended the invite.

Onlookers spotted Pitt arriving at the Sunset Tower Hotel wearing a cap and a casual attitude upon entering. The pair were previously married from 2000-2005 until pouty lipped actress Angelina Jolie entered the picture when she worked with Pitt in the movie, ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’.

After their divorce, Aniston was linked to actor Vince Vaughn, musician John Mayer and next husband Justin Theroux, whom Aniston divorced on February 2018. Mayer was also in attendance at the 50th birthday bash but Theroux was noticeably absent. Although there is no bad blood between the recently divorced couple as Theroux posted a birthday greetings to Aniston on his Instagram.

Insiders say that even though Pitt showed up to join the festivities, Aniston wasn’t particularly cozying up with him as she was busy also entertaining other guests which includes her Friends co-alums, Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Kate Hudson, George and Amal Clooney, Barbra Streisand, Reese Witherspoon and Demi Moore to name a few.

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