After their internet-breaking reunion at the SAG Awards, Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reportedly ran into each other again at an Oscars after party. It can be recalled that back in January, the exes were pictured during an arm grab at the 2020 SAG Awards.
According to Fox News, the former couple was spotted together again in Guy Oseary's Oscar After Party, where Aniston congratulated Brad on his Best Supporting Actor win but did not stay with him for long. The former power couple started in different after parties that night with the "Friends" star initially in attendance at the Netflix-hosted after-party and Brad was previously spotted in the Vanity Fair post-Oscars event, but both ended up in one event afterwards.
Aniston was standing nearby Brad who was talking to his "Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood" co-star Leonardo Dicaprio but the two weren't seen speaking to each other too much, Harpers Bazaar reports. This was much chiller than their last run-in where the exes caused an internet meltdown during their backstage reunion at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
This time, however, there were no photographs taken of the two talking at the party as compared to the photos that caused a riot in the world wide web in last months SAG Awards.
The two have previously laughed off the speculations of a romantic reunion and the obsession of the public to everything the two does, which Aniston called "hysterical" and Brad described as "blissfully naive".
Brad has been throwing jokes about how the public has treated his personal life throughout the awards season. In his acceptance speech during the Golden Globes win, he quipped about how he wanted to bring his mom along, but people always say that he is dating everyone he sits next to.
According to People, while Aniston has been very clear about her recent reunion and run-ins with her ex-husband, their source tells them that there are no romantic feelings involved. Furthermore, the source said that Jen is happy to have Brad back in her life but only as a friend.
On the other hand, Brad remains unclear about his thoughts of Aniston. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, he said that they are both on pretty good terms. Although, when he was asked during the Golden Globes, he referred to their mini-reunion as the second most important reunion of the year apart from the "Friends" HBO Max revival.
His run-in with his ex-wife was just one of Brad's Oscars' highlights, earlier that night Brad won his first-ever Academy Award for acting as Best Supporting Actor for his role in Quentin Tarantino's "Once upon a Time... In Hollywood," where he even threw shade at the Senate about not giving Trump impeachment witness, John Bolton even a second to speak.
In his acceptance speech, Brad also included a shout out to his co-star Leo, the movies director Quentin Tarantino. Furthermore, Pitt also dedicated his award to the people he has met once upon a time in Hollywood, but most importantly for his kids who he said colors everything he does. He ended his speech expressing how much he adores his children.