Brad Pitt Jokes That He Has a Tinder Profile at the SAGs

He also laughed about his history of failed marriages.

Brad Pitt
(Image credit: ROBYN BECK)

Brad Pitt took home the SAG Award for best male actor in a supporting role on Sunday night, deadpanning: "I got to add this to my Tinder profile." Pitt turned his acceptance speech into a comedy short, joking about everything from his costars' feet to his marital status. I quote: "It was a difficult part: A guy who gets high, takes his shirt off, and doesn’t get on with his wife." Cut to Jennifer Aniston, who laughed and applauded.

But seriously: a Tinder profile? Could Pitt be on Tinder now? He's been single for a while, focusing on his family, his sobriety, and, I guess, his friendship with Leonardo Di Caprio. You've got to meet people somehow, right?

Here's the full speech:

Anyway, Twitter lost its mind, and by Twitter I mean me and also Twitter.

I mean, imagine. There you are, swiping with a pack of Cheetos in one hand and your phone in the other, and "Brad, 56" comes up. I feel like Pitt would be on Raya, honestly, but maybe he's a man of the people after all?

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