Brad Pitt Just Responded to the Rumors He's Back With Jennifer Aniston

Pitt was spotted at Aniston's 50th birthday party back in February, recently prompting paparazzi to ask Pitt about whether the two are getting back together.

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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston haven't been married for 14 years, but because the general public can't let anything die, the couple still gets questions about getting back together. Entertainment Tonight (opens in new tab) reported that Pitt was walking to his car in Los Angeles this past Friday when a paparazzi cameraman asked, "I got to ask you, everyone wants to know, are you and Jen getting back?"

Pitt, who's clearly tired of having to answer this question, simply laughed and said, "Oh my god," before stepping into his car and telling the cameraman to "have a good one." How sweet, Brad.

Rumors about the two flared up back in February when Pitt was spotted (opens in new tab) at Aniston's 50th birthday party. A source told Entertainment Tonight (opens in new tab) that the two had "been friendly" since their divorce and that Pitt went "to support" Aniston.

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The source said, "Jen and Brad have remained friends and have spoken with each other quite a few times since they both became single. They are friends and have supported each other through some tough times. They've come so far since their marriage and plan to stay friends for life. There are truly no hard feelings between them."

A source also told People (opens in new tab) that Aniston "debated back and forth with friends if she should invite him." In the end, the source said, "she was very happy that he showed up."

But even though the two are on good terms—and both currently single—it doesn't seem like they'll be getting back together anytime soon. A source told People (opens in new tab) back in 2018, "They broke up, and they did it because they had serious issues. They’re not stupid. They remember why it didn’t work."

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