- Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's relationship is in a really good place right now, in case you didn't notice.
- Sources say Brad and Jen "love and adore each other" rn and have a super mature relationship following their divorces.
The world has truly never been the same since the collective hope of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston getting back together has been restored. I mean thank GOD, because a lot of Hollywood's golden couples have called it quits, and I was running out of people to ship together. But thanks to Brad and Jen's epic hand-holding moment during Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, I don't think that will be a problem for me (or anyone else), anytime soon.
Continuing the narrative of Brad and Jen Please Get Back Together 2020 is a juicy new tidbit courtesy of Entertainment Tonight, whose source claims that Brad has made a point to tell Jennifer that he's sorry for the slip-ups he made while they were together. Since then, Brad and Jen have apparently put that drama in the past...which is why their "friendship" is thriving right now!
"Brad is completely sober now and is in such a different place than he was when they were together," the source said. "Brad is truly an introspective guy who has worked hard on himself. He has apologized to her for many things he felt were his issues in their relationship. He truly takes ownership of his mistakes and that has changed their relationship with each other today. They both have moved on."
Now, Brad and Jen's relationship has grown significantly ever since they both ended their marriages—Brad with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, and Jennifer with her ex-husband, Justin Theroux. "Right now they just love and adore each other and have been much closer friends since their divorces," a second source told ET of Jen and Brad. "They have a very mature relationship that has evolved over time because they both have experienced marriages that didn’t work out."
Welp, if ya need me...I will be spiraling over "they just love and adore each other" and re-lighting my Brad and Jen reconciliation prayer circle candles for the millionth time. Don't mind me.