Brad Pitt leaves Jennifer Aniston chuckling during her Golden Globes 2020 speech

Brad Pitt leaves Jennifer Aniston chuckling during her Golden Globes 2020 speech

Brad Pitt leaves Jennifer Aniston chuckling during her Golden Globes 2020 speech

Actor Brad Pitt has opened up about his relationship with actress and former wife Jennifer Aniston, saying they are good friends.

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt arrived together at the highly anticipated Golden Globes award night held on Sunday and were seated only a few feet apart. Now, almost 20 years from the time they said their "I dos" Jennifer Aniston found herself looking on as Brad Pitt won the best supporting actor Golden Globe on Sunday night.

While the exes each went on to marry other stars - Brad married Angelina Jolie in 2014 and Jen Wednesday Justin Theroux in 2015 - they have both since split from their significant others. Pitt and Aniston were married from 2000 to 2005, before separating and Brad left with Angelina Jolie. "She's a good friend", Brad said to Entertainment Tonight ahead of the show. He is now nominated in the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture category in Golden Globes 2020. While poking fun at himself and his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, Pitt also mentioned that he wanted to bring his mother as his date to the event.

Now, Brad Pitt has won the prestigious Golden Globes award in Best Supporting Actor category. I wouldn't be here without you, man, I thank you.

"The Golden Globes has been responsible for a lot of things like that", Barry Adelman, the awards show's producer, recently told ET of Pitt and Aniston's highly anticipated potential reunion. The camera then panned to Jennifer and her look reminded us of the Friends' episode where Rachel and Joey attend the Soapie Awards. The duo, who share six kids, called it quits in 2016 after two years of marriage and 10 years together. "That was a play on Friends", he said, seemingly referencing the Instagram-breaking reunion pic Jen posted when she joined the streaming service.

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