The internet can’t handle Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s SAG Awards moment

Fans and celebrities alike couldn't contain their feelings

Stop what you’re doing right now. Exes Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt were spotted and supporting each other’s win at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

When Pitt was delivering his speech after winning the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor for in a Supporting Role, the camera panned to Aniston, who was applauding him.

Then, when Aniston won an award for Outstanding Female Actor in a Drama Series, Pitt was watching her winning speech backstage. E! News caught the moment and posted it on their Instagram page.

The actors later congratulated each other backstage, which caused the internet to freak out. Fans and celebrities alike couldn’t contain their feelings while watching the Aniston-Pitt reunion.

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It goddamn looks like it. #CommentsByCelebs #SAGAwards

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Aniston and Pitt were married from 2000 to 2005. They split up after the latter had an affair with his “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” co-star Angelina Jolie. Despite that, the ex-couple reportedly remained good friends and were even spotted attending the same Christmas party last December.

If you’re wondering if the two will get back together since they’re both divorced, both Aniston and Pitt have denied the rumors. Aniston told Entertainment Tonight on the SAG Awards red carpet that the rumors were “hysterical.” Pitt also joked during his Golden Globes acceptance speech that he’s dating every woman he stands next to.

BRB, we’re currently processing this wholesome moment.


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