Some flirty backstage moments seized by cameras.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston couldn’t hold-off themselves to express on each other’s respective 2020 Screen Actors Guild Award win the night.
This couple has recently shown that they’ve no grudges and formerly acted and groove-on On each other’s win.
Though their responses got caught both onstage and off-stage, which came after there reconciliation rumors.
Both of them was awarded where,
Pitt was awarded for outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role for his part as a goof-off stuntman in “Once Upon a time… in Hollywood.”
On which Pitt gave a speech while accepting and saying, “Let’s be honest, it was a difficult part,” Pitt, 56, said during his acceptance speech. “The guy who gets high takes his shirt off and doesn’t get on with his wife. It’s a big stretch. Big.”
The camera is then rubbed to Aniston in the crowd who, with a big smile on her face and kept giggling on BRAD PITT’S GOLDEN GLOBES dating joke.
Later, Aniston was awarded for outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series, which was “The Morning Show.”
Soon after, she gave her bona fide speech, where Entertainment Tonight caught Pitt oozing everything backstage to hear his ex-wife giving address via a monitor(how cute, right?!).
“Wow!” was Pitt’s reaction by watching that she won.
This was all from that night, which created wholly of rumors.
Aniston, too, admitted this reaction in a positive way on which she stated that “That’s so sweet,” Aniston said. “It’s just, we’ve all grown up together, we have, and it just feels like an enjoyable night to celebrate and, you know, cheer each other on and keep working.”
While continuing, she added: “There are dark hours… or, not dark hours, but you don’t have that much of a life. So it’s nice to come out, put a pretty dress on and celebrate your friends and their work, and inspire each other to keep going.”
But we all know that there’s a difference between being friends and, Uhm, actually being into something severe. Which, all these years later, is not plain sailing, but this is what the public still seems to yen for.