The divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has yielded very little formal detail behind the real reasons that prompted the couple to split, other than the typical “unrecognizable differences” legal reference.
And yet the former couple’s tight-lipped approach, there abounds many stories and theories that seek to give logic on how Hollywood’s once enshrined marriage is now on the verge of a final debacle.
One can safely agree that of all the notions set forth, especially over the Internet, the most popular of them in one way or other has to include Jennifer Aniston in its storyline.
It is as if that’s what the general public wants to hear, that Jennifer Aniston is by and large part of what’s happening to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Even when society is pointing its fingers on Brad Pitt, it still has to do with Jennifer Aniston and karma, or somewhere along the lines.
According to a report by Radar Online Jennifer Aniston was said to have met Brad Pitt in New York’s Gansevoort Hotel, portraying the actress’ inability to cope over the years of losing her ex to Angelina Jolie.
An unnamed friend of Aniston said, “She’s just happy to hear he’s divorcing because she always held on to a little hope. He’s the love of her life, and she’s never really gotten over him.”
If this really occurred, Jennifer Aniston, the report says, refuses to comment on it, and rightfully so ‘cause she’s married to Justin Theroux.
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However, a contrasting report by CNN has Aniston’s long-time friend Courtney Cox rejecting memes and such stories.
“I feel like we’re exacerbating it by even talking about it.” Courtney Cox said. “It’s not about her.”
More notable was Jennifer Aniston’s husband’s comments on the issues as “nonsense”, and that “there are bigger things to b**ch about.”
“It’s shocking how much bandwidth things can take up when there are far more important things going on in the world.” Justin Theroux said.
In the end, a couple’s divorce is mainly about themselves, and what or how things went wrong for them within their union rather than from outside it.
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