Should Jennifer Aniston take Brad Pitt back? Yahoo readers weigh in

After Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt were photographed interacting after their respective wins at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, the internet went crazy speculating whether the divorced couple could possibly be setting the stage for a reunion.

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reunited at the SAG Awards. (Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Turner)

Aniston and Pitt famously parted ways in 2005 amid rumors of his affair with Angelina Jolie, whom he later started a family with and married in 2014.

Pitt and Jolie filed for divorce two years later.

While it’s unknown if love is still in the air for him and first wife Aniston, Yahoo readers weighed in with their opinions on whether the exes should pivot to being more than just friends.

Michele says we should leave it up to Aniston to make a decision for herself, because everyone deserves to be happy:

Yahoo readers weigh in on whether Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt should get back together.

One reader said it’s nobody’s business what, if anything, will happen between the pair:

Yahoo readers weigh in on whether Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt should get back together.

Anna had some advice for Aniston about men in general:

Yahoo readers weigh in on whether Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt should get back together.

Another reader shared their thoughts about why people are so fascinated by the possibility of a rekindled romance:

Yahoo readers weigh in on whether Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt should get back together.

And Scott joked that the news of a potential reconciliation has thrown his entire schedule off:

Yahoo readers weigh in on whether Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt should get back together.


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