Brad Pitt went to Jennifer Aniston's Christmas party because yes, they are friends, remember?
Shocking news this morning as man attends party.
Over the weekend, Jennifer Aniston threw herself a festive Christmas bash.
It had everything you could ever want from a Christmas-based event: canopies, alcohol, a stunning LA location and, of course, Brad Pitt.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor landed down to Aniston's Bel Air home over the weekend - and although he was allegedly one of the last to leave, the party ended before midnight so like, honestly who cares?
Anyway, here's what, ahem, went down.
"Brad arrived a little after 7 p.m. and most guests started arriving soon after," a source told E! News. "He was among the first arrive and the second to last guest to leave at close around 11 p.m."
Early enough close for a Christmas party but hey listen, who are we to judge?
This comes after Brad and Jen (who are both single, unfortunately, for those among us who cannot grasp the mere concept of a male and female being just friends) took a nice holiday together in Rome.
Well, not entirely together. They also went with George and Amal Clooney - and although, yeah alright, that whole scenario may absolutely seem like an intense romantic couples getaway, we don't know what went on, lads.
We don't even know if it happened for sure. Even though it probably did. But sure listen.
Jennifer has long refuted the fact that she needs to be in a relationship to be happy, which is a rare but necessary breath of fresh air considering all people seem to talk about is how sad she must be as a single woman.
She also hates being set up with random people on dates for the sake of it, stating earlier this year: "Hey, listen, I just don’t like being set up. I don’t like it. I hate it."
And look, obviously Brad and Jen breaking up in 2005 was a blow. It was sad. It was a Hollywood couple that we were all counting on.
But the two of them have been in touch for years, and it's only now that they're both single that they're clearly comfortable enough to spend time together.
Just as friends. Maybe.