That's a BFD, according to this body language expert.
In true celebrity fashion, a.k.a. when everyone least expected it, Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt sent the internet into a tailspin at this year’s SAG Awards when they greeted each other backstage like THE chillest exes of all time. In one corner of the web, stans rallied for them to get back together, and in another, deniers stood their ground insisting these two were destined for friendship and friendship only (if that).
Regardless of the camp you’ve pledged your allegiance to, the bond between them is undeniable, says author and body language expert Karen Donaldson. In fact, it’s what convinces her reconciliation isn’t such an unusual thing to root for.
If you're giddy for another Pittiston (I just made that up but I’m sticking with it) sighting at this weekend's Academy Awards, you might want to take some notes about which ~signals~ to look out for. When you break it down, Jen and Brad's body language now isn't that different from what it looked like during their days as a married duo.
While it might not have been enough to keep them together the first time around, with two marriages, divorces, and 15 years of growth under their belts, who knows? Crazier things have happened at the Oscars.
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