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Brad Pitt spotted at Jennifer Aniston's 50th birthday party

Brad Pitt spotted at Jennifer Aniston's 50th birthday party

Other guests at the party were said to include another of Brad's former flames, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, as well as Jennifer's former boyfriend John Mayer, and the singer's ex-girlfriend Katy Perry, who arrived by motorcycle with her partner Orlando Bloom.

Earlier in the evening, Jennifer, who turns 50 on Monday, stunned in a strappy black jumpsuit and heels as she entered the historic hotel, which is reportedly her favourite Hollywood hotspot.

It was previously claimed Jen and Brad had got back in contact following his 2016 split from Angelina Jolie.

In her own post, Paltrow wrote, "Happy birthday (last night and tomorrow) to #jenniferaniston our ray of sunshine, example of perpetual goodness".

Also among the attendees was George Clooney, who arrived in style with his glamorous wife Amal, while Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber also made their way into the party.

Witherspoon, in fact, apparently took a tumble on her way out of the party, with photos from the event showing the "Big Little Lies" star seeming to trip on the stairs as she exited.

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But those instances were too infrequent and now Maker has a chance for more playing time with a rebuilding Pistons team. Originally drafted by the Pistons with the eighth overall pick in 2015, Johnson's entry-level contract expires in 2020.

What do you think about the news that Brad and Jennifer celebrated her party together?

Brad attended the bash alongside a host of celebrities.

Aniston and Pitt first met in 1998 and married in 2000 when they instantly became a Hollywood power couple.

According to People magazine, Brad's split from Angelina Jolie and Jen's recent divorce from Justin Theroux has rekindled their friendship.

"Sure, there were bumps, and not every moment felt fantastic, obviously, but at the end of it, this is our one life and I would not stay in a situation out of fear".

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