Though the Hollywood beauty Jennifer Aniston lost the trophy to Olivia Colman, she commanded attention for two big reasons at the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards held in Los Angeles. While the first remained with her fans eagerly waiting to hear news of her running into her ex-husband Brad Pitt at the prestigious award ceremony, the second reason was the sparkling rock on her ring finger. Looking drop-dead gorgeous in a ruffled black gown, she grabbed all the attention for the ring as she walked the red carpet of the award show.
The diva has returned from her Mexican holiday, where director Will Speck too was clicked with her. Now according to DailyMail.co.uk the ring sported by the actress was part of her accessory and nothing more than. So did the filmmaker propose her during the vacation? The answer is NO. Hence, it hints towards the actress being very much single and not in a mood to mingle for sure. While many reported the diva sitting next to her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, well folks it was actually not the picture. ALSO READ: Brad Pitt-Leonardo Di Caprio And Bradley Cooper-Joaquin Phoenix; Boys Just Wanna Have Some Fun - PICS From AFI Awards
According to reports in DailyMail.co.uk, the actress was seated at the nearby table and not next to him during the award night.
Brad Pitt took home the trophy for best supporting actor in any motion picture category for his movie titled, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
The actor was heard joking about the constant link-up rumours about himself in the news, hence commenting on it he said, “I wanted to bring my mom but I couldn’t because any woman I stand next to, they say I’m dating.”And this got an epic reaction from his ex-wife Jennifer, which is unmissable. ALSO READ: Golden Globes 2020: Brad Pitt Jokes About His Dating Life; Ex-Wife Jennifer Aniston’s Reaction Is PRICELESS – VIDEO
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