Courteney Cox had the most relatable reaction to Brad Pitt and Jennifer Anniston's reunion
It's fair to say that the most-talked about moment from this year's Screen Actors Guild awards weren't to do with the actual announcements of the winners, or even the speeches after.
No, this year viewers were far more fascinated with another, far more personal moment. Namely, the fact that Brad Pitt was reunited with his ex Jennifer Aniston on the red carpet.
Aniston took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for her performance as Alex Levy in The Morning Show, while Pitt received the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role for his role as Cliff Booth in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
But their reunion was bigger news, and the moment was captured by paparazzi attending the glitzy and glamorous event. Now, a number of fans of Brad and Jen are hopeful that they might decide to become a couple again, with many commentators flocking to social media to express their hopes.
This video even shows Jen staring at Brad Pitt while he delivers a speech:
Indeed, one person who seems to approve of Brad and Jen getting back together, or at least of them staying close, is Aniston's former Friends castmate Courtney Cox.
When the Instagram account Comments By Celebrities uploaded the pics of the touching reconciliation, Courtney jumped on the Brad/Jen bandwagon and liked every single post. And as you can see by scrolling down, I really do mean 'every single one.'
As you can imagine, the reaction to the pics were just as enthusiastic on other social media platforms. Indeed, Twitter-users positively exploded with excitement and weren't shy about voicing with their hopes that Brad and Jen might become an item again. Here are our favorite reactions:
After Aniston was informed by Extra that her ex-husband had been watching her acceptance speech, she replied: That's so sweet. It's just, we've all grown up together, we really have and it just feels like a really fun night to celebrate and, you know, cheer each other on and keep working."
Guys: please give each other another chance, if only we can pretend we're back in the nineties again...