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Courteney Cox and Brad Pitt Have Dinner Together?



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Courteney Cox is BFF to Jennifer Aniston, but least week she put her loyalties aside to have dinner with Jennifer’s ex-husband Brad Pitt.

The “Cougar Town” star joined her best friend’s ex-husband Brad Pitt at the Hollywood restaurant, Beso, for dinner.

But relax; they weren’t alone. Courteney and Brad were part of a group of twelve people who attended a dinner party to celebrate their manager, Cynthia Pett-Dante’s, birthday.

An onlooker reported that the two were friendly, hugging and kissing as they greeted each other. They talked for a while, so we wonder if Aniston came up in conversation. But the two didn’t sit together at dinner.

However, it seemed they did enjoy catching up with each other.

“They both seemed happy and totally relaxed, very at ease. And they were both smiling the entire time. It didn’t seem awkward at all,” the onlooker reported.

Brad (47) split from Jennifer (42) six years ago. He now has six children with his “Mr and Mrs Smith” co-star Angelina Jolie. In sharp contrast, Jennifer Aniston remains single.

It was Courteney (46) who comforted her former “Friends” co-star after Jennifer and Brad’s very public divorce and Jennifer often joined Courteney’s family on holidays and special occasions. Jennifer, star of “Just Go With It” is also godmother to Courtneney’s six-year-old daughter, Coco.

So, Jennifer and Courteney are now either cool with what went down, having had six years to get over the split with Brad, or Courteney won’t be saying a whole lot about that particular dinner party to BFF Jennifer!

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