Justin Theroux reportedly extended an olive branch to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in the form of an invitation to his upcoming wedding to Jennifer Aniston.
A source reportedly told British magazine Grazia that Theroux and Aniston are "so happy right now" and "they don't want any bad feeling in any aspect of their lives by the time they tie the knot."
"Justin knows that Jen and Brad talk occasionally and he likes the actor [the pair have met a few times]. Obviously, this means inviting Angelina too. Jennifer was taken aback, as she really didn't think Justin would want her ex-husband there, but she loves the fact he's so OK about it," the source told the magazine.
Well, this is a new one. We've become so used to stories about Aniston feuding with Brad and Angie that we were totally thrown by the idea that Theroux would want to make nice.
Aniston herself has said that there is no bad blood between her ex-husband and Jolie, but somehow we doubt that they really scored an invite to the wedding -- especially when there have been so many unconfirmed claims reported about her impending nuptials.
OK magazine reported that Aniston is planning on throwing a "low-key" affair, and “they only want to have people at the wedding that know them as a couple," according to an insider, who also claims they plan on having only 50 guests because they want to relax and enjoy the day.
If they are planning on having a relaxing day, it seems doubtful that they'd invite the two biggest A-list stars, who would draw the most attention possible to the wedding.
Meanwhile, there have been some strange reports about Aniston's preparation for the wedding as well. Despite the fact that we have no idea where it will be, or when it will be, the British magazine Look claims that Aniston is concerned about how her breasts will looks on the big day. According to the magazine, the 43-year-old actress has been undergoing a kind of massage therapy that targets the breasts and works to keep their shape and perkiness.
"Her massage therapist insists this technique helps maintain shape and prevents sagging," a source said of the gravity-defying massage. "Jen's been having the massages for 12 weeks now — she started as soon as she got engaged and says they're the best treatment she's ever had."
Well, now we've heard just about everything.
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