Jennifer Aniston throws a star-studded event for her annual Christmas party and creates a media frenzy when her ex-husband, Brad Pitt is spotted entering the building.
On Saturday, Jennifer Aniston pulled out the stops to keep her star-studded annual Christmas tree trimming party under the radar. The event was manned by a huge security force. Security checks were even done to prevent guests from going on special media.
However, that didn't stop the prying eye of paparazzi cameras from spotting Brad Pitt when he entered the party.
According to PEOPLE, it is one of Aniston's favorite Christmas traditions. Some of her guests included Ellen DeGeneres, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jimmy Kimmel, and Kate Hudson.
Reports have noted that they keep their interactions at a minimum and appear to be cordial since their divorce in 2005, a sourced revealed:
"'There are truly no hard feelings between them...They both realize that anytime they cross paths people talk about a reunion. He came on his own and quietly entered the party."
It is inevitable that they will run into each other, especially since it is award season, and they are both up for awards at this year's Golden Globes.
Aniston is up for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series Drama for the "Morning show." Pitt is up for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for his role in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
There has been a lot of speculation as to how to couple are going to handle their run-ins during the awards season. A source tells US Weekly:
"Jen and Brad are friends and occasionally connect. There's no chance that a potential run-in between Jen and Brad will be tense or uncomfortable."
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt arrive arm in arm in matching outfit at the Golden Globe Awards red carpet event, at the Beverly Hilton, on January 20, 2002 in Beverly Hills, California | Source: Getty Images (Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)
One of the most memorable times
attended the Golden Globe awards was in 2002, when they arrived in matching black suits. Cameras are on alert to catch a glimpse of their interaction this year.