There was allegedly ‘no sizzle’ between Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston at an Oscars after-party

But what about the wrist grab?!?!

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  • Brad Pitt won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
  • After the ceremony, he and Jennifer Aniston reportedly hung out at an after-party in Los Angeles.
  • There was alleged ‘no sizzle’ between the two despite their intense chemistry at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in January.

As the hours’ pass, more and more details about all the Oscars after-parties surface. We already know that after Brad Pitt won his Best Supporting Actor award for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, he was pictured several times with Regina King and hung out with Tiffany Haddish after she manifested a meetup with him. And now, thanks to a new Page Six report, we know he also saw Jennifer Aniston, who happens to be his ex-wife, in case you somehow forgot.

Reportedly, once Brad left the ceremony, he moseyed his way on over to a famous annual party hosted by ‘music bigwig’ Guy Oseary and attended by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, and Laura Dern. The Friends star also attended, which brings us to the just-published intel.

Page Six’s sources said that while they were both celebrating their huge years, they hung out for a bit. But listen to this upsetting bombshell: While Jen congratulated Brad on his big win, there was ‘no sizzle this time around.’

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Obviously, this is terrible news for anyone who did a deep dive into their Screen Actors Guild Awards body language and found ‘Jennifer and Brad’s touches lingered just a bit.’

As of now, it looks like all the Brad and Jen shippers who made that legendary wrist grab from the SAGs their iPhone lock screen will have to find another. Maybe they can even replace it with the Regina King pics? Just a thought.

This post was originally published on Cosmopolitan US

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