When did jennifer aniston and brad pitt start dating

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But even if one lets that error slide, the outlet goes on to assert that Pitt showed up to the see-and-be-seen “hotspot” and brought Aniston a couple of presents, including a “stunning ring.” The publication’s seemingly fake “insider” notes, “It was sweet.” After tellingly not describing what the fictitious “ring” looked like, the tabloid contends that Pitt “proposed to Jen that they should start a business together. '” Next, the almost assuredly make-believe “insider” is quoted as saying, “They share a passion for interior design and architecture,” so the company will involve something having to do with that.“They’ve yet to work out the nitty-gritty of what it will involve, but Jen loves the idea.” Gossip Cop again will stop to point out the absurdity of the tabloid claiming they’ll start a business together but Pitt and Aniston have no idea what that company “will involve,” yet “Jen love the idea.” That interior design tidbit was clearly thrown into the story because .They made their red carpet debut as a couple at the September 1999 Emmys.Two months after that surprise appearance, Jenny was seen rocking a solid rock at a Sting concert.It was a blind date, some sources say, and from how things turned out, they must have been thankful to their matchmaker(s) (we could drop a few bucks for a name).

Post-wedding, their flame continued to burn and Brad even made a guest appearance on Friends – what more could you require from a power couple?

This is one of Aniston’s first relationships to attract media attention.

During a time when her career had begun to gain traction thanks to Friends, Jenny was seen a couple of times out and about with the dreadlocked Adam Duritz, the lead singer for the rock band Counting Crows.

Well, before Pitt came into Aniston’s life, there were other men, though none came close as Pitt did.

Without further ado, follow us as we take you through Jennifer Aniston’s dating history.

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