" quiz these days, so it's no surprise that the obsession with that decade's royal couple of pop culture remains.
As long as there are lists like "The Best Celebrity Couples Of All Time," or "Dream Couples We Couldn't Believe Didn't Make It," Brad and Jen are always going to resurface.
It was almost too much physical beauty to be real, creating a hyper-optimized definition of the perfect marriage, which is something search engines will likely always return.Try checking out at a grocery store without seeing a rack of gossip rags either telling you that Oprah is secretly in love with Gail, or that Jennifer Aniston is finally pregnant. To put that in perspective, Brad and Jen's divorce wasn't even finalized until just three months before Shiloh was born.We guarantee the subheading on the Jennifer headline with have at least one or two items about Brad, because where the Internet loves endless quizzes and lists (guilty as charged), the tabloids love beating a dead horse. " Wasting almost no time, Brad and Angelina had their first biological child, Shiloh, together exactly two years after they allegedly fell in love on the set of Mr. So, for five years of marriage either Jen and Brad couldn't conceive, or didn't want to, which admittedly is nobody's business, but strikes a sharp contrast to the rapid family expansion Brad jumped right into with Angelina.Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt were the quintessential celebrity couple.Jennifer was hands-down the hottest TV star of the '90s and easily transitioning to film, while Brad was not only the most sought-after movie star, but also named People's "Sexiest Man Alive" twice during their courtship.
They got married in the summer of 2000 as if it coronate the end of the '90s with the union of its most glamorous celebrity offspring.
But five short years later, that all ended with Brad moving on to what would become a long term relationship with Angelina Jolie, and Jen left looking like the jilted divorcée.
So, it's no surprise that the public has been fascinated with watching Jen post-Brad, and likely always will be.
Here is a list of some of the reasons why it might be so hard for fans to let go of Jennifrad (nailed it).
If the Internet needed fuel, that fuel would be a blend of cat pictures, memes, porn, and '90s nostalgia.
It's almost impossible to browse Facebook without being prompted to take a "Which TGIF Star Are You?