Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt have reunited onscreen for the first time, and fans accused the pair of 'flirting' during the steamy scene.
On Thursday night the exes, who were famously married before Brad began dating Angelina Jolie, got together for a live reading of Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
The pair, who got divorced back in 2005, appeared to be getting on swimmingly well as they looked as if they were having a fun time catching up while also acting.
Brad starred as the character of Brad Hamilton, – originally played by Judge Reinhold – and Jennifer played the girl his character has a crush on, Linda.
In the steamy scene, Brad's character heads into the bathroom while the narrator, played by Morgan Freeman, sayings: "Brad is j**king off."
Brad's character during the scene is fantasising about Linda.
Jen then comes in with the line: "Hi Brad, you know how cute I always thought you were.
"You’re so sexy."
In the classic scene, Linda, who was originally played by Phoebe Cates, is topless but Jennifer was fully dressed for the scene.
The event, which was held over Zoom, was in support of a coronavirus charity called CORE.
Other celebs involved were Shia LaBeouf, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Jimmy Kimmel, John Legend, Henry Golding, Dane Cook and the original film's star Sean Penn.
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The last time the pair appeared onscreen together was during an episode of Friends back in 2001.
Brad, took on the role of Jen's characters school pal who held a grudge against her.
In recent years, the former flames have grown close as they both deal with divorcing their second spouse.
Brad went on to find love with actress Angelina Jolie, with the pair having six children. Sadly, they went on to file for divorce on September 19, 2016, just two years after saying "I do".
Jennifer went on to marry actor Justin Theroux, but their relationship came tumbling down after they separated in 2017.
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