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Brad Pitt's Mom: "Get Back With Jennifer Aniston!"

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Brad Pitt’s mom, Jane Pitt, is pretty happy that Brad’s talking to ex-wife Jennifer Aniston again. In fact, she’d love to see her son dump Angelina Jolie and get back with Jen, who he divorced back in 2005.

A source tells Now magazine, “Jane’s so happy that Brad and Jen are talking again! She’s never liked Angelina, and lately all she hears when she talks to Brad is how miserable he is. As a mother, it tears her apart to see him like this…in such a negative relationship and constantly arguing.”

“Jane’s seen, first hand, how difficult Angelina is. She never comes to visit the family in Missouri and is always prickly on the rare occasions they have got together.”

Brad’s mom is incredibly fond of Jennifer Aniston. The source goes on to say, “Jennifer was the total opposite – charming, friendly and the perfect daughter-in-law. She always made time to be an active part of the family, whereas Angie just turns her nose up. Jen’s like a family member who never went away.”

“Jen and Jane have never lost touch. They speak at least a couple of times a week and Jen never misses a birthday or special occasion.”

“Jane’s told Brad that he belongs with Jennifer and he needs to leave this relationship with Angelina behind him if he wants any chance of true happiness. And she’s told Jen that she’s the only person who can save Brad from this misery. He feels trapped with Angelina, but it’s hard for him to leave as they have six children together and he’s devoted to them.”

Makes things a tad touchier with Brad and Angie having six kids, of course. But that isn’t stopping the likes of Jon and Kate Gosselin, who just announced their divorce on prime time television last night.

What do you think? Brad and Angie, or Brad and Jen? Seems like they’re playing musical chairs lately, what with Brad talking to Jen, and Angie talking to Billy Bob again. It’s so hard making a choice and STICKING WITH IT!

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