Getty Images file photoCarefree: Jennifer Aniston is reportedly “in a wonderful place right now.”

Getty Images file photoCarefree: Jennifer Aniston is reportedly “in a wonderful place right now.”

Jennifer Aniston happy for engaged Brad Pitt

They’ve been teasing us for so long, we could hardly believe it when Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie finally announced they’re engaged! So, given the tabloids’ ongoing fixation on a certain long-ago love triangle, we naturally have to ask: Is Jennifer Aniston curled up in a ball crying hysterically, or what?

According to one report, it turns out that the former “Friends” star is actually at peace with her ex-husband’s decision to remarry—and it’s all because of her current squeeze, Justin Theroux.

“Jennifer is happy for Brad and Angelina,” a source declares to the U.K.’s Daily Mail. “She is so in love with Justin, that she is really grateful how things turned out.”

“In a strange way, if it weren’t for Angelina, Jennifer would not have connected with Justin in a romantic way,” notes the source. “Jennifer is in a really wonderful place right now.”

Adds the source, “I wouldn’t be surprised if she even went to their wedding.”

Yeah, right! That’ll happen.

Marc: Delayed Divorce

Why did Marc Anthony file for divorce last week, nine months after he and Jennifer Lopez separated? According to TMZ, the singer was still hoping to reconcile with his estranged wife … despite the fact that she’s been cavorting with backup dancer Casper Smart for months now.

Sources tell the paparazzi site that just weeks ago, Marc told J.Lo he wanted to give their marriage another shot — but he was shocked when she informed him that she’s actually in love with Casper. A pained Marc decided to pull the trigger and file the papers.

Well, the fact that his wife just bought some buff dude a truck for his birthday had to hurt.

Courtney: Mea Culpa

Courtney Love has apologized to daughter Frances Bean Cobain—but is it too little, too late to repair their relationship?

Last week, the rocker angered her only child by suggesting on Twitter that Dave Grohl, former bandmate of Frances’ late father, Kurt Cobain, had once hit on the teen.

“While I’m generally silent on the affairs of my biological mother, her recent tirade has taken a gross turn,” Frances, engaged to musician Isaiah Silva, fired back. “I have never been approached by Dave Grohl in more than a platonic way. I’m in a monogamous relationship and very happy.” (Dave also denied that such an incident ever occurred.)

Over the weekend, a remorseful Courtney tweeted, “Bean, sorry I believed the gossip. Mommy loves you.”

Still, we’re guessing she won’t get a wedding invite — particularly if it’s open bar.

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