Jennifer Aniston reportedly chats with beau's ex

Did Jennifer Aniston really have an emotional sit-down with beau Justin Theroux’s former girlfriend?

According to some reports, the former “Friends” star’s hookup with the actor-screenwriter effectively ended his 13-year live-in relationship with stylist Heidi Bivens, who was allegedly blindsided by the breakup — though Justin’s camp has claimed the longtime couple were already over when he fell for Jennifer.

Of course, plenty was made of those reports, considering Jen was the self-proclaimed poster child for jilted women after husband Brad Pitt left her for Angelina Jolie. And now a European magazine claims Jen had a heart-to-heart with Justin’s ex.

“Jen has always been sympathetic to Heidi because she’s heard from Justin just how devastated she is about their break-up,” a source told Grazia.

Britney Remarrying?

Britney Spears just might be headed to the altar again — and this time, it just might work. The pop star and longtime beau Jason Trawick are said to be talking wedding plans.

“Britney and Jason discuss marriage all the time,” a source dishes to Radar Online of the pop star and her onetime agent.

The source adds that “Jason adores her two sons,” and “is planning on taking Britney on a secluded getaway once [her ‘Femme Fatale’] tour wraps, and it’s very likely he will pop the question at that time.”

Of course, the “Till the World Ends” singer is legally constrained by her conservatorship. But according to the source, that’s a nonissue.

“When Britney does get engaged, her father’s attorneys will notify the judge in her conservatorship case,” explains the insider. “It’s extremely within the realm of possibility that the conservatorship will end, and then Britney will get married. It will be a very smooth transition.”

Hmm. We’re happy Britney and Jason seem happy, but this tale makes it sound rather like her father is handing off his daughter to her groom like she was chattel, doesn’t it?

George’s Girls

Though they both care about good causes — and they both have some smooth moves on the dance floor — George Clooney’s new girlfriend and his most recent ex have no desire to bond with each other. (Can you blame them?)

The actor-director’s gal pal Stacy Keibler and also-ran Elisabetta Canalis reportedly kept their distance at a charity event in Hollywood on Monday night.

Dining at different tables, the two beauties, both “Dancing With the Stars” alums, “were always on opposite sides of the room,” an Us magazine source observed. “They were basically avoiding each other the whole night.”

What was the tabloid expecting — a catfight at a charity affair? Of course these ladies would be classy enough to keep a respectful distance!

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