Scoop!: Did Jennifer Aniston, John Mayer reunite?

We’re definitely skeptical about rumors that Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer are secretly hooking up again, but the reports sure do seem persistent. Radar Online claimed that while filming a movie in Atlanta, the former “Friends” star made time to catch her ex-beau’s concert and a spontaneous after party.

The actress was said to be wearing workout clothes and a baseball cap when she chatted up the singer-songwriter backstage after the show. “She looked gorgeous and seemed to be really enjoying herself,” a source said. “She and John laughed a lot.”

Afterward, they allegedly returned with some of John’s crew members to Jen’s hotel and rented a suite to party.

MILEY’S REUNION

Speaking of on-again couples, it looks like Miley Cyrus has rekindled her romance with Liam Hemsworth. The “Hannah Montana” star and the Aussie actor were spotted hanging out in Los Angeles on Saturday, just a couple weeks after breaking up.

While grabbing takeout and coffee, “Miley and Liam kept smiling and seemed to really enjoy their afternoon together,” an eyewitness told People magazine. “They acted like they had missed each other, kept chatting and seemed to be catching up. They definitely seemed like a couple again.”

The singer-actress has been busy filming overseas, and “since Miley returned to L.A. from Europe earlier in the week, she has acted a bit tired and worn out,” said the onlooker — who evidently has been observing her for quite some time. “With Liam back in her life on Saturday, she acted totally different and, instead, seemed very happy. It looked like Miley and Liam had never been apart, and they were back into their old routine.”

Should Miley look into getting a restraining order for this “observer”?

JOE LOSES RING

In other news from the world of tween-icon romance, things are evidently getting serious between Joe Jonas and Ashley Greene. Dating the “Twilight” star since July, Joe has reportedly ditched his purity ring, which the pop star and his sibs wore to symbolize their commitment to saving themselves for marriage.

Though their schedules are hectic, they’re even shacking up — sort of. “When they’re not traveling, they’re basically living together,” a source told Life&Style magazine.

Well, as Britney Spears could tell you, broadcasting to the world that you’re a virgin is not necessarily the best idea.

BRITNEY GETS RING

And speaking of Britney, the pop star has sparked another fresh round of engagement rumors by flashing a diamond ring on her left ring finger.

Shortly after returning from a romantic Hawaii vacation with beau Jason Trawick — where they watched a couple wed — the singer was sighted taking son Jayden out for lunch at burger joint Johnny Rockets on Friday, sporting a large, round bauble.

Surely Britney had to know that paparazzi would jump to conclusions about her new bling. So, was wearing it a tacit announcement that she’s getting married for the third time, or does she just like to keep us guessing?  

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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