According to a new tabloid report, Jennifer Aniston is married to Brad Pitt.
We're not kidding.
There's actually a cover story out there that claims Aniston and Pitt recently got remarried.
But if you're worried over how Justin Theroux may be reacting to this (hilarious) news, fret not, concerned readers.
It sounds as if The Leftovers star may have found is very own rebound romance.
According to People Magazine, Theroux was spotted in New York City this week with Aubrey Plaza, an actress opposite whom he appeared on four episodes of Parks and Recreation back in 2010.
Theroux, for those who may have forgotten, guest-starred on this legendary NBC sitcom as Justin Anderson, the love interest of Amy Poehler's Leslie Knope.
Plaza, meanwhile, appeared in all seven seasons of the beloved series as downtrodden office assistant April Ludgate.
So the two have a past together.
Might they also have a future together?
Yes, an insider tells People.
But maybe not personally
“They met to discuss a potential film project,” the publication writes, failing to elaborate much further on the interaction.
It doesn't sound like this is a new love connection, unfortunately.
Could we see Theroux make one with anyone at some point in the near future?
If Aniston is really moving on with Pitt, should we expect Theroux to seek his own revenge romance with someone in Hollywood or perhaps outside of the scene altogether?
Not really, a source explains to People.
"He’s just doing his thing,” this person says of Theroux. “He eats at the same time, goes to the same places, hangs with the same people."
Indeed, Theroux being a creature of habit is allegedly one of the reasons why his marriage didn't work out.
A handful of reports back when he split from Aniston claimed that Theroux didn't want to leave New York.
He was supposedly comfortable with the city he knew well and made little effort to change his ways.
Did this stubbornness really contribute to his divorce from Aniston? We may never know.
All we can say for certain is that the stars announced on February 15 that they had decided to go their separate ways after two and a half years of marriage and seven years as a couple.
They did so via the following statement:
In an effort to reduce any further speculation, we have decided to announce our separation.
This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year.
We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.