Here are our favorite, most hilarious tweets and memes about Jennifer Aniston’s reaction to the news of #Brangelina divorce!
It’s been barely a couple of hours since we first heard that Angelina Jolie-Pitt filed for a divorce. News of #Brangelina split has already spread the internet like wildfire. And while we don’t even know whether it’s real or just a hoax, Twitter already has #Brangelina trending as the top hashtag. And of course, memes of Jennifer Aniston “having the last laugh” have filled our feed.
The news about the power couple had us as shocked about as anyone else (everyone repeat after me – nooooooo!). But we had to compile the silliest, funniest memes of Jen Aniston’s reaction to the news.
Our favorite Jennifer Aniston Memes About the #Brangelina Split
When a news on the internet just makes your day
And you just got your long deserved victory!!
You’ve always known it!
And you finally got to show it off…
Guilty of being too excited.
— Gemma Clapp (@gemclapp) September 20, 2016
When you’re so happy you can’t show it in public!
— Andrés Díaz (@newandrewayne) September 20, 2016
Only to yourself…
When you wanna jump but you’re in the office, so you act sophisticated!
Like of course you wanna say it, but subtly!
And that’s how you score!
A girl really can have it all.
— Jon Baxter (@djjonbaxter) September 20, 2016
Yay, we’re even!
— Col (@ColTalbot1) September 20, 2016
When you can’t fake it anymore…
— Maggie Moran (@magEmoran) September 20, 2016
You’re on top of the world…
— cyan ? (@dailylarrydose) September 20, 2016
This is the best day of your life, and you want everyone to know it!
#brangelina is over
Jennifer Anniston: pic.twitter.com/yt5JTL4qFC
— jüdith (@jwrdan) September 20, 2016
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