Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are not doing a tell-all interview about their new life together, despite a recent report. Representatives of the former A-list Hollywood denied the report claiming that they would give their fans details about their reconciliation, saying there was no reconciliation to begin with.  

Earlier this week, a tabloid reported that Pitt and Aniston were planning to do a tell-all interview to talk about the details of their reunion. The tabloid claimed that after insinuating their reconciliation through “meet-cutes at awards ceremonies and Hollywood parties, a diamond ring on Jen’s wedding finger, and a joint Mexican holiday,” the couple would finally reveal the details of their renewed relationship.

An unnamed source allegedly told the publication that unlike before, Pitt and Aniston are now more relaxed about discussing their private lives in public. “They want to address the public directly and let fans know they care for each other and always have—that will never change,” the tabloid quoted the source as saying.

The source also added that everything’s been set for the upcoming tell-all interview, where Pitt will also reportedly take digs on his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie. “Jen and Brad want to talk about their individual journeys, like his problems with alcohol and failed relationships,” the source said.

According to the tabloid, Pitt is looking forward to ending his court battle with Jolie so he could finally clear his name and move forward with Aniston. “Brad is hoping that his four-year court battle with ex-wife Angelina will be over by then, so that he’ll be free to go to town on the divorce. Brad will use the interview to clear his name a little bit,” said the phony source.

Following the report, Gossip Cop reached out to a representative of Pitt and found that the story was completely fabricated. The source denied that Pitt and Aniston were back together and that an interview featuring the two was in the works. Aniston’s representative also described the report as “complete nonsense.”

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston officially divorced in 2005 after Pitt confirmed his relationship with Jolie. Despite their divorce, Pitt and Aniston have remained good friends.

Brad Pitt Jennifer Aniston SAG Awards Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Turner