JENNIFER Aniston is an expert at staying friends with her exes.
But it wasn't ex-husband Brad Pitt who had her attention on Sunday - it was ex-boyfriend John Mayer.
During his tribute to the late Bill Withers, she sent laughing emojis - which sent viewers into a spin.
“Whether he was speaking to you or speaking to an interviewer 15 years ago, 14, 13 years ago, everything he said is useful,” Mayer said of the Lovely Day vocalist, who died on March 30 at age 81.
“Four percent of the things that I say are useful. One hundred percent of the things he said were useful.”
Jen clearly found humor in John’s self-deprecating remarks.
The Morning Show star left three crying-laughing emojis during his Live.
“OMG Jen is here,” one fan wrote after seeing the Along Came Polly star had tuned in.
“Jennifer!!!!!” exclaimed another.
John and Jen dated for six months in 2008.
She hooked up with the famous womanizer at an Oscar Party in February 2008 but split in August of that year.
However, the two briefly rekindled their romance and walked the red carpet at the Oscars together the following February.
Despite coming out as a couple, they split for good one month later.
Jen is clearly on better terms with the Your Body is a Wonderland singer than he is with another famous ex - Jessica Simpson.
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Simpson claims in her memoir, Open Book, that he regularly broke up with her and talked about her in "degrading" terms.
Mayer recently told Andy Cohen that he hadn't read her book and didn't intend to.
He said: “As Pee Wee Herman says in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, before the movie of his life is about to play out at the end, he’s not watching the movie, and the reason he’s not watching the movie, he says, ‘I don’t have to watch it, Dottie, I lived it.’ And I think that’s prescient here.”
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