“It’s completely mutual and that’s what’s so beautiful about it. “They’re completely connected.”
When Aniston, 50, and Pitt, 56, first saw each other backstage, Glass said, their eye contact was like “two magnets reaching towards each other.”
She added, “They were exactly in sync in one another’s eyes, and that’s huge.”
In photos from the night, Jen can be seen touching the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star’s chest, while Brad tenderly grab’s The Morning Show star’s hand.
“She wanted to have that touch — that communication with him, that physical touch towards him — and he’s touching her,” Glass said in her analysis. “It was reciprocal.”
“There was a lot of familiarity,” she continued, “They were not awkward with one another. They were very connected with one another. It wasn’t a situation where she looked away or pulled away.”
Speaking of the moment Brad was caught watching Jen receive her award for her role on The Morning Show, Glass said: “You could tell he was proud of her.”
The body language expert also tellingly suggested that Brad and Jen never looked as happy as they do now with their previous partners.
“When you looked at Brad for the past 10 years, you’ve never seen a happy Brad,” Glass explained, before stating that the actor looked “sloppy, disheveled, unhappy and tense” when he was with Angelina Jolie.
“Jennifer’s the same way,” she added. “Even though she was married [to Justin Theroux], you never saw her really come alive. This is the first time you see the both of them come alive in 10 years.”