And In REAL News, Jennifer Garner And Ben Affleck Looked Mad At A Block Party

September 20, 2016 / Posted by:

Sure, Brangelina is broken and it will be the only thing the entire world talks about for the next few weeks, if not months. (“Donald Trump? What’s that?“) But Page Six delivered some real, earth-shattering breaking news today when they posted a story about how Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck looked sour in the face at a neighborhood block party. That picture above isn’t of them at a block party. It’s of Jennifer and Ben looking sour in the face at the Brentwood Country Mart in April.

Page Six says that Ben was off shooting the Justice League movie but he’s back in Los Angeles. Over the weekend, Ben and Jen took their kids to a carnival-themed block party in their neighborhood and they looked about as happy as I would be while surrounded by screaming kids playing games. Some source (aka a nosy neighbor, probably Brooke Shields) noticed that Ben and Jen were deep into an “intense” conversation with each other about something. Popsugar has a riveting picture of Jen and Ben’s “intense” block party conversation and before you click over, hang on to your desk or the intensity will knock you over. Click. You’re probably on the floor with your desk on your body, because the intensity of that pic caused you to knock over and take that shit with you.

The source said that something on Jen’s phone made her upset:

A spy said that the co-parents were having an intense conversation at a “carnival-themed” block party in their neighborhood, and that Garner looked particularly upset after glancing at something on her phone.

Maybe Jennifer has a pic of Ben’s tragic (and maybe fake) back tattoo on her phone and she caught a glimpse of it while scrolling through her picture album. That mess still upsets me. Or maybe, Jen found out about the Brangelina break-up before we all did and she and Ben wondered if they should get a Team Brad or a Team Angelina t-shirt from Kitson. And then they remembered that Kitson is dead and buried and they panicked. That’s probably what the intensity was all about.

Pic: FameFlynet

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