Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt join celebrity table read of 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High' for coronavirus relief
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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunited as part of a charity reading of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" to raise money for COVID-19 response efforts.

The former couple — who divorced in 2005 after five years of marriage — joined an all-star cast for the Thursday virtual event, which included: John Legend, Julia Roberts, Jimmy KimmelJames (Jimmy) Christian KimmelJimmy Kimmel makes emotional plea to 'vote with your heart' while sharing update on son Fauci, Black Lives Matter founders included on Time's 100 Most Influential People list Kimmel-hosted Emmy Awards attract all-time low 6.1M viewers: 'Well, we set a record' MORE, Matthew McConaughey, Morgan Freeman, Ray Liotta, Henry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, Sean Penn and Dane Cook.

The reading of the 1982 flick was organized to raise money for coronavirus relief efforts by CORE, the nonprofit co-founded by Penn, who also starred in the original "Fast Times." It also benefited the criminal justice reform organization Reform Alliance and its work to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in prisons.

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In a NSFW scene the two shared together, Aniston, as her character Linda Barrett, called Pitt's character, also named Brad, "so sexy."

"Hi Brad. You know how cute I always thought you were," Aniston said in character. "I think you're so sexy. Would you come to me?" Pitt was seen grinning as Aniston recited her lines.

"As an 11-year-old boy in the San Fernando Valley, this was the defining movie of my youth," Los Angeles Mayor Eric GarcettiEric GarcettiTrump administration rejects California request for wildfire disaster assistance Newsom's EV executive order will help make California breathable again Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt join celebrity table read of 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High' for coronavirus relief MORE (D) said in an intro to the reading, encouraging viewers to donate.

"We've seen so many examples of generosity over the past few months that astound us and give us hope," Garcetti said. "In the words of Brad Hamilton: 'Learn it, know it, live it.'"