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Jennifer Aniston sends scented notes to John Mayer

After reports about her reunion with Brad Pitt,Jennifer Aniston is now being linked to another of her exes.

Written by Agencies | London |
June 23, 2009 10:19:43 am

After reports about her reunion with Brad Pitt,Jennifer Aniston is now being linked to another of her exes,this time it is singer John Mayer.

The ‘Friends’ star has sparked speculation that she wants to get back together with ex-lover John Mayer after sending him a perfumed good luck note.

Aniston had dumped the ‘Gravity’ hit-maker in April reportedly because of his addiction to the micro blogging website,Twitter.

But the 40-year-old actress has not gotten over her old flame and has good luck messages delivered to the ‘Gravity’ star’s dressing room before he performs,reported Daily Express online.

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“Jennifer sent John a hand-delivered perfumed note before one of his concerts recently. It read,’Play well,you always do’. It was sweet. Clearly she doesn’t want to let go completely,” a source said.

Friends of the singer too suggest that a reunion could be on the cards despite the fact that Aniston had been photographed enjoying a date with ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ co-star Bradley Cooper.

“John hasn’t shown any interest in other women since the split,which is a break from the usual pattern. Who knows,this may not be the end of their romance. Neither seems very good at letting go,” said a source close to Mayer.

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