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Jen & Angelina: The Feud is Worse than Ever

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Jan. 13 2010, Published 3:37 p.m. ET

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It seems that time does not, in fact, heal all wounds, at least where Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie are concerned. Five years after Brad Pitt left Jen to be with Angie — and subsequently raise six children with her — OK! has learned that the bad blood between the actresses has only gotten worse.

The A-list enemies were set to come face to face at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 17, but shockingly, the usually brazen Angie came down with a case of cold feet.

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While the official word at press time was that Angie, 34, and Brad, 47, wouldn’t be attending because the actor wasn’t personally nominated for his film Inglourious Basterds (the movie is, however, up for Best Motion Picture, Screenplay and Director awards), a source tells OK! the truth is that Angie does not want to see Jen — and that being in the same room with her is Angie’s worst nightmare!

“Angie knows everyone would be looking for any interaction with Jen,” a source says. “As strong as she may look, she’s actually very scared of Jen.”

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