FANS have become worried for Brad Pitt's health, after the actor looked unrecognizable on the cover of GQ magazine.
The Bullet Train star opened up about his life after divorce from Angelina Jolie inside the latest issue.
But on the cover, Pitt, 58, "looks like a corpse" to many, with glazed blue eyes staring off into space.
He's pictured lying on a bed on flowers, dressed in a shiny metallic blue shirt and black pants.
On Twitter, many fans and followers were put off by the look.
"The GQ cover with Brad Pitt looking like a corpse floating in a river, I don't like it at all," one person tweeted, while another agreed: "Who has Brad looking like a corpse on the August cover of GQ?? Do over, please!!!!"
Others thought he looked a little fake: "Brad Pitt looks like a wax figure on that cover of GQ."
One follower called the cover tragic: "Brad Pitt is Botched Barbie on that GQ cover."
And one fan felt the need to apologize: "Brad, sweetie, I am so sorry… They did you so dirty."
Inside the magazine, the Ocean's 11 star opens up about life after Angie, revealing after their high profile divorce, Brad got sober and spent a year and a half attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
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“I had a really cool men’s group here that was really private and selective, so it was safe,” he told the magazine. “Because I’d seen things of other people who had been recorded while they were spilling their guts, and that’s just atrocious to me.”
MR. & MRS. PITT
Brad and Angelina, 47, have been battling it out since parting ways in 2016 - after being married for just two years.
Earlier this month, the Oscar winner accused his ex of selling her share of their winery in order to "inflict harm" and undermine him.
According to legal documents seen by Daily Mail, Brad has accused his ex of attempting to hurt him by secretly selling her stake in his French vineyard to "a Russian oligarch" with "poisonous intentions."
The plan, allegedly, also included a plan to take complete control of Brad's multi-million dollar business.
Angelina sold her half of the Chateau Miraval winery to a company run by Yuri Shefler, who leads a company that makes the Russian vodka Stolichnaya.
Angelina's motivation for the sale was to "inflict harm" on Brad," the actor's attorney claimed in the legal docs.
"She pursued and then consummated the purported sale in secret, purposely keeping Pitt in the dark, and knowingly violating Pitt's contractual rights."
The attorney continued: "By doing so, Jolie sought to seize profits she had not earned and returns on an investment she did not make.
"Also through the purported sale, Jolie sought to inflict harm on Pitt."
AGREE TO DISAGREE
Back in September, the former pair reached an agreement on selling their $164million French estate, which paved the way for the Girl, Interrupted star to sell off her share of the Chateau Miraval.
Despite the agreement, the 58-year-old filed a lawsuit against Angelina and alleged she was trying to sell her shares of the mansion without allowing Brad his "right of first refusal and profit..."
The mom of six's lawyers previously accused the Seven star of using his "celebrity" status to change their custody agreement.
Brad was awarded "joint custody" of their children back in May 2021.