Unfortunately for Jennifer Aniston, she’s had quite a few breakups in the public eye. Were she to date a banker from Iowa, she’d avoid the minefield of questions about Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, John Mayer, and Justin Theroux. Instead, she’s forced to not only defend her relationships, but to also defend the end of those relationships. And in an effort to fight against the media’s unfair narrative of Aniston as the sad, lonely girl who can’t keep a man, she’s pushed up against it with a consistent, opposing strategy. In a new interview with InStyle, Aniston insists she not heartbroken. This is not the first time she’s taken this route, and despite my love for all things Aniston, her comment begs an even more important question. What’s so wrong with being heartbroken, anyways?
Jennifer Aniston is not only a seasoned professional, she’s also a class act. She encountered an adorably awkward interview with the now infamous Chris Stark of BBC Radio 1’s The Scott Mills Show (see Mila Kunis), and her responses are sure to make this a viral sensation. Stark asked a series of unintentionally ridiculous questions, and Aniston answered them all. Haven’t you always wanted to know if Jennifer Aniston has a ‘free pass’ list in her relationship with Justin Theroux? After all, isn’t that a little too easy to accomplish given her celebrity status? Watch below to find out her answer. As an aside, doesn’t this squeaky kid remind you a little of Hugh Grant?
I love to see relationships evolve, and Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are my new favorite couple. He appears to handle the paparazzi well, and he seems like a nice dude. So when I saw the clip below it made me happy. Watch the co-stars together, and see if you can tell that love was in the air when they shot it.
Carrie Bradshaw had many famous boyfriends on ‘Sex and the City.’ Often times I’d find myself getting attached, only to be sadly disappointed when they were quickly written off the show. One such favorite was Vaughn Wysel, a character in the episode entitled, ‘Shortcomings.’ He was a writer with a great family, and Carrie liked him until finding out that he was a two-pump-chump (I’d like to apologize to my father for that description, but I simply could not think of a more eloquent way to say it. Either my writing needs work — or I’m simply too perverse to call myself a lady). As it turns out, Vaughn was played by Justin Theroux, who is currently Jennifer Aniston’s new squeeze. Let’s hope he’s more capable in real life. To see a clip of his episode, watch the video below, and fast-forward to the end. Continue reading “Jennifer Aniston’s Boyfriend is ‘Sex and the City’s’ Pre-Mature Ejaculator”