Last week In Touch had a cover story that read “Jen looks pregnant.” The accompanying article was little more than speculation based on a slight tummy she was photographed with and included such trite “insider” statements as “Jen knows it’s now or never if she’s gonig to have a baby” and “[a baby] would explain why [Jennifer and John Mayer are] back together.”
Star’s article about Aniston last week was a likely fabricated cover story which focused on a supposed wedding she was planning with John Mayer. Star has been caught entirely making up wedding stories complete with fake details in the past, and I doubt the Aniston wedding story had any basis in reality. Aniston is said to have met with a wedding planner to map out a February 11 wedding to coincide with her 40th birthday party. Details like Aniston’s plan to wear a simple white peasant wedding dress, ask guests to go barefoot, and serve Mexican food and margaritas were included. It just seemed like complete BS.
The National Enquirer claimed Aniston had suffered a miscarriage during her marriage to Brad Pitt and I was hoping that story wasn’t true, either. It was just too sad and seemed like something that should remain private.
There were so many overblown Aniston stories last week that I planned on running an article comparing them all. She sells magazines and as commenter Jen mentioned, she’s their “bread and butter,” so it’s not like the tabloids are going to stop featuring her or Angelina on the cover.
Now Star is taking it up a notch by claiming that Aniston is pregnant with twins – just like her ex husband and his girlfriend. This also smells fake, but it’s an attention-grabbing headline and is sure to move some copies.
Star is like fan fiction written by a jealous teenager. Sometimes they get stories right, though, and in this case I would find it incredibly good gossip – and good news for Aniston – if she was pregnant with twins. She’s probably laughing over her chicken salad and margarita lunch at this story, though.
Thanks to Popbytes for the header image.