Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux fought over the prenup, he didn’t want one?


Lots of people think Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s wedding is going to happen sooner rather than later. Some people are even saying it might happen in the next few weeks, probably in Mexico. If it happens, it happens. I’ll wish them well and thank them for getting on with it after two years of speculation and conflicting reports about just what was holding up the works. I still believe that Justin was having cold feet about marriage in general, and marriage to Jennifer specifically. Like, he didn’t want to become Mr. Aniston. Too bad, hipster! Anyway, Life & Style says the real reason the engagement went on so long was because they were fighting about the prenup.

In the new issue of Life & Style, insiders claim that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s lengthy engagement was caused when the duo hit a stalemate while negotiating their prenuptial agreement.

“Haggling over assets and money put a real damper on Jen and Justin’s wedding planning for months,” an insider exclusively reveals to Life & Style. “It really held things up.”

Friends even began to worry that the couple might not make it to the altar at all. And for good reason: A second source tells the mag the couple have canceled wedding plans three previous times since their August 2012 engagement!

But it’s all necessary because Jen has a lot to protect: “Justin is worth $20 million and Jennifer is worth $150 million,” Brian Warner of Celebrity Net Worth reveals to Life & Style.

Despite these numbers, insiders tell the mag that Jen trusted her man so completely she wanted to move forward without an official agreement. Pals had to remind her that “she’d been burned before in breakups,” the source discloses.

[From Life & Style]

Well, they’ll be residing in a community property state no matter what, so Jennifer could have the best prenup in the world and Justin could still end up with a chunk of her money. I don’t believe he’s worth $20 million either – don’t get me wrong, I think he’s got money, but I think that since he’s been with Jennifer, she’s been paying for everything. And maybe that’s what made Justin finally get with the program? I like the subtext here that Justin wanted to get married without a pre-nup. That’s very interesting.


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  1. itsnotthatserious says:

    I can’t wait for this two to finally get married. I just hope the engagement doesn’t end up being Longer than the marriage.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      Seriously–if she hadn’t done those PEOPLE covers last year, and the subsequent interviews where she completely said the opposite of what her team approved in PEOPLE, I would have nothing but idle curiosity (like I do with all engaged celebs that I follow) about when they would be getting married. I would have zero snark.

      But I just think their relationship is so weird. I can’t imagine being apart that much from someone I was engaged to, when it was perfectly in my power to come and go as I please. It’s just weird to me.

      If they do get married, purely based on how they handled their engagement roll out, I wouldn’t expect it to last more than a few years. I’m surprised it’s lasted this long–it seems like they’ve been together for FOREVER.

    • joan says:

      He was on Kimmel last night and seemed like a nice guy who’s blessed with a great face, a sense of humor and a pretty decent brain. Who likes hip styles. Or that was what he was trying to project anyway.

      He and Brad Pitt both have that nice guy vibe.

  2. Abbott says:

    His show is terrible, so maybe he is having second thoughts about unhooking himself to the Aniston money/name train.

    • Gea says:

      I have tried to watch his show, didn’t like at. I think Jennifer deserve happy ending and hope it works out for her.

      • TheRealMaya says:

        I will never understand why some people go on about Jennifer deserves happiness. Despite the fact that she ruined 3 relationships her fans still go on and on about she deserves happiness while excusing the fact that she herself ruined other people’s happiness.

        I am not saying that she doesn’t deserve to be happy – everyone does in my opinion. I just simple don’t understand the reasoning behind her fans claims.

      • How did she ruin 3 relationships? (Serious question)

      • Jag says:

        She ruined it with Brad by cheating. Ruined Justin’s 14 year relationship by cheating with him, and then was with another guy who had just divorced one of her best friends. Not sure if those are what TheRealMaya meant or not.

      • Sal says:

        Agreed with TheRealMaya. Aniston stole Justin from Heidi Bivens, his partner of 14 years, Heidi was completely blindsided by Aniston’s actions, yet Aniston just stomped all over their relationship and couldn’t care less that she was homewrecking. How is it ok for her to “deserve” happiness, when its at the expense of Justin’s partner, Heidi? Aniston deserves what she did to Heidi. Not happiness. Oh, as for 3, she stole Tate Donovan from Sandra Bullock, had an affair with a married Chris Gartin, and of course came between Heidi and Justin when she was introducing her Hollywood buddies, Justin’s partner was still living in their apartment, completely unaware that Aniston was fooling around with him. She is quite the homewrecker. Heidi Bivens deserves happiness after what Aniston and Theroux did to her. Not Aniston. She doesn’t deserve any happiness imo, but she deserves to have some woman steal Justin from her, so she knows what Heidi went through.

    • Shopgirl says:

      Although I think it’s trashy (and un-christian) to mess around with another woman’s man, it is not possible to “steal” a man. They leave the person they are with by choice. I don’t know Aniston’s history by detail, but I do know that Justin left Heidi Bivens because he preferred to be with Aniston and he didn’t care if his actions would hurt Bivens. To say that a man is “stolen” is to relieve men of responsibility for their actions.

  3. Sabrine says:

    Why get married? They can have a perfectly fine relationship without Jennifer putting her fortune at risk.

  4. Lilacflowers says:

    Have they been fighting over the bridal registry too? Some couples lose it over which brand of small kitchen appliances to choose.

  5. GiGi says:

    So, someone explain this to me: You live in CA – after 10 years it’s a 50/50 state, right? Also – once you have 150 million – is 75 million really that different? I don’t think it changes your standard of living or capabilities at all. It’s not like this is a woman who makes, say, $500,000 a year, or has inherited a million dollars and her spouse has nothing… I get it in those circumstances. But for people who will be wealthy regardless? IDK. Sometimes I think prenups are just dumb.

    • Chris says:

      Speak for yourself. I start to get a little jittery whenever my bank balance falls under a hundred mill.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      Yes, to you and me 75 million would be all that counts because we don’t have that kind of money. But these people have different standards. They’re used to it and then it becomes about the principle. In a divorce, it’ll most likely not be about the money per se but about things like “You’re a bastard and you stole x years of my life! Why would I give you even one dollar???”

    • Josephine says:

      I used to think that prenups would prevent the bitterness and fights should there be a divorce, but everyone challenges the prenup anyway, so no big advantage there.

      I wouldn’t marry anyone who wants a prenup. If you don’t go into a marriage thinking you’ll be in it for the long haul, you’re not ready to be married. You’re looking for a party, a “good enough for now,” or a business arrangement, but you’re not really looking for a marriage. I think that’s true of 99.5% of all of these Hollywood types.

      • Kiddo says:

        Fifty percent of all marriages fail. or some figure like that. Most people don’t have enormous sums of money going into the commitment so they don’t do prenups. I think it’s foolhardy not to get a prenup when you are worth that type of money. Why would you want to give it all away if it doesn’t work out down the road?

      • Maria says:

        josephine. it depends. sometimes its necessary. for example if you own a company or partly own it. that would mean your ex partner would get half of that also. not cool if suddenly someone owns parts of the company who just divorced one of the other owners.

        it wouldnt be fair to the other people working there. you can do whatever you want with your money, but i dont think its cool if you put other people into it.

      • lucy2 says:

        Maria has an excellent point about those who own a business. Someone I know got divorced a few years ago, and he tried to do it as amicably as possible for their kids. The wife, who wanted the divorce to begin with, went hard and got TWO houses (one worth over $2 million) and a chunk of profits from his business, and he pays pretty much all the kids expenses. Years later he’s happily remarried and she’s still miserable, so karma, but if you have assets, it’s just smart to protect them. People can get vicious when divorcing, and especially if it’s something you’ve worked for and built, you don’t want to lose it.

      • maybeiamcrazy says:

        Yes, having a prenup contradicts the notion of unconditional, forever, “I just know we’ll be together forever!” kind of love.My cousin got married without prenup because he thought exactly like you but 5 years later he got screwed over, cheated on and lost his money to his ex-wife. Big amount of money too. And they were so in love when they got married. You just never know what time will bring.

    • Tippy says:

      Jennifer seems to be relatively frugal with her money. There are no private planes, yachts, vacation villas, entourages etc. that some others squander their money on.

      Justin Bieber is probably worth as much as Aniston and could end up bankrupt in ten years.

      There’s no way Jenn risks losing $75 Million to this washed-up hipster.

    • Maria says:

      yes, you can live a fanstastic life with 75million$. how happy will you be though that your EX has HALF of your wealth? maybe it was a bad breakup, maybe your partner even cheated and still got half? how happy would that make you?

      i guess no matter how much money you have you dont want to give your ex anything if its a bad breakup.
      thinking about my last breakup (no marriage), i wouldnt give him a cent if i had 100 billion $.

      there are some stories of men giving everything away and living of welfare not to have to pay their ex wives.

      • RobN says:

        I agree, when people have this much money, I think it tends to be more about the principle and less about the actual cash. Nobody wants to be cheated on or abused in some way and then write a check for the privilege.

      • Lotta says:

        I have a prenup. My dad has given me a lot of money that he has worked were hard for so he could give his daughters a good start in life. His only wish is that we have good prenups so that the money don’t go to someone who are not his daughters or grandchildren. He built up his business and saved for his family, not for anyone else. That doesn’t mean I think I will get a divorce, I just respect my dad’s wish.

    • maybeiamcrazy says:

      It *is* different. You can live an amazing life with 75 mils but JA probably has a life standart in accordance to 150 mils. For ex, she would have to think twice about buying a 20-room mansion in Malibu. I know, i know. The horror! But that is JA’s life standart. Money is addictive.

  6. Lucy2 says:

    I don’t know for some reason I don’t buy all the geared up and then canceled wedding plans stories. I think they’re just taking their time, or are happy just being engaged, who knows?
    If they do get married, a I think a pre-nup is a must for anyone with substantial assets.

    • itsnotthatserious says:

      But Jennifer herself had a cover story with people mag and said she has her dress and it will happen after the movie she was shooting, that was over a year ago and nothing. Her people got her another cover story about them trying to work out their issues.

      I believed and still do that the engagement was a stunt and in reaction to a certain couple when the wedding buzz ratcheted up that it was happening in south of France. I want the wedding to happen and I want them to last a very long time.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Itsnotthatserious, who wrote: “But Jennifer herself had a cover story with people mag and said she has her dress and it will happen after the movie she was shooting, that was over a year ago and nothing. Her people got her another cover story about them trying to work out their issues. … I believed and still do that the engagement was a stunt and in reaction to a certain couple when the wedding buzz ratcheted up that it was happening in south of France. I want the wedding to happen and I want them to last a very long time.”

        Yes, I agree … Steve Huvane hijacked the “People” magazine annual ‘Oscar’ edition cover in an effort to steal the thunder from the Jolie-Pitts, who were rumored to be getting married in France that weekend. It was an obvious ploy, soon unmasked because Huvane forgot to clue in his ‘clueless’ client about her rings, her dress, and the date. Here is the February 27, 2013 “People” magazine cover in question titled “She’s Got the Rings, Dress & Date WEDDING COUNTDOWN.”,,20677544,00.html

        And this is why part of me believes Jen is trying to out wait the Jolie-Pitts and that Jen and Justin have no intention to ever marry.. That part of me believes whenever the Jolie-Pitts marry, Jen and Justin will have a quiet ‘It just didn’t work out’ engagement split three or four months later. And the other part of me really hopes this is the real deal with Jen and Justin and that they’ll marry sooner rather than later, so all the triangle silliness can finally end.

      • lucy2 says:

        Must have missed that one, or forgot about it.
        Maybe it did get overwhelming or one or both freaked out, or they had relationship troubles. They seem happy now, so I guess it worked out. Who knows.

  7. lisa2 says:

    I don’t believe he has 20 million dollars either. And for the people that will quote his screen writing work. ONLY the big names get the big bucks. Outside the 2 screen plays he is fully credited for he was a co writer on the others. And he is not getting millions of dollars for screen plays. It doesn’t work that way.

    If they get married and something happens to one of them the other will get most if not all the money they have. They don’t have children that will inherit. And outside Charity donations who is there. She is the person whose name is on the house. There was some article from a site that is pretty reliable that they were showing that house for interested buyers. And she is listed as the owner. I’m sure Justin has some money but he is not in the A list rich group.

    She was married before and she had a prenup. Outside of one thing I can recall there were no issues with their funds. So she would be smart enough to get one. Her people would demand it.

    • GiGi says:

      I believe Justin has family money.

      • lisa2 says:

        His family is not that overly wealthy. He talked about having to get weird jobs for money for school. You don’t do that with “family money”. Nor do you have to dumpster dive for things for your apartment.

        I don’t know why it is hard to believe he was a struggling actor and writer. His interviews have said as much. If he had all that “family money” he wouldn’t be talking about not being able to fund his work.

      • Josephina says:

        @ Kori–

        CORRECTION: He did NOT work steadily. After Wanderlust he was doing NOTHING.

        Rock of Ages was a bomb, Wanderlust was a bomb… His full-time job was courting Jennifer for close to 2 years. Now THAT is a dry spell.

        This is where the name Mr. Aniston comes from. He is now working.

        And NO, i do not think he is worth 20 million. The car, motorcycle and LA house he lives in was paid for Jennifer Aniston.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I don’t get why it’s so hard to believe. In case you didn’t know, $20M really ain’t shit in Hollywood.

        Hell, Jessica Biel is worth $18M and she’s not making MBA residuals for writing movies. Aniston is still the bread-winner with a net worth of $150M so please calm down, people.

        Oh, and balls.

      • Josephina says:



        We are talking about JUSTIN’s net worth. And as you can see it is in question given very little movement in acting/writing/directing over the last 2 years.

        In 2011 it was estimated that he was worth 4 million. Two years later where he met and groomed his relationship with Aniston, where he has worked the LEAST since he BEGAN his film career years ago, and there are no NEW purchases that show any new endeavors of property purchase or investments from him (other than the engagement ring) and you BELIEVE his net worth has doubled or tripled?

        From what exactly??

    • Kori says:

      It could happen if he was frugal or invested well. He’s worked steadily for 20 years and was also a producer on Tropic Thunder so he may have made a few million just on it. His pre-Aniston doesn’t seem a flashy one so there could be investments. Or it could be a made up number. :)

      • Josephina says:

        @ Kori–

        CORRECTION: He did NOT work steadily. After Wanderlust he was doing NOTHING.

        Rock of Ages was a bomb, Wanderlust was a bomb… His full-time job was courting Jennifer for close to 2 years. Now THAT is a dry spell.

        This is where the name Mr. Aniston comes from. He is now working.

        And NO, i do not think he is worth 20 million. The car, motorcycle and LA house he lives in was paid for Jennifer Aniston.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        ” After Wanderlust he was doing NOTHING. ”

        He started filming The Leftovers after Wanderlust.

        Hate the dude all you want but he’s been working steadily for a long-ass time and WAY before he met Aniston.

        Ugh. Why am I even engaging with you people. Logic and facts mean nothing to you.

        Keep on hatin’ on, y’all.

      • Josephina says:

        He was a co-writer for the Rock of Ages which bombed and the movie was released in 6/2012. (Meaning he worked on it in 2011.)

        He was a co-star of Wanderlust and the movie was released on 2/2012. ( And no, he was not in the red carpet for that one and yes, he worked in 2011.)

        And what did he do in 2012???? He was with Jennifer Aniston much of the time in LA.

        IN 2013, he got the role for the Leftovers and began filming… in 2013.

        Now because of the 2 movies I mentioned were not big hits by any stretch of the imagination domestic or otherwise, how much do you think he collected in pay for each? And yet, he was seen a lot as Jennifer’s BOYFRIEND and next FIANCE.

        Back to my point, … if was a steady actor and writer, as you say, you would have known about him on his OWN accord.

        But as you say, … Jen deserves happiness, so let’s fluff him up a bit!

      • LurkinCrayzee says:

        I would bet the $20 mil figure is a made up number Kori. I remember an article a couple years ago that said he had $10 mil, so presumably he has doubled his money since then, and don’t forget he had to fork over a half mil for that ring, lol. Like Josephina said he has basically done the HBO show and wrote the Rock of Ages movie in that time, so that would be alot of money to earn for just those two projects. I think Aniston’s people supply this info and want him to seem richer than it would seem, like he doesn’t need her money or anything. We will be reading about him having 40 mil next yet I’ll bet. He must be taking all his net worth and putting it on a winning black or red bet at the roulette table in Vegas every year or so to double it up I guess.

  8. TheRealMaya says:

    I hope for her own sake that Jennifer gets a prenup done. Justin is with her for fame and money and he will bleed her dry if they marry and then divorce.

    No matter how much the Jeniopaths protests – Justin is another Eddie Cibrian aka a gold digger. Especially now since Justin’s career is not that great and his new tv show is losing viewers each week and may end up being cancelled.

    Plus look at the way he treated his then live in girlfriend Heidi. She supported him for years and what did he do? Cheated on her for months with Jennifer, published pictures of him being with Jennifer and then to top it all he threw Heidi out of their apartment.

  9. Jem says:

    Will the dry toast marry the vanilla pudding? Who the hell cares… They are both very pretty but boring as sh*t…

  10. Luca26 says:

    I don’t buy a 20 mil net worth for him either unless it comes from family money. While he’s probably wealthy compared to us peasants screenwriting and mostly minor acting roles aren’t that lucrative. As for her the bulk of her money came from Friends syndication deals and as a mid forties actress she’s on the waning side of her earning power for film. She’s been very smart with her product endorsements and she may have a long term income from them but better safe than sorry.

    • BNA FAN says:

      It was reported that JT was worth about $5m. I’m saying to solve the problem and push the marriage forward, the prenup should read whatever he brought to the marriage he can leave with that at the end of their marriage.
      Now let’s get the marriage done so the Jen hens can move long and stop posting Jennifer’s pictures over Angelina’s face on BA’s family photos with Their kids.

    • Tippy says:

      Not so fast Luca26. Jennifer’s net worth is close to three times as much as her Friends co-stars.

      Also consider that Sandra Bullock just raked in a whopping $77 Million for her role in Gravity. Sandra’s almost 50 and her earning potential is hardly waning.

  11. Darkladi says:

    But what about the BABY?!!!!!

  12. Ag says:

    i LOVE the face they’re both making in the header picture. haha

  13. Virgilia Coriolanus says:

    I think that she would be a fool to marry him without a prenup. And I think that for all couples. Especially when money is involved.

    It’s not his money. Period. He didn’t earn it, he didn’t help her earn it either. It’s her money. If I married someone rich (I’m crossing my fingers for a six foot Irishman), I would have no issues signing a prenup. I also would have no issues if he wanted to give me money in the event that we did separate (I read that’s a thing–as long as there’s no cheating, they’ll give you x amount of money).

    I would find it telling if someone wouldn’t sign a prenup. It just would seem off to me.

    But this is Hollywood too. Both (Jennifer and Justin) have their own money. If they separated tomorrow, and Justin moved out–he wouldn’t be hurting for cash, and he wouldn’t be homeless.

    But I’m torn as to if this is true or not. Then again, it doesn’t seem like they’re in the same place long enough to fight over a prenup. So….

    • Kiddo says:

      Yeah. I think getting a large part of the pie is different if you were with that person for a long time and lived through sacrifices and being the rock for that person.
      Hitching on later in life, where you aren’t caring for that person (as in an elderly spouse, for example), I don’t understand the idea of believing you could claim half of someone’s fortune, if it doesn’t work out. If there are kids involved, that’s a different story, again.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        That’s what I was thinking too, Kiddo. It’s hard to differentiate between which kind of a relationship it’ll be if you did get with someone rich…..long term, where you’re actively supporting that person’s success, or if it’s something that just doesn’t work out after a few years.

        But still–you shouldn’t depend on that person’s money. That’s one of the things that my mom has always told me–as she has a lot of experience in it. You can’t depend on a man to take care of you, or your kids (if you choose to have them).

        My mom learned that EARLY–she got engaged at 22, and got pregnant because her fiance explicitly said that he wanted a baby. Just to be clear–he told her point blank that he wanted to have a baby with her, right now. And then when she got pregnant he freaked out and broke up with her.

        But yeah–with your last point about getting married later in life, it not working out, and then wanting half their stuff. I guess I’m naive, but I just wouldn’t even think to pull something like that.

        Also–OT…I’m watching ‘Supernatural’ and good Lord. If I’d known how fine Jensen Ackles REALLY was, I’d have watched this stupid show years ago. He’s so pretty. And tall. And has really wide shoulders. And looks gorgeous in a suit. That other one is funny looking though.

      • NerdMomma says:

        VC I have watched Supernatural for years because of Jensen! I love Jared too though. Every now and then we get a post here about them and I get soooo excited :-)

      • Amy Tennant says:

        VC Jensen will always be Eric Brady to me, but he sure is fine as Dean

    • Amy Tennant says:

      I do think prenups are smart, but I’m not sure if I could ever have one. I couldn’t go into a marriage while making plans for its end. I know that’s not “smart” of me, but I guess it’s a commitment/faith thing. But for everyone else, sure.

  14. Fan says:

    Justin knows she is desperate. Jennifer if he is not worth it, let go. Be like Sandra Bullock. Everybody loves her.

    • FingerBinger says:

      “Be like Sandra Bullock?” When Sandra married Jesse James people were scratching their heads at that marriage. Also, when all those things about Jesse came out after the divorce I remember there were some people looking at Sandra Bullock with a side eye. So no she shouldn’t be like Sandra Bullock.

  15. Jazz says:

    Wish these two would get married and leave us alone already!

  16. wow says:

    Something just really seems off with them as a “couple”. I always felt that they will never get married. But of course I said the same thing about Prince William and Kate Middleton and we see where they are today.

  17. The Original G says:

    If Justin is so interested in her 20 mill home and her 150 mill lifestyle, why does he live in NYC in his own condo for the most part?

    It’s not like he’s in Cali, hogging the margarita fountain and driving her cars into the canyon on the way to Cartier’s and The Ivy. His living his old NYC life with west coast visits and Christmas in Cabo.

    • Josephina says:

      @ The Original G—

      Aniston has bought him a car, a vintage leather jacket, a motorcycle and a new house. Before that she was renting and he was living with her. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are currently spent on renovating their new house… all financed by Jen.

      He has BEEN into her millions… where have you been?

      • The Original G says:

        He has spent most of their engagement living in the downtown apartment he owned way before they became involved. Although, it’s being described as his office, he lives there.

        The new house is hers and he’s rarely there for more than a visit. So if it’s so wonderful and he’s so enamoured of that lifestyle, why is he walking around NYC with his lifelong friends?

        His net worth has been estimated at 5-10 mill for some time and while it’s not 100 mill rich, I’d say the average person would consider that quite comfortable for someone who’s 42. If he’s now at 20 million, I think he’s secure in his skinny jeans.

        He’s been riding a bike for ages as well. If she bought him a new one and a leather jacket, well, OK, you’ve got me. Even at outrageous hipster designer prices, we’re well well short of millions or even a million. I’m just not inclined to blame him, if she lined her chicken coup with Hermes scarves. He’s in NYC. In his own home.

        Living apart seems to be working for them. But it’s pretty much documented that he’s living his pre-engagement life in NYC.

        You sound mad at him?

      • Josephina says:

        Nah, I am not mad at him at all.

        Actually, it’s whatever they want it to be.

        Aniston/Theroux write the pages/chapters of their life themselves… and then we read them after it’s written.

        However, if we read BS or catch a re-write in history, bloggers will call you on it.

  18. db says:

    His body language in every pic I’ve seen of the them together practically screams “not that into it”

    • RobN says:

      To me it always reads, not that thrilled about posing with the girlfriend for the camera, thinks it’s awkward and weird.

      I say that because I’ve been married 15 years and every picture of me and my husband looks like it’s two strangers forced to stand next to each other and say cheese.

  19. Kris says:

    How is JUSTIN THEROUX worth 20 million?

    • Katherine says:

      He’s not. He hasn’t had work that would come anywhere near that figure.

      The only way he has much is if Aniston gifted it to him so it doesn’t look like she’s with someone who after decades just hasn’t made it in the industry yet.

      Personally I would think that with his sketchy work history that when they met he was probably barely surviving. Which is why I think he is not doing anything to mess up this golden opportunity.

  20. Lydia Says says:

    I don’t think he’s the marrying type or he’s that madly in love with Aniston. He’s in it for the fame and money. He better shut up and takes all the advantages that he can because this relationship will not last. Jennifer seems like an insecure, needy & desperate woman. She’s in love with the idea of a relationship ;You can tell a lot about a woman from her relationship history, She’s never alone because she can’t stand to be alone. She’s more obsessed with playing the victim; after all , it made her a boatload of money. As long as she continues with the spinster persona,she’s only going to attract men who are interested in the publicity (John Mayer, anyone?) Jennifer’s problem is that her love life is such a tabloid commodity that whoever she ends up with will know her entire relationship history. That’s a tough way to start any relationship, no matter who you are.

    • Josephina says:

      “Jennifer’s problem is that her love life is such a tabloid commodity that whoever she ends up with will know her entire relationship history. That’s a tough way to start any relationship, no matter who you are.”

      Yeah, but… she made this bed– this verbal diarrhea of airing out her intimate business through the crying and snarky remarks aimed at her first and only-husband and longtime partner, with several friends weighing in on public comments as well about her marriage as well. So much for being private…

      Anyhoo.. all is well no matter what she does. I think the sting (which she allowed to have a lasting effect considering he was NOT the love of her life) of Brad’s departure has finally faded, so long as Justin marries her. I cannot see any other alternative for her.

  21. Caz says:

    First-world selfish celebrity problems. I just can’t with these two.

  22. lena horne says:

    maybe she is waiting to see if the relationship works before getting married.

  23. Jade says:

    I think getting married for them would be a disaster if they can’t even decide where to live. But if this is genuine, I still wish them the best.

    I disagree that signing a prenup makes a couple think that the marriage won’t last. If I have my own assets, I would have one because life and love can change. If you’re serious about your marriage and would go through thick and thin and both of you don’t take each other for granted, you wouldn’t have to dig up the prenup after signing it.

  24. H2O says:

    Maybe it’s the same “insider” talking about the no pre-nup situation who said that Brad and Angie were getting married long ago. Since that has not happened, this story might be cr@p too.

  25. Barbara says:

    His author Mother is in an article here locally. After reading it I suspect that Jen will never fit in with his intellectual family. Which may be why she insists on staying on the west coast.

  26. Cinderella says:

    I don’t think she should marry him. Just keep dating.