Jennifer Aniston & Justin visited the Vatican, Aniston showed too much skin

After spending a surprisingly paparazzi-friendly week in France, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux flew to Rome last Thursday, where their European “summer vacation” continued unabated. If they just stuck to Rome proper, I don’t think this leg of their holiday would be that big of a deal. But they also went to Vatican City, and controversy followed. Although Justin was dressed in his normal hipster duds (skinny jeans, a “keeping it real” t-shirt), Aniston’s normal clothes were a problem – she wore a short gray-blue skirt and a tank (with no bra). That’s a lot of skin (and nip) for the Vatican. The Vatican has rules about dress code. Seriously!

They are well known for their strict rules on dress code and many a tourist has been turned away for not adhering to the easy to follow rules. However, it looks like the Vatican has become a little lenient with their policy when it comes to Hollywood superstar Jennifer Aniston.

The 43-year-old was pictured walking around St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City wearing an extremely short grey dress that would have clearly been too high for the sacred religious site.

The catholic state is very clear on what is and is not acceptable to wear but, it appears that Jennifer was given special treatment as she took in the sites. As a VIP visitor the former Friends star even had a special uniformed guard follow her around the area as she and boyfriend Justin Theroux walked around. The ruling on respectable clothing is applicable to both men and women with neither sex being allowed to show their knees when in the basilica.

On it states: ‘The Dress Code is strictly enforced at St. Peter’s Basilica. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. This applies to both men and women. Even if you get through security, you will be turned away by the attendants at the door.’

Although Miss Aniston did cover her shoulders in a matching grey cardigan, she was still massively in conflict with the straightforward regulations by wearing a dress that fell well above the knee. After a lovely week long break in Paris, France, Jennifer and Justin arrived in Rome yesterday and headed straight to see the world famous sights.

[From The Mail]

If I had my own city, I would have a dress code of “No skinny jeans, no bangs and no pleats allowed.” But that would be FASHION not because I thought showing off your body is somehow gross or nasty. As for Aniston and her special treatment… eh. Maybe the Pope loves Friends? Probably not.

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  1. beyonce's bump says:

    It’s the Vatican….of course they would bend the rules for a celebrity. I would say more but….nvm.

    • Bubbling says:

      I hear you bb, but you have to be some kind of moron to dress like that for Vatican

    • bella says:

      true, spinner. the italians and europeans in general dress very provocatively – well it appears that way to some – but i think it’s more that they don’t have the hangups us westerners have about sexuality. JA was dressed just fine for the visit…no one there would have thought differently…

      • Lila says:

        Um, no. St. Peter’s is not the same as all of Vatican City, or even Italy. They are very, very strict there normally at St. Peter’s Basilica, where she was. No knees, no shoulders. They do the same thing at several cathedrals in Paris, although it is not really enforced. I’ve been at St. Peter’s, and have seen people denied entry because of the way they were dressed.

      • RocketMerry says:

        Yeah, not as showy as I thought. I see little girls and grown ass women dressed far more provocatively every day of the week.
        The point here, I think, is that she was inside Vatican buildings that are considered to require a certain decorum and respect, as churches. Most Italians, no matter how showy, instantly cover up when entering churches or other religious places. We simply know that there is a specific code to respect, no big deal. I don’t see it as bigotry, every religion has their own “rules of respect”, I guess.

        I will give Aniston some help here and say that these weeks have been intolerably hot and humid, at least up here North: can’t imagine what Rome must be like this June.

        Still they should have NOT let her inside without asking to cover up, no matter if that would have caused a scene.

      • gee says:

        A friend of mine was turned away because she was wearing (Opaque) leggings and a sweater that covered her butt. She had to get a pashmina on the street and wear it was a skirt. I would not have believed it if I didn’t see it myself. She did get special treatment.

      • lamamu says:

        Clearly she brought a sweater to cover her shoulders, and that’s the dress code for women. Besides, Italian women don’t walk out the front door without their exposed cleavage leading the way. Aniston looks positively demure by Italian standards.

    • Molly says:

      How tall is she really? I’ve heard 5’6 but she’s built a lot more like me and I’m 5’4.

  2. mln76 says:

    It’s tacky of her not to show the decorum to dress properly. At her age you’d think she’d show some respect put on a proper bra and and wear a long skirt. STILL the real hypocrites in this are the Vatican staff that were to starstruck to say no.

  3. Diana says:

    Ofcourse, The Pope is Team Aniston!!!

  4. Harper says:

    Get over it. I don’t see nothing wrong with her clothing. This poor woman can never win. There is always something wrong – her clothes, her shoes, her hair, her man, her home, her work, her body, her money…. too much, too short, too fat, too skinny, too old,… blah blah blah. Get a life and leave her alone!!!!

  5. GoodCapon says:

    The least she could do is follow the dress code, no?

    And is she wearing slippers too? What’s the Vatican dress code on footwear? Our church prohibits anyone from entering when they’re wearing slippers.

  6. Snowflake says:

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with what she’s wearing. If you can’t wear shorts or bare shoulders, I’m sure a lot of tourists get turned away. She’s got a banging body. I don’t understand all the hate for her. What has she done? nothing.silly women

  7. lower-case deb says:

    well, they let her in, so i guess it’s okay with them (the doorkeeper) to bend the rule for this couple. or maybe the rule has been updated, who knows. sometimes we get outdated rules posted on websites and even on information boards outside certain tourist attractions.

    and if there were tourists who were turned down at the door for dressing above the knee, then they should take it up with the Vatican about the differential treatment and not pick fights with aniston.

    maybe it was really warm in rome that day. and it’s just more comfortable in the clothes she’s wearing. if it’s cold and overcast and raining like in paris, she’ll definitely wear something more cover-up.

    also, i think she’s wearing a bra.
    because in the picture where they’re climbing the stairs, there’s a white strap peeking from under the sleeves of her dress. it looks sportsbra-ish to me.

  8. Tiegs says:

    Please, this is getting ridiculous. At the Daily Mail you can see that plenty of people were dressed exactly the same way that she was, in short dresses and flipflops. And she’s also clearly wearing a bra, you can even see a bit of lace.

    I guess this is just another excuse for people to say how ‘tacky’ and terrible she is, but it’s a pretty flimsy and desperate one to me.

    • lisa says:

      Well to be logical. If they let her in dressed the way she was they could hardly tell the others to leave. That would be way too obvious.

      Plus I’m sure someone would have made a big stink. Why is she allowed and not us.
      So the fact that others are dressed inappropriately too doesn’t really stand if she is allowed in.

      • Tiegs says:

        Sure Lisa, but a quick scan of the reader comments suggests that they didn’t make an exception for her, that many people dress the same way, and that it’s unlikely that they decided to make it ‘Slutty Saturday’ at the Vatican in her honour….

      • lisa says:


        I think it is inappropriate to dress the way she is and for some of the others. I don’t call it “slutty” but the nibbles out and the tight dress are a bit much. But I get mad every time I’m in church at the way people dress now. “Come as you are” has a new meaning. I went to a high school graduation and my jaw dropped at the attire. People have lost something. I don’t care if you are hot. Dress to respect the place you are in.

        and yeah I agree with some commenters..she gets flack, but so do a lot of others. For how they dress on a beach or walking down the streets of NOLA. It happens. Right or wrong it happens. But the same people screaming leave her alone will jump on someone else in a heart beat.

      • Tiegs says:

        I understand that a dress code should be respected, but I don’t think she broke it. Her arms were covered and her dress isn’t too short, so it’s really about personal taste.

        I completely agree that all’s fair in love and gossip, and that ‘others’ get the same treatment in the comments. I have no dog in this fight, but it’s made-up stuff (like she’s not wearing a bra) in the actual article that is a bit leading and biased for my taste.

      • lisa says:

        I’m not a fan, and I don’t believe the gossip stories about her either. And yes is wearing a bra.

        Gossip is like eating junk food. You can but if you indulge too much you get fat.
        I have enough common sense to know that most gossip is not true. Even about the people I don’t like

    • Lila says:

      It is okay to be dressed that way in Vatican City. However, it is NOT okay to dress like that at St. Peter’s, which she visited while there.

  9. Snowflake says:

    much fuss about nothing. gmafb

  10. Katren says:

    she’s such a plain dresser! She should mix it up a bit

  11. yael says:

    please. i visited the vatican on a high school band trip. i’m pretty sure my shorts were shorter than her skirt. and i was either wearing a tank top or a cap-sleeved shirt.

  12. Bubbling says:

    Can I just say this? I agree with comments that people give Aniston too much crap over nothing, but I really think it’s inappropriate to wear flip flops and bare knees in Vatican. As for other people doing it- poor taste also!

  13. T says:

    I was at the Vatican 18 years ago on a school trip – we all wore shorts and T shirts because it was hot. No one said a word to us about being inappropriately clothed.

  14. gigi says:

    Aren’t rules like these common but rarely applied in religious places?
    I remember a footage where they showed tourists eating IN Notre-Dame of Paris or just staying in to avoid the heat while talking etc.

  15. BNF says:

    I went to Rome recently. At the Vatican you basically just have to have your shoulders covered and no miniskirts or mini shorts. There were some people who tried to get in with tank tops they were allowed in but were given wraps to cover their shoulders. There’s like 2 signs on your way up to the Vatican saying the dress code… So you have to be blind not to know the rules…
    And her dress lenght is fine… I think they just mean don’t have your butt falling out. My “boyfriend” is a priest that works there I wonder if he met her… But seriously her dress is not a problem.

  16. silly says:

    If you don’t know people dress casually at the Vatican then you have never been there. I have and it is filled with tourists in very relaxed attire. And cleavage, by the way, is a style seen on many women in Italy right now. She couldn’t have fitted in more if she tried.

  17. mewmow says:

    I like her. She seems like a homebody, and I can totally relate to that. :-) They let her in the door, if she wasn’t dressed appropriately according to them, or if they didn’t want her in, they wouldn’t have. Who cares? Their choice. :-)

  18. Nia says:

    Looks like she had a light-weight sweater she took off. Maybe it was really hot in there.

  19. Kim1 says:

    Much ado about nothing but I see ROA only made $15 M I read the script was mediocre but Cruise performance was great.Not my type of movie

  20. smitten says:

    If you look closely at the one photo of her walking by the pillar, she put the sweater (that was around her waist in other pics) on. She is covered up, and appropriate.

  21. samira677 says:

    Sorry but the Aniston defenders sound ridiculous. People always get trashed at the smallest things on this site. Just because you’re a fan doesn’t mean Jennifer is special and should be off limits from criticism. I’m sure those that are angry probably do the same to other celebrities. The outfit isn’t the probably but where she’s at. I don’t know how serious the Vatican is about the dresscode but to me tank top, miniskirt, possibly braless is inappropriate and deserves to be criticized.

  22. samipup says:

    I went to the Vatican, wearing a short skirt. I didn’t know any better. They have light coat like wraps you can put on to cover up. And I agree, you should be dressed respectfully at a house of worship. And, no I’m not religious, just respectful.

  23. Shoes says:

    She’s wearing a bra. You can see better it in some of the shots of them in St. Peter’s Square. It’s white.

  24. Tiffany says:

    Paris. Rome. These places are not in Mexico. Are we sure this is Jennifer Aniston. Just saying…

  25. valleymiss says:

    When I went to the Vatican I wore gaucho pants and a tank top with a black wrap around my shoulders (that I kept tied around my waist otherwise…man it was hot in Italy that summer!) I am conflicted…I firmly believe in the “When in Rome” adage about respecting others’ “house rules.” Though I am a recovering Catholic and I don’t go to church anymore, I respect that it is an important place for many ppl and if I ever find myself in any church, I dress respectfully. However, I think in many ways it’s ridiculous for an organization that “covered up” so many child molestation cases to give a rat’s *ss about a woman’s shoulders not being “covered.” Come ON.

    • the original bellaluna says:

      I’ve known several recovering Catholics myself, and I hope it hasn’t messed you up as much as it has some of them.

      I’m not Catholic, but my Mom always insisted on the “no bare legs and no bare shoulders” rule for church, PERIOD.

  26. Jackie O says:

    aniston takes her wannabe sexy soccer mom look to the vatican….maybe she can say a prayer to bring back her glory days.

  27. lucy2 says:

    I spent a few months in Rome, and went there several times – I remember some women being told to cover their shoulders, and others in shorts and tank tops walking right in. It’s often very crowded so I think some people just get by.
    I would not have chosen to wear that myself, knowing the “rules”, but at least she did have the sweater.

  28. kira says:

    Wow, the pictures from the Daily Mail are really explicit.

    Showing off her tits, nipples, and ass for the paparazzi while at the Vatican? Now, that’s classy! Way to go famewhore. ;-)

    • Emma - the JP lover says:

      Yep. Lainey’s pictures are explicit as well. I can see how posters here think people are making a big deal over nothing, but the low cut of Jen’s dress and the in your face nips–that plainly aren’t that noticeable in the photos above–are certainly worth comment. And I’m not even touching the fact that her mini skirt is 5″ above her knee.

  29. valleymiss says:

    I don’t get the whole, “JA’s nipples are showing, call the newspapers!” reaction. Maybe she doesn’t like wearing a padded bra? I hate wearing padded bras. If my nips get hard and show thru my shirt, whatEVER. I hate the feel of padded bras, and I don’t want any padding added onto my already large chest. And, if she wore a padded bra, ppl would be criticizing her for trying to make her boobs look bigger. She can’t win.

    • Erinn says:

      You don’t need ‘padding’ to hide your nipples. I have a large chest too- I don’t wear those silly cloth bra things because they are so darn thin. I wear just a normal underwire cup bra, and I’ve NEVER had a problem with nipples showing, or it ‘adding’ to my chest.

  30. scrott says:

    Glad to see the Catholic Church is still granting indulgences after all these years…..

  31. Zelda says:

    Am I the only one who thinks his jeans AREN’T that skinny?
    Styles come and go. Loose pants are ugly. Don Draper would agree…

    Also, I hate these people, so this pants statement is totally unbiased.

  32. Dap says:

    No people in the civilized world are more prudish than the American people. I don’t see anything wrong with the way she is dressed. I visited the Vatican last year in August (it was very, very hot), i wasn’t more dressed than she is, nobody told me anything (and i’m not a celebrity!) and most of the young women were showing knees and shoulders. And no offense to anybody, but you have to be a real sex maniac, to look at thoses JA’s photos and think “Oh my God, this is way too sexy!”. So I wonder… Is that it? Is American culture so obsessed with sex that the mere hint that a woman might have some nipples (and shoulders!) is unbearable?

    • mln76 says:

      How many times does it have to be repeated that she wasn’t simply in Vatican City but St Peter’s Cathedral which has a stricter dress code. I don’t think it has to do with sex but respect for other cultures. Mature people usually go out of their way to honor traditions/dress codes/etc to show respect when visiting churches/synagogues/mosques/temples. But hey the Vatican security let her through so ultimately it’s their bad not Aniston’s.

      • Dap says:

        I visited Vatican city in the morning, St Peter cathedral in the afternoon. Didn’t change in between. Didn’t feel inappropriate. Didn’t feel any different from other people visiting with me at the same time. Wasn’t bother by the Vatican security (Hey, but maybe they thought I was an American celebrity?.
        I’m European by the way. So the lecture on how strict italian people are kind of make me laugh.

    • Anna says:

      I am American, living in Europe, and I am not a prude. Rather, I have taste and high aesthetic and cultural standards. There is –and should always be, in my book–standards for dress, particularly at religious sites, the world over, whether those sites relate to one’s own beliefs or not

  33. Whats wrong with a pair of nipples wanting to go to church??

  34. Janet says:

    I don’t care what she wears to church, but what in hell is happening with her HAIR?! Girlfriend needs a serious intervention, stat. Check out the second photo; her hair looks like a haystack. It’s all dried out, thin and wispy. She needs to stop bleaching it, stop blow-drying it and leave it alone, or she’s going to end up bald as an egg.

  35. kay says:


    this church protects pedophiles yet maintains a strict dress code.

    give me an f-ing break.

    and yes, I was raised catholic and never was there such a hypocritical church. this is just yet another way they show it.

    • Alice says:

      Oh how sick I am of the witch hunt on Catholics.
      Did you know that not too long ago there was a case of a bunch of rabbis who molested and raped little boys at the synagogue? And got away with it until someone alarmed the police!? They got away with it for years. It got a little tiny mention in the NYT and that’s it.
      It just shows how hypocritical the media is and also how most people are dumb sheep.

      • kay says:

        well, if you want to have a discussion about ALL religions, we can. I have much to say.

        But because this thread was about the RCC, I kept to the topic. So not a witch hunt, merely staying on topic.

        But I love to discuss different religions and how hypocritical they are, among other things.

        But this thread was about the RCC. So, not a dumb sheep ;)

    • lira says:

      Generalizing much?
      If I ever went visiting a mosque (hope to visit Istanbul some day) , I would dress accordingly to the rules, even if I do not agree with their religion or how women seem to be /are treated in some muslim countries (example: not being able to go to the doctor by themselves, et al).

      • kay says:

        Yes, but that proves my point as well.

        All this nonsense about dress codes, and people are treated abhorrently.

        It’s far more important to dress in a skirt that is below her knees than deal with real issues- yet another issue with this church, and religions in general.

        So if you want to visit and show respect to a religion that shows so little respect to people, go right ahead. I’ll be down at the UN making a difference for the people they suppress.

      • RuddyZooKeeper says:

        Exactly, Lira. If people don’t like the RCC, then stay away from all things RCC. Or fill in the blank with whatever organization you wish. I don’t see how intentionally breaking clearly stated rules is ever justified. It’s ok because nobody else got caught? Because it was hot? Because the RCC is a joke and if they can hurt little boys then I can wear my “Sh!t Happens” tee shirt into St Peter’s? Because nobody gets to tell me what to do? So freaking juvenile and immature. When did we become so selfish and entitled that we refuse to abide by a simple dress code?

      • sup says:

        you can go to a doctor’s office by yourself in Istanbul.

  36. the original liv says:

    a couple of years back, i went backpacking in Europe during the summer when i was 17. So my friends and I were wandering around Rome, and since we were near the Vatican, we thought we might as well go see the sites. After waiting in line for a long time, we got turned away cause my knees were showing – my skirt was about aniston’s length. so we got out of line, went to go buy a pair of pants and had to wait back in line. but it isn’t just the vatican’s house of worship that has a strict dress code, throughout italy, whenever we went to a church, i always had to cover my shoulders (it was summer, so i was wearing tanks).

    anyways, for people who say people in italy dress provocatively, don’t confuse the whole of italy with church dress code.

  37. Anna says:

    I was turned away at St Peters for having a skirt that was too short (a mini skirt above the knee) and my respect for the formalities of the Church shot up a thousand fold. I actually liked that something “sacred”–yes, even a dress code of this nature–was enforced.

    Aniston could have put on something more appropriate. Also, as she is world renown with photographers everywhere, she might have risen to the occasion a bit.

    But such are the privileges of the wealthy and famous: the right to look scuzzy.

  38. Patricia says:

    Thanks idiots for making Americans once again look stupid and rude.

    They both look like they’re headed to the damn grocery!

    If you don’t want to respect their customs (and follow their rules) how about you just not go there?

  39. skuddles says:

    I saw pics of this on another site and in a couple shots you can see hard nips and the top of her lacy bra sticking out … tacky tacky Jen.

  40. pwal says:

    I’m sorry, but people making excuses for Aniston are being ridiculous. There’s a time and place for everything and the Vatican having a dress code isn’t unreasonable. And like Hilary Swank, it wouldn’t have hurt to Google and see if there’s certain clothing styles and colors could be misconstrued due to the culture.

    She can’t take the Cabo mentality everywhere.

  41. Anna says:

    I’ve been to the Vatican several times – I live in Europe – and the rule they have is that you’re not allowed in shorts or/and tank tops. That’s it. If it’s summer – and summers in Italy are intolerably hot – she looks like most people visiting the site. Please note that she has her shoulders covered while inside. Most people have a normal summery touristy outfit and just cover with a pashmina when they get in.

  42. Hipocrisy says:

    A few years ago, i was turned down when entering the cathedral in Firenze. I had a skirt as short as Miss Aniston and I was wearing black stockings and stilletoes.

    They told me that if i didn’t have a longer coat to cover my knees, i should stay outside while the other students went in.

    I was twenty years old.

    • lira says:

      Same happened to me at St PAul’s Cathedral in Venice. Could not go in because of my shoulders. I forgot somehting to cover my shouldres, I already knew this could happen. as in other churches visited by tourists around Europe, they have a dress code . When I visited colonial Guanajuato In Mexico, they did the same. It looks like some tourists really wear skimpy clothes to go aound. It is disrespectful. Ithink that her dress is too short for visiting the important cathedrals, but whatever.

  43. nikzilla37 says:

    I had no idea there was a proper dress code for the Vatican either. I would imagine if I went there though, it’d be brought to my attention at some point prior to entering, at which point, i’d change out of my tourist outfit (like Aniston appears to be wearing).

    Maybe she didn’t get the memo?

  44. Megan says:

    I went to St Peters during the 1995 European heat wave and dress code was not an issue that day.

  45. shontay says:

    Don’t care to comment on Aniston, but no skinny jeans in your city? I’m never going there. Skinny jeans are the best.

  46. SCREEEE says:

    Now I’m not saying I in any way approve of the Vatican, its rule or influence. I don’t. However, I think not only did Aniston not cover up enough, but neither did Theroux or their friends. Long, light clothing is not a hardship if you’re visiting a sacred or hallowed place, no matter your own beliefs. In a smaller way, I *hate* being British when I see ‘our’ tourists in Muslim or otherwise conservative countries parading around like it’s the beach :/

    Then again I might be an outlying case… I almost had a panic attack because I was in Sri Lanka, age 15, with my theatre class, and I got the hiccups in the Temple of the Tooth (Buddha’s, supposedly). I was so mortified they just stopped, and ever since (hehe I’m only 22) I’ve just been able to Buddha my hiccups to death. Awesome tangent, SCREEEE. Basically I don’t like to mess with anybody’s holy anythings.

  47. Carolyn says:

    Oh now Huvane is putting Religious Jen into the mix. Shaking my head that such a story is getting media coverage. How did the Greece elections go? Are they still part of the Euro?

  48. Lauren says:

    It is obvious to me that JJ are preparing for their Eddie Munster royal wedding. Zahara & Maddox are already scheming with the Pope to put a hex on their hipster-doobie holy adventure.

  49. Minty says:

    Of course, Jen must dress this way, even in St. Peter’s Basilica. After all, she has to maintain her position as Hottest Woman Of All Time.

    *massive eyeroll*

  50. Ravensdaughter says:

    Tacky, but not a surprise. On the other hand, the glasses at least make her look intelligent.

  51. Kitten says:

    Wow, I forgot how hot Brad used to be in those 2004 photos on Lainey. He looks like hell now, comparatively.I know it’s been 8 years but he looks so different now.

  52. Lurkeelee says:

    This woman has fans that will make excuses for anything she does. I can guarantee that some of these people making comments here chastising others for being critical of Jen would be all over this like white on rice if Angelina showed up half nakey with nips poking out in a sacred church. Those fans make me dislike Jen more and I used to be neutral about her. Jen is an untalented, boring, ignorant, airheaded boob who makes all Americans look bad. Nuff said.

    Revising comment to say the duffus BF looks ridiculous too. I didn’t want to leave him out. I hope they get married and have kids. I really do. They deserve each other.

  53. mommaq says:

    She looked like American trash, nice. Just what America needed.

    Ladies it won’t take away from your feminazi nonsense if you dress like a lady instead of trash occasionally.

  54. mommaq says:

    She looked like American trash, nice. Just what America needed.
    Ladies it won’t take away from your feminist nonsense if you dress like a lady instead of trash occasionally.

  55. Brenda says:

    I was just there about 10 days ago. I was paranoid because I’d read the rules but there were so many people in short shorts and no one stopped them from going in. I doubt they made an exception for JA because she’s a celebrity. I think sometimes they’re just not strict about the rules.

  56. Ginger says:

    I work in a courthouse…people don’t even adhere to the dress code there (it’s a regular comedy routine seeing what people wear to court!) Why would she adhere at the Vatican?? Does anyone dress appropriately anymore? IMO…running around without a bra after 40 is gross.

  57. Snowpea says:

    I think all you Jen haters are completely bonkers.

    I LOVE that girl and rate her as being the number one celebrity I’d love to hang out with. She looks cool, self deprecating and fun.

    The girl celebs who look as boring as batshit and/or completely up themselves include Kate Winslet, Saint Angelina, Jennifer Garner (snooooooze), Gwyneth and Cameron Diaz.


    • Sal says:

      Aniston is anything BUT cool, self-deprecating and fun. She is boring, self-absorbed and trashy. This dumb bimbo has the intelligence of a phone booth. At LEAST you could hold a conversation with the others, especially Jolie and Winslet who are the epitomy of coolness. In her conversations Aniston is all, “yeah, um, ya know (twirls hair)?”

      Imagine discussing culture or world politics with her. Shes an airhead and totally boring as batsh*t. Her quality of discussion would be about hair, Rachel Green, quality of martinis in Malibu vs Mexico, and the best value spray tan, Shes a stupid dumb twit, totaly BORING to be around. She has NO IDEA how to have an adult conversation. Only people who would find her ‘cool’ would be 13 year olds with the maturity of 9 year olds. But you do have the right to be brainwashed and duped by this narcissist’s phony persona. I guess some don’t have the smarts to see through a phony b*tch. Too bad you are brainwashed and can’t see the forest for the trees.

    • Janet says:

      Snowpea: I don’t think the celebs you mentioned are “bo-ring” at all. I do think it might take more maturity to hold a conversation with any of them than some people are capable of.

    • Emma - the JP lover says:

      @Snowpea, who wrote: “The girl celebs who look as boring as batshit and/or completely up themselves include Kate Winslet, Saint Angelina, Jennifer Garner (snooooooze), Gwyneth and Cameron Diaz.”

      So, you mean those ‘girl celebs’ who seem comfortable in their own skins (and by the way, you left Cate Blanchett off your list). I can see your point. There’s nothing more boring than someone who is happy with their life and their place in the world. Unlike all of those ‘fun and exciting’ girl celebs who seem unsure of themselves and are a neurotic mess, trying to cling to their youth and their sex appeal as if it is the only thing by which they are defined.

      I don’t ‘hate’ Jennifer Aniston. I just think she’s gotten a free ride over the past 7 years and has profited from it by devious design, not her own merit.

      Jennifer Aniston once had my respect. If she would just stand on her own two feet and make a place in the world on her own merits, she’ll have my respect again. In other words … she seriously needs to let go of those ‘coattails’ she’s desperately clinging to.

      Let go Jen and sink or swim on your own merit. Raise the tops and lower the skirts and dresses a bit … gracefully embrace your age. Marry Justin–finally cut the tie that binds you to Brad Pitt–and move to Montana, Oregon, or Washington State for a year out of the lime light. Get Justin to write you a phenomenal screen play with a character that takes you outside of your comfort zone. And I promise you, I will be in the theater to see it.

  58. Eleonor says:

    I’m Italian, and I visited the Vatican too,the point is:

    a) No boob showing in a church,btw this dresscode can be general, it’s considered unrespectful.
    b) No butt showing.
    If Jennifer dress was shorter that would have been a problem, but the lenght is sufficient to fully cover her ass, so it’s ok.
    Transparents clothes can be considered unrespectful too.

    In Italy, and especially in Rome is hot as hell, it’s difficult to stay fully clothed, that’s why in some churchs they can give you a pashmina, if they judge your dress “inappropriate”.
    And for the men well they usually don’t have too much problems, even if sometimes I’ve seen tourists (not in Vatican) trying to visit churchs in swimsuit and flip-flops!

  59. sup says:

    the secular feminist in me initially wanted to say she can wear what she wants, however, it’s becoming clearer by day that she wears pasties, once again making it clear that she’s a trashy, unsophisticated valley girl. there is no way that those saggy boobs have nipples that high. and there was a photoshoot of her and rent-boy walking their dog, she wore a huge and thick sweatshirt and yet the nipples were erect and visible. so that’s when i first started suspecting that the rumours about her classless pasties were true. besides her former wronged friend, a comedian, dished that jennifer used to wear chicken cutlets in her bra for auditions. she’s just that nasty and gross.

    edit: i just scrolled up and realized it’s not clear in these photos but for those who don’t know what i’m talking about, check out the same set on dlisted.

  60. B says:

    She clearly put the cardigan that was around her waist on for the inside visit. I had to do the same thing when I went into the Vatican…security did pay attention, sleeveless on the outside, covered shoulders inside.

  61. Lilla says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb here.
    I’m sorry but you do not go to the Vatican dressed like that. You don’t enter any Catholic premises dressed like. It’s a sign of respect to dress appropriately wherever you go, be it a Mosque or a Synagogue.
    I’m not a Jen hater or anything, but to be an international celebrity and then come out looking so ignorant is an eye-opener. I mean she dressed better when she went out to get a pizza, wearing pants and a blazer. Oh well, at least she wore the cardigan inside.

  62. sup says:

    btw who was it that said they would hate it if Jennifer would start wearing “ironic, thick black framed hipster glasses” too? lol looks like your nightmare has become a reality: roflol… anything to emulate her hipster douche rent-boy of the time…

  63. JudyK says:

    I think she looks fine…and appropriate.

    You can clearly see her white bra strap in the pic of her climbing the stairs, so she was not braless.

  64. Katherine says:

    They BOTH look inappropriate and disrespectful. From the nipples to the flip flops to the mini skirt to Justin’s just woke up in an alley attire.

    People should just give up with this defense of her attire. She is a grown woman and he is a grown man. He looks like a slob and both of them know full well how to dress respectfully. Which makes me know this was nothing but a photo op to show off her allegedly “youthful” body and nipples and him to continue with his slacker posing.

    She’s an idiot for even thinking of going into a church like that – or even going to the Vatican. It’s not as if they walked all over Rome like hot and tired tourists and ended up at St Peter’s. They were driven there by a driver in an air conditioned limo.

    She took the time to make sure her hair was styled and her outfit was coordinated so she certainly gave her outfit thought. And don’t tell me people didn’t warn her about the dress code.

    What good is a bra if it doesn’t even cover your nipples?

  65. blonde on the dock says:

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with how she is dressed. When I was there everyone was dressed like that or in a similar fashion. Stop the hate! It’s so silly.

  66. Kim says:

    I went there is a shorterish skirt and it was ok but they make you cover your shoulders, which I see Jennifer did, when you go into the church. Doesnt look like she got any special treatment.

    She looks awful. Her hair is frizzy, bad outfit, has put on alot of weight and she better actually need those specs or barf!

  67. ann h says:

    I went into a fancy restaurant last week and 2 young men were at different tables wearing ball caps. I find that disrespectful, as well and Jennifer and some of the other people’s attire . Just because you “can”, doesn’t mean you should.

  68. Midnight says:

    I’m waiting for the required “Jen takes Justin to museum she visited with Brad so and so many years ago.” Brad couldn’t seem to take Angie anywhere without the headline screaming “Brad takes Angie to same place he took Jen.” So what? Brad obviously liked theh place and wanted to share it with Angie. So come on rags, give the headline of “Jen takes Justin to places she saw with Brad.” Although I know this won’t happen, because for some reason, this woman is given a pass, although rags feel it’s ok to rag on Angie.

  69. Addison says:

    I am not catholic, but when I went to this place I followed the rules. It is disrespectful to do otherwise.

    I personally think the catholic religion is incorrect (I am protestant). I went to The Vatican because I am an artist and it holds artistic value for me.

    However, I am mindful that this place is sacred to others. So one must conduct oneself accordingly. Whenever going to a place that holds sacredness to that group we MUST be respectful. Otherwise don’t go.

  70. Laura says:

    I believe it was Pope John Paul II that praised the human body for its beauty? LOL.
    I’m a Protestant and don’t think clothes are important, but how you act. I’ll wear pretty revealing clothes but I demand respect, and give it to others.
    On that note, I visited the Buddhist Zen Center in my city to study their meditation. I was asked to wear long sleeves and pants, and I did, even though it was hot. That’s respect. Just because I don’t believe or practice their religion doesn’t mean I can just sh*t on their beliefs.