Jennifer Aniston is ‘not a fan’ of beets, thinks caviar is ‘just a sh–ty taste’


I’m not really sure why Jennifer Aniston’s go-to media outlet these days is Yahoo, but she’s given like five interviews to Yahoo in the past year. For no real reason too. I think she’s friends with some of the editors and journalists over there, and she uses Yahoo to chat about her endorsement deals, hair, water, etc. So, Aniston gave a new interview to Yahoo Food about her diet, what’s in her refrigerator, and how she hates caviar. Some highlights:

Her everyday diet: “I don’t let eating habits get out of control where I need a reset button. My general philosophy is to eat healthy. It’s pretty clear: eat as much organic fruits and veggies as you can, keep sugar [intake] low, drink tons and tons of water, and get good sleep. I allow myself to indulge once in a while. I’m good at keeping my starches to a minimum. I don’t like ‘white’ foods, and I’ll always cut back on some breads if I’m trying to slim down for something special. But I don’t give myself any rules anymore.”

What she keeps in her fridge: “I always have cut raw vegetables in a Tupperware container. Hard-boiled eggs are always great to have in the fridge, as well as a big head of butter lettuce. I also include protein, such as pulled chicken.”

What she’ll never have in her fridge: “Beets are not in our refrigerator, I’m not a fan. And you won’t find caviar. Nope, you can’t acquire that taste no matter how many people say that. It’s just a s***** taste.”

She & Justin Theroux mix it up in the kitchen: “Justin and I both love to tinker in the kitchen. We make a pasta carbonara that’s so easy. We have eggs from our chickens, and then we make it ‘skinny style’ where we use turkey bacon instead of real bacon, eggs, and parmesan. No oil, butter or creams. And we use pasta water to make it juicier. Justin’s great at making breakfast. He makes a great huevos rancheros, which I’m fortunate to be at the end off.”

She’s tried fad diets: “Sure, the Grapefruit Diet. I think there was a watermelon one, and if you just think about it for two seconds, if anyone just lives on watermelon, you’re going to lose weight. But the taco one I’m riveted by… I can see that being something. I did do Nutri-System, like, 20 years ago, that actually worked. It just happens to be astronaut food, but it still worked.”

[From Yahoo]

I’m not a fan of beets or anything beet-flavored either, so I’m sort of with Aniston on that one. Caviar is an acquired taste for a lot of people, but I’ve never really seen the point. As for the rest of it… my biggest problem is that I don’t believe Jennifer and Justin really mix it up in the kitchen all that much. I’m almost positive that she has a full-time private chef, and I’m sure he organizes her refrigerator and cooks all of her meals.

She also talks about hosting a Golden Globes viewing party, which is kind of sad especially considering what she was doing last year, which was spending a million dollars to hustle up an Oscar nomination that didn’t come through. And at the very end of the interview, I finally “got” why she was chatting with Yahoo: SmartWater has released a new “sparkling water” and that’s what she was shilling.

Here are some photos of Justin in New York a few days ago:



Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.

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  1. Div says:

    I know people dislike Leo constantly talking about the difficulties of shooting The Revenant or Rooney Mara’s somewhat dour interviews. However, give me that any day over Jen’s constant food/hair/nails interviews. Even give me Alba talking about The Honest Company. It’s be at least more interesting to hear Jennifer discuss this IF she was saying something like she works crazy hours and this health food helps her in this way or that way. But nope. She’s actually making an effort to do more serious films too but she won’t even approach that as a topic. It’s like she’s stuck in permanent bland mode.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      She really does put you to sleep.

      • Ladybird83 says:

        Well she’s married now so no more scandalous “Angelina hates Jen” or “Brad’s final betrayal” bullshit. Now people are just getting the “real” Jen and finding out she has nothing to say and is boring. I get the feeling she is trying to parlay all of this into a new career since acting isn’t going so great. In 5-10 years she will be releasing healthy cookbooks and vitamin supplements.

      • moot says:

        @Ladybird83 I made the comment below, but I’m seriously surprised it’s taken her this long to get on the Lifestyle bandwagon. She’s really missed out on her billion $ empire (though, it could still happen, I guess, if she got serious about it). She’s got name recognition and good-will from bajillions of Friends fans who got swept along into her movie career, plus everyone else who got on-board with all her comedies. She could’ve been the middle class Goop a decade before Goop. She could’ve sold Jen-branded organic natural face cleansers, hair moisturizers and hair straighteners, ocean-scent perfumes, juicers, yoga mats, cookbooks, vitamins, and so on, long before anyone else got into the game. Bel Air lifestyle. She could’ve been it.

        Clearly, not entrepreneurial minded enough, I suppose. Or, not ambitious enough? Or, perhaps, that cuts into the Oscar goal too much?

    • Esmom says:

      I’m guessing she didn’t talk about her projects because that’s not what she was asked. I’ve said this before but I don’t think she can ever win — if she does talk about her work she will be mocked for trying to promote herself as a serious actor, like how dare she. But when she doesn’t, she is mocked for being too shallow.

      • Div says:


        I agree that people, and the media, are judgey towards Jennifer. However, she’s a 40 something who has been in the business for over 20 years and seems perfectly comfortable with journalists. She’s savvy enough to drive the narrative in an interview, unlike a lot of stars imo, and so she could get them to talk about something more interesting. I wonder if it’s more like she’s afraid to say anything of substance because if she sticks to such bland topics she’ll basically never have to worry about blow back.

      • Naya says:

        Jennifer can not win and I think even she has accepted that. I doubt she is troubled by the over 10 years of backlash at this point. She needed to market a product, so she did her job and went home.

      • Nancy says:

        Esom & Naya: Agree. Goes back to the old saying damned if you damned if you don’t.

      • SamiHami says:

        ITA, esmom. I think there are just some people who are going to hate on her no matter what she does. I really doubt she cares, though. She seems to have it pretty good, so I’m sure she’s crying all the way to the bank.

      • tracking says:

        I agree, most of what she does is these lifestyle interviews related to endorsements. Repetitive and boring, but she is doing her job. I also agree she’s decided to stick to uncontroversial topics and not give too much away about her personal life. Makes for bland, generic interviews, but a smart tactic imo. And, though she can be quite witty, she’s not a Rhodes scholar, so she stays in her wheelhouse for the most part. Her interviews discussing her prep for her Cake role were more interesting (though everyone latched on to the no makeup comment, there was more about her effort to understand chronic pain etc.).

      • minx says:

        IMO she was tabloid fodder for a solid decade because of the so-called triangle–enmeshed in headlines with two of the biggest movie stars in the world. But when that faded away, there wasn’t a whole lot left to say. She’s a working almost 47-year-old actress who recently got married, and that’s about it. Take away the Brangelina connection and she would be, well, Courteney Cox.

      • Ava says:

        That’s because there is not much between her ears – she is one of the less intelligent people in Hollywood. All that boozing and drugs probably killed lots of brain cells.

      • BossyKat says:


        This isn’t an ‘interview,’ these diet/water/skin/hair pieces she does are paid endorsements for which she is contractually obligated.

        My guess is, her power PR dude who is the best, orchestrates ‘mini-interviews,’ to satisfy her obligations as she might over extend herself if she did actual actual tv commercials for all the junk she has stock in or is a spokesperson for.

        She’s cash cow #1 and he’s very strategic with her brand, to keep the aniston money machine pumping along – it’s kept him in designer duds,mansions and young bfs for a looong time.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I don’t dislike her. She seems harmless and nice, but I’ve never read an interview where she said anything remotely interesting. Maybe that’s on purpose, so she won’t be controversial, or maybe it’s due to what she’s asked, but I have never read an interview with her that wasn’t dull.

      • Rainbow says:

        Agree Esmom. Also she is giving an Interview to Yahoo Food, of course the subject will be food, diet etc.

      • Mudflaps says:

        @esmom I completely agree. Why would anyone talk to the press if they aren’t shilling something? And Maybe Jen does have a privat chef but that doesn’t mean she and Justin can’t cook a few meals a week when they aren’t too busy. The critcism toward Jen always confuses me. I don’t get it.

    • hogtowngooner says:

      In fairness, this was an interview with Yahoo FOOD so of course she’s talking about her diet and cooking.

      Meh, she seems harmless enough. Given she was one of the stars of the biggest show on TV at the time, she was likely under immense pressure to be thin so I totally believe she’s tried every fad diet ever. She and Courteney Cox were crazy thin in season 5-6 it was actually kind of frightening.

      • kate says:

        I always liked that she and Cox were quite open about the fact they were on strict diets in the Friends days. They never tried to pretend they were eating junk food on the regular. Later Aniston got more lax about the diets, but she went out of her way to say she was able to do that because she started doing more exercise.

        It was refreshing that they were just honest about it.

  2. Eggland's worst says:

    I worked at a fishery in the cleaning section. I helped pull caviar from the fish. There is nothing and I mean NOTHING that could make me eat caviar. As for her somewhat less than intellectually stimulating interviews, let’s be honest. She plays the same character in everything. She’s just not that talented. Not exactly mensa material either.

    • michelleb says:

      Just your description of harvesting caviar made me shudder! Ugh.
      Before I was a vegetarian, caviar looked revolting to me.

      • Eggland's worst says:

        I could tell you some horror stories, but brevity is the soul of wit. And I did get to meet a lot of people from other countries. It was like a mini-UN up there (in Alaska). But yes, I don’t think anyone who has had to deal with cleaning fish would ever eat caviar.

    • Wren says:

      Even without seeing it, if you know what caviar is and think for 5 seconds about how it’s harvested……….. yeah. Gross.

      I’ve eaten it a few times, and even had purportedly “good” caviar, and all I could think about was how it tasted like salty spoiled fish.

    • Tina says:

      I adore caviar. I went to Azerbaijan many years ago, and got many tins of amazing caviar for (relatively) little money. The farmed stuff is very good too. (Of course, I also love black pudding). I think it’s a Marmite kind of food – you either love it or you hate it.

  3. Nancy says:

    Oh Jennifer you don’t know what you’re missing! I love beets…..especially pickled beets, eat them all up but one, then boil some eggs and put them in the jar. I expect her to get the regular beeting (lol) she gets on here, but she seems like a good sport and can take it. She’s one of the few to go from a hit series in her twenties and move on to her late forties and still be popular (to most of us anyway). If you don’t like her beet it….can’t stop myself 🙂

    • epiphany says:

      Beet salad with arugula and goat cheese…heaven!

      • Josephine says:

        Yes! I love breading and then pan-frying a pat or two of the goat cheese – extra delicious!

      • Nancy says:

        Josephine that sounds divine. I have never tried pan frying and the goat cheese!New recipe for me. I have wrapped them in foil and baked like a potato and it was heaven for me, not so much for my family.

      • Lama Bean says:

        That is my favorite salad! Amazing. My homemade balsamic is the business on that salad.

      • hogtowngooner says:

        That sounds delicious!

    • Peanutbuttr says:

      I spent a year teaching in Russia. Beet salads, borscht, and red caviar on crepes were my staples

      • Nancy says:

        Peanutbuttr: How interesting to teach in Russia. I remember helping my brother learn the language and what a challenge that was. Borscht is everything to me, love. I wonder if the people are healthier with a diet so different than a lot of Americans consume. Curious as to what you taught.

      • Wren says:

        I used to love borscht, a friend made excellent borscht and I ate it all the time. But then I got really sick after eating beets (on a separate occasion, not related to my friend’s food) and I haven’t been able to touch beets since. That biofeedback mechanism is too strong to overcome. I’m not even sure it was the beets, but they were, uh, shall we say the most obvious thing that I had eaten.

      • Nancy says:

        Wren; I think everybody has a similar story about eating something and getting sick and wham that’s it. But I might add not everybody can word it as cleverly as you did. Everyone surrounding me today is in a shitty mood so I appreciate your way with words. Always so clever……Wren’s posts beets everybody else’s…

      • Goodnight says:

        I wish I could like beets. My mother is Russian and can make authentic borscht, but I just think beetroot tastes like dirt. I’d love to help preserve and pass on her culture but my taste buds are not compatible with Russian food.

    • mp says:

      if you can’t beet ’em, join ’em, right? 🙂

  4. Talie says:

    Oh, I think she’ll make it to the Oscars. She’s not giving up.

    • Div says:

      I don’t know. She can be quite good comedic roles…like I caught a film she did with Frances McDormand several years ago and she was surprisingly great. However, she seems bent on being a “dramatic” actress and she’s not as good in that type of field. I feel like if she picked the right role in a dark comedy, instead of going for the drama roles, she could get to the Oscars.

      • minx says:

        Comedy performances rarely win Oscars, though. And she’s not THAT great of a comedic actress where she would buck the trend.
        She wants to do serious roles, she thinks that’s her path to awards–and forget it. She’s not that talented.

      • Marigold says:

        Are you talking about Friends With Money? I guess that had some funnier parts but I don’t think I’d call that a comedy. I actually thought Jennifer Aniston was great in that.

    • BossyKat says:

      Yea, she’s like Arnold the Terminator in that sense.

      Also, unless she completely destroyed all good will with her crass bought & paid for efforts last year, there might be a few people who will throw her a bone even if she manages her usual mediocrity.

      If they spin her banality into what appears to be fair to decent reviews, even if Oscar is out of reach, she could still land on a few other award red carpets for something down the road…especially if she’s still plugging along at 50 trying to be a ‘serious’ actress – the pity factor is still strong with this one.

      Even with her metrosexual Hipster bicoastal new hub, and kajillions…a few people still weep over the elephant in the room who broke her heart, the big grey one with thick hair, big eyes and big lips…and that’s just Brad.

    • funcakes says:

      I saw they had the nominations for the Razzies out already. I honestly thought I would see her name, but she was speared. I don’t ever think she’s been nominated for one.

      • Catelina says:

        Angelina has been nominated 4 times for a Razzie and so has Jennifer. (wasn’t sure which one of them you were referring to with this)

      • BossyKat says:


        Right. You weren’t sure who she was referring to even though no one even mentioned Angelina? Mkay.

        Being an artist means taking risks, sometimes things work and sometimes they don’t. Most of all it means not caring what people think about your choices. There’s great reward in risk. That’s why most *Oscar winners* have been panned several times at some point. Angelina has her Oscars, and multiple nods to boot.

        Get it through your head: those two are only rivals in the fevered angry bitter imaginations of ‘female first’ fans – they were never rivals in reality. Aniston can’t even rival Sarah Jessica Parker or Lisa Kudrow, let alone Oscar winners. They do not equate. So stop attaching Aniston to Angelina in stuff, be it relationships or razzies.

        It’s when you’re pushing 50, are desperate for Oscar and *ONLY* have razzies and poor box office for awful movies you headline like Aniston, that you become sad and pathetic.

        Sandra Bullock always had much fun with her razzies, ditto Halle Berry. They don’t care.

        Aniston cares. ..and it’s AWKWAAAARD.

  5. here's Wilson says:

    Beets! I love them! Steamed, in salad, pickled. I ssute’ the roots in oil and garlic. Excellent source of iron and potassium and I’m deficient in both. I don’t know why so many people dislike them.

    • Rhiley says:

      Me too. I feel like I am eating powerhouse of nutrients when I eat beets. Had last night in fact. They are such a beautiful color too. I think they are one of the most perfect foods. I love almost all root veggies, though, especially roasted, during the winter.

  6. dAsh says:

    I don’t like beets either so I’m with her but I do like caviar. The food you can find in her fridge sounds really boring and unappetizing.

    • SamiHami says:

      Eh, well…everyone to their own taste. Nothing wrong with that.

    • Alice too says:

      Caviar is an acquired taste so you kind of have to persist a bit to get there. And not the “fish roe” kind but the real deal which is completely different. Very “iodine sea water” taste. Sea Urchins as well…a taste which I acquired after my 102 yr old neighbor “guilted” me into eating about 20 of them before letting me know that he never ate them because he thought they were disgusting. :D.

      Beets…can’t stand them, zero comment on that one.

  7. Chelly says:

    I love cleaning out and organizing my fridge. lol……immm just sayn.

    😝 << my face any time i ate a beet

  8. EM says:

    The more some celebrities speak, the more their stupidity leaks out. I’m not surprised by the divorce rates in Hollywood or the relationship phases.

  9. epiphany says:

    Given how seldom these two seem to be together, I would guess they “mix it up in the kitchen” about 4 times a year.

    • BossyKat says:

      Yea, I’m surprised she’s still stuck on the ‘pasta cabanara, eggs fr our chickens, juevos rancheros’ bleating. Is this not a new interview, or is it a cut and paste from older ones?

      No one could be that brain dead and boring that they retread the same banal food anecdotes for 3 years running.

      At least mix it up and get a new dish.

      So it is official, he lives in NYC and she…does not?

      See, if this were anyone else but poor Jen, this would be the story. But everyone ignores the weirdness like this relationship is normal. Lol

      Also that triangular vajayjay pruning sticking out of Justin’s hoodie is hilarious. Its like an immaculately groomed snaatch. Ewww.

  10. claire says:

    Oh look. Jennifer Aniston talking about drinking water for the bazillionth time.

  11. Ava says:

    Who is she kidding? She confessed to having two full time chefs. As a famous critic once famously said – if her lips are moving, she is lying.

    As for mostly giving interviews for Yahoo – the reason is because she hasn’t insulted them yet. Big respectable magazines like Vanity fair, Vogue, Magazine W etc have all banned her since she publically lied about them.

    • Gina says:

      “As a famous critic once famously said – if her lips are moving, she is lying.”

      Remind me, which famous critic said that…?

      But you’re right I’m sure. She’s probably a sneaky little undercover beet eater, and I bet she bathes in a tub of caviar nighly!

      • GoOnGirl says:

        The credit for that quote goes to PT from Just Jared. And I would have had more respect for Jennifer when making Cake if she would have researched chronic pain in more depth. Which she didn’t do. Her one claim to research in this movie? Not wearing mascara and how liberating it is. Puhleeze!

    • tmc says:

      *famous critic* is a grand stretch if what GoOnGirl wrote is accurate. And your source for the fact that these other magazines have *banned* her? Just curious. I am assuming this is guesswork.

      I agree tho that she would be Courtney Cox perception-wise (comment elsewhere) if not for the Brad connection but that is not so bad, just different. She would probably be more comfortable with that because I feel like she has bland-ed herself due to excess scrutiny.

      p.s. GoOnGirl, I dont remember reading how she researched the role but she must have, no?

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        GoOnGirl is referring to the UK editor of Vogue stating that she would never have someone like Jennifer Aniston on the cover of Vogue, because she demands copy approval i.e. text and photo. You can extrapolate this to when she was on the US edition of Vogue and said the infamous “Angelina was uncool” quote…that Vogue then put on the cover…..and then she went on Oprah (I believe) and said that “Vogue went tabloid” by putting that on the cover (which, I suppose she should be glad they didn’t put “Jennifer Aniston Describes Cartoon Depiction of Her Pointing a Loaded Gun At Angelina Jolie as ‘the funniest thing I’ve ever seen’ “)……

        You can then extrapolate your ideas from the fact that she has never had a cover and cover story with Vogue, period, after 2008, and after her “divorce interview” with Vanity Fair, she has never had a cover with them either–which is odd because if I’m remembering my gossip lore right, that was the highest selling cover of 2005…..

        So no, I don’t think a ton of magazines have banned her–there are just a few higher tier ones (Vogue and Vanity Fair) that have not given her a cover or cover story since 2008 and 2005 respectively……..they do write articles about her….but no covers.

  12. KikiGee says:

    Yeah, ‘no rules’ just completely neurotic about food (and probably everything else). As someone who loves food, her diet sucks the fun right out of it.
    Sorry – too much caffeine today – leaving b*tchy posts all over the place.

  13. Lucky Charm says:

    Beets should be banned, lol! Although since I’ve discovered there are other more delicious ways to cook Brussel sprouts than just the way my mother did, perhaps I can try some of the suggestions on here for fixing beets.

    • Jaded says:

      Cut them into wedges, toss them in some olive oil, salt and pepper, wrap them in tin foil and roast them in a 325 oven for about an hour and a half or until tender. To serve, sprinkle them with goat cheese, chopped walnuts and watercress – I’m no huge beet lover but they are really tasty this way.

  14. Catelina says:

    I wish someone would ask her why (according to Twitter and other movie news sites) she’s no longer in the movie with De Niro. That won’t happen, but I can’t imagine her walking away from an opportunity like that lightly.

    • BossyKat says:

      DeNiro got his Jennifers mixed up, realized who it was, and said hellz naw!

      • Colette says:

        Deniro- Jennifer Lawrence? Jennifer Lopez? Jennifer Garner?Jennifer Jason Leigh?Jennifer Love Hewitt ? Jennifer Grey
        No, Mr Deniro Jennifer Aniston
        Hell to the No

    • FingerBinger says:

      Actors drop out of films all the time. It’s usually do to scheduling conflicts.

      • Catelina says:

        Eh, maybe but I don’t know. She’s got a relationship with the company doing the movie cinelou and filming is set to be starting next month. She already finished that yellow bird movie and has nothing else work wise in the immediate future that I’m aware of, and like I said, this movie was a big get for someone who is a comedic actress but also wants to be seen as more prestigious, it’s not something she would just walk away from, not if she has any career savvy at all. especially since her casting was made a story in the press.

    • funcakes says:

      I read somewhere that she and the director had conflicting opinions about the direction of the movie. I call BS on that because she no longer carry that kind of weight.

      • Alice too says:

        Isn’t she a partner in the company that is financing it? That would denote a certain amount of “weight” if that is the case, far more so than DeNiro who actually needs the financing or a Director who is being paid by the company. I could be wrong, but someone mentioned that she bought into Cinelou at some point.

      • Lucy2 says:

        Alice is right, she’s got a stake in the company financing it.
        People sign on to films and then leave them all the time, for a variety of reasons.

    • norah says:

      she is doing this pr with yahoo food because she was fired from deniro’s project – and has been replaced double quick by leslie mann- so yeah she needed to distract from that small detail

  15. Rhiley says:

    I am a little perplexed by the zippers on Justin’s hoodie.

  16. lisa2 says:

    I’m not a fan. I will say fine for her to get into other things; but the problem is when you are only seen as pitch woman who is focused on her outside things then how does any of this relate to your career in films. It just seems that all she talks about are her endorsements. I know she is not doing that De niro movie: the Comedian. But again this has become her narrative. And it is not about her actual acting work. She doesn’t have to talk about world issues.. but something different. And for people saying she is only talking about what is asked; that is because she seems to only talk to those kinds of outlets. Reese has a lifestyle brand; but she mainly talks about her projects. Producing Starring.

    it all just gets boring after a time and people don’t view you as an actor anymore.

  17. moot says:

    Anyone else think Aniston missed a billion $ empire opportunity by getting into the lifestyle business before Goop? Seriously. This woman never talks about anything apart from her lifestyle, what she eats, drinks, puts on her face or in her hair, how she smells, how she exercises.

    If she’d had an ounce of ambition, she might’ve been able to pull this off somewhere between Jessica Simpson and Alba’s empire building. Certainly before Goop, and waaaay before Preserve and Draper James. Aniston could’ve coordinated all her business ventures to create a Jen brand that would’ve been lapped up by hordes of mini-vanners and yuppie business women types.

    Missed opportunity. But perhaps she thinks these committed lifestyle side businesses are for less actor-y actors.

  18. jane says:

    I dont hate Angelina Jolie, and Im not exactly an Aniston stan but some of you Jolie-Pitt stand need to stop acting like she’s your lord and saviour and stop being so bloody catty. She gave an interview, do you have to pick apart everything she says??? She hates beets and caviar, thats it. People give interviews all the time which have nothing to do with their career

    • Ciria says:


      The vitriol directed toward her is just weird. It’s not like she had an affair/slept with/married someone’s husband.

      • Ava says:

        No – she just had an affair/slept with/married someone else’s common law partner. Remember Heidi Bivens? The woman who was in a 14 year relationship with Justin – The same woman Justin cheated with Jennifer on for months??

        I always laugh at Jennifer stans conveniently forget that little fact. A relationship is a relationship – married or not.

      • Colette says:

        @Ava Yeah it wasn’t a “real” relationship to them because they weren’t married. But if Justin had cheated on Jen before they were married if would be “Poor Jen 2.0”.

    • Ava says:

      Enough with the constant claim that people who write negative stuff about her highness Aniston are Jolie-Pitt fans.

      There are lots of us who are not fan of Jennifer because of her and her only.

      Have you ever seen some of us comment on any Jolie – Pitt articles? So how can you claim we are Jolie Pitt fans?

      Jennifer stans simply cannot comprehend that there are lots of people out there who doesn’t like Jennifer and it has nothing to do with the Jolie Pitts. Jennifer stans always drags in the Jolie Pitts in arguments to justify something or they always claim any negative comments are from Jolie Pitt fans.

      • norah says:

        I also want to point out that in comparison to other actresses and people jennife aniston is still the same as she was 10 years ago. same outfit same hair same rom com roles – she has not changed at all which is fine but to get some attention she cd have done something more or different and now it is too late – reese w is acting and doing stuff – Sandra same – jlo is acting on tv doing her American idol and moving to vegas for shows – and she is the same age as Jennifer aniston. The point is she is stuck in a rut and there isn’t much help coming her way – she isn’t getting the big projects she isn’t working with a list people and the way she acted last year for cake was embarrassing and still didn’t work – life in hw and in general is about change and Jennifer aniston just hasn’t – she is still Rachel green from friends and that is all – name one single actress who hasn’t branched out – Jessica alba has a very successful company etc – she sd have tried harder for sure

    • SAR says:

      How is calling her boring catty? There are worse things to say about someone! I have heard much worse said about AJ.

      Her fans just can’t deal with people pointing out that a almost 47 year old has nothing of interest to talk about. That their idol is dull & has no hobbies or causes to talk about, just her hair, body, & eating habits.

      • lisa2 says:

        Shhhhhh you are not suppose to point that out. Some of the stuff said on JP threads is beyond gross. But someone calling JA boring or vapid.. is well the worst thing in the world.

        I guess I have grown a much thicker skin. After all if you are a JP fan you have had to deal with far grosser comments for 11 years.

  19. lisa says:

    why cant people say vegetable anymore? it’s not a hard word.

    • EM says:

      Too many syllables for vapid celebrities to contemplate, let alone pronounce. I doubt that these air heads can pronounce fashion house names: Balenciaga, etc.

  20. Danica says:

    Jennifer looks amazing! I love Carli Faith skincare products – best ever!

  21. desertrose says:

    Her arms are enviable.

  22. Sara says:

    I wish she didn’t encourage people to buy water from plastic bottles!

  23. DEB says:

    You NEED good fats in your diet. All these healthy habits … and she smokes, lol. And you can tell by her skin palour now, too.

  24. d says:

    Imo, given that Jennifer’s interviews seem pretty much the same style, I’m going with the theory that the Jennifer we read about in the magazines is a persona and that persona is used to sell her brand and products make her a great deal of money. To me, it’s too consistent to be otherwise. And hey, more power to her, because god forbid you get old and unattractive in this day and age. So if you can make business out of yourself, and have a good life doing so, well, why not. And, I also think the real Jennifer is someone very very few people see, much less know, no matter how many articles are out there…that is the public Jennifer Aniston, not the real private person. And frankly I think this is true of a lot of Hollywood types INCLUDING Brad and Angelina, since it’s brought up. I would bet good money that people would right over if they what many of these actors are really like. Finally, I don’t think it’s necessarily bad that oneuse a public persona….in many places, butno doubt in Hollywood, I think you’d get eaten alive….from a psychological point of view, it’s probably healthy. From a business point of view, it’s smart, esp if public opinion might not work in yourfavour if they knew everything about you…well even from a personal point of view. If everyone knew everything about me, I’d lose my mind…privacy is important psychologically imo. I also think it’s used to hide bad deeds, this comment is too long already….

  25. Sarah01 says:

    Love beets!
    I love all foods I think it’s all depends on the source and the way it’s prepared. oven roasted beets are the best.

  26. bree says:

    There are no ‘boards’ on here, it is open dialogue. Angelina has had things like people wish she had been raped, that her children were raped and died in a crash, said against her, by dangerous Aniston psychos like yourself. Far worse than anything.That PROVES Jolie has had worst said against her, where as Aniston the slimy manipulative snake has had a free ride, so soory to you, nasty ignorant lying troll mimi. Aniston has never been personally attacked like that, so that proves you full of LIES! It is time Aniston was called out for her sociopathic and sick deranged stalking of Angelina and Brad.
    I have come across you before. The fact that you spell Disqus as Disques, proves it. As has been explained to you over and over again, it was proven that account came from a Female Firster. Nothing to do with Angelina. whether you want to admit it or not, whether you like it or not, it was PROVEN Angelina and Brad did not have an affair. Unlike Aniston who *is* the Hollywood town tramp, and who did cheat on Brad proving to be an adulteress whore, and who destroyed many relationships. Might I also remind you that it was Aniston who has mentioned Angelina, NUMEROUS TIMES. Last time, was this time last year, proving Aniston is the *ONLY* one out of the 3 not over it. She is not content to destroy a good woman such as Angelina’s name. She is OBSESSED with STALKING and COAT-TAILING the JPs. Angelina has never, *NOT ONCE* mentioned Aniston’s name. So who is obsessed with whom? Aniston had to have her psycho fans at FF create a fake Disqus (NO ‘e’) acccount to attempt to frame Angelina. But if it were TRUE, it would have been a scandal. The media would have ran with it. But they investigated it and found the account came from an ANISTON FAN AT FF. The fact that Aniston’s plan was foiled, proved it was from Aniston and not Angelina. Facct of the matter is, Aniston is an immoral homewrecking, stalking tramp who is OBSESSED with Angelina, and who has cheated on Brad and homewrecked so many times, and that is a facct and you cannot deny it. No amount of you trying to deflect Aniston’s filthy dirty actions onto Angelina will diminish that. Go back to the psycho haven in FF. You will never win because Aniston who cannot move on from Brad, and is exposed as the psycho single white femaling homewrecking adulteress tramp she is. Just accept it, and develop a moral compass.