In the January issue of GQ, Jennifer posed on the cover wearing nothing but a man’s tie to match her birthday suit. After seeing her cover, Playboy’s head, Hugh Hefner, said , “Is it just me or is Jennifer Aniston getting hotter?…Never seen her in this light before.” Whoa, easy there sparky! But according to a Playboy spokesperson, Hef just had to ask if he could have her for his mag and offered her $4 million plus a bonus for sales that could earn her up to $10 million if she agreed to pose nude! Wow, I can barely get a dude to buy me a drink before we get nekkid. However, All American Aniston doesn’t literally want to be a “Girl Next Door.” So, she turned Hef down, even though she told GQ “Yes” for a heck of a lot less dough. Alas, the cougar has decided to keep her clothes on, this time. But maybe she should reconsider, after all, that’s a whole lot of neck ties, Jen. [Celebrity Smack] Keep reading »
We’ve already read about the real resolutions celebrities have made for 2009, but we can think of more than a few who need some suggestions. After the jump, New Year’s resolutions 12 celebrities SHOULD be making. Keep reading »
The New York Times‘ Sunday Style section had a story about the celebs who need a makeover in the next year — from Brad Pitt to Madonna, Guy Trebay says these stars need total life makeovers in 2009. So with that in mind, which star do you think is most need of a major overhaul in 2009? [NY Times] Keep reading »
To a certain degree, it’s easy to blame Jennifer Aniston for the fact that NO ONE is actually talking about her movie, “Marley & Me,” when she makes TV talk show appearances. But then again, it’s pretty easy to blame the news anchors, as well, who seem utterly incapacitated when it comes to doing their jobs, in the wake of her sexy GQ cover shoot and willingness to talk about Brangelina. Witness this super awkward interview with “The Early Show”‘s Harry Smith, who presents Aniston with a bow tie to pose in next time around. Gross, old man! Keep reading »
It’s been nearly four years since Brad Pitt left Jennifer Aniston and took up with his “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” costar Angelina Jolie. Yet in 2008, one’s alliance with Team Aniston or Jolie has been perhaps as important a statement as being on Team Obama or McCain.
“People are fascinated because many have personally experienced a similar scenario,” clinical social worker Armena Walsh explains. “Having one’s heart broken or being involved in breaking a heart is something people relate to. An obvious draw to this situation is how public the heartbreak was. It’s an issue people have attached moral values to.”
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Jennifer Aniston has been all over the place lately to promote her upcoming movie “Marley & Me,” and she’s been talking about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wherever she goes. Aniston will stop by “Good Morning America” tomorrow. Do you think she’ll end up talking about Brad and Angelina? Keep reading »