Jennifer Aniston: Justin Theroux is So Much Better Than Brad Pitt!
Jennifer Aniston went from pathetic and whiny to … endearing?
Can someone please explain when that happened?
Don’t get us wrong — we’re not Jolie fans … Angelina is the anti-Christ, after all.
But Aniston … she’s been simply tooth-grinding for the longest time.
However, it looks like, at the age of 47 years old, Jen’s turning things around.
In a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Aniston revealed some deep feelings about husband Justin Theroux, and talked about her op-ed which slammed the media for claiming she was pregnant.
Aniston told the comedian-turned-talk show host, “My husband, who’s been away for almost a year surprised me on Thanksgiving, came home from Germany.”
You know that she was simply itching to use the “my husband” term, right?
She continued, and claimed that Theroux told her that his professional schedule was too busy to accommodate a family Thanksgiving, but there’s more!
“Everyone came to the house and no one really understood that Justin was not going to be there,” she explained.
“You just saw everyone’s face start to fall. The whole room was depressed.”
“I was like, ‘Guys, I’m here!’ ” she laughed.
“Everyone was just very somber and next thing you know, turkey walks in, and there was another turkey holding that turkey and that was my hubby,” Jen revealed.
Pretty adorable, right?
People — ahem — might give Aniston a lot of flak, but she seems a whole hell of a lot more well-adjusted than former drug-addict Angelina Jolie … even if she is irritating as all get-out.
Further, she revealed to DeGeneres that the epic Aniston Body-Shaming Rant was not intended to go viral.
(Oh, girl, you were doing so well up to that point — so well.)
She revealed, “I [wrote] it at first, really, just for myself. I had kind of hit a wall.”
“I was pretty raw at the time — we had just come back from vacation,” Aniston explained.
“My mother, she passed; we as women do a lot of incredible things in this world other than just procreate. And not that that is not [incredible], but they just get boxed in.”
“[The tabloids] love the narrative, they love the story,” she continued.
“We have to stop listening to [tabloids], and we have to stop buying them. Because we have to support each other, especially at this time … it’s up to us, what makes us happy and fulfilled.”
Well, fat chance of that happening, girl, but yes, it is up to us to be happy and fulfilled.
Real life isn’t Sesame Street, but it shouldn’t be Fight Club, either.
No Brad Pitt correlation intended … of course.