Jen will be in the February issue of Allure and they have released some great photos and some unexpected comments.
On “The Rachel”, created by Jen’s hairstylist and friend Chris McMillan:
“I love Chris but he’s the bane of my existence because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look,” she remembered. “How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen.”
On beating Chris McMillan with the blow-dryer:“[McMillan] thinks I’m a closet hairdresser,” said the actress. “I’ll take the hair-dryer right out of his hands. He’ll kill me for saying this, but I’ve surpassed him in that department: I’m faster with the blow-dryer.”
On The Bachelor: “You know what I find fascinating? The Bachelor. I was mesmerized by how these girls, they meet this guy, they have three dates together or something, and they’re weeping as though they’ve just lost the love of their life. I don’t understand that.”
“My friends and I were in Atlanta, and we went to this restaurant. My one friend is ordering, you know, sweetbreads with foie gras, the bone-marrow pasta, the buffalo tortellini, and I’m like, ‘This just doesn’t quite do it for me.’ You won’t see me ordering pheasant or rabbit. You know what I’ve just started to really love lately is Brussels sprouts. Usually, Brussels sprouts smell like feet to me. But these were sliced and sautéed and really yummy. I’m going to make that.”
On pushing the limit stylewise: “I’ve been glammed up; I’ve been glammed down, which is really more me,” says the actress. “I didn’t wear mascara in [my new movie] Just Go With It. It’s fun to transform a little bit—what do I have to lose?”
Allure is out January 25th
Jen stars with Adam Sandler in ‘Just Go For It’ on February 11th.
For the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar, Jen switched the sides and questioned her Just Go With It co-star Nicole Kidman.
The two actresses, who have known each other for over five years now, talked about Nicole’s life with her dreamboat Keith Urban, her daughter Sunday Rose and the rural life in Nashville, Tennessee.
When it comes to the ‘true love or a great career’ question, the two agree immediately that great success can’t be everything in life.
We also learn that if Jennifer could turn back time she would live her life with more fun and with less unnecessary angst.
It’s an interesting interview between two talented women and we can look forward to seeing these two on the big screen together.
Just Go With It will be released on February 11, 2011.
We have word today that Jennifer Aniston will be featured on this year’s edition of the Forbes Celebrity 100, the annual ranking of the most powerful celebrities in movies, television, sports and publishing.
The list comes out on Monday, June 28 at 6 PM but no word on where Jen landed this year.
Jen came in 26th this year down from 8 last year. Still not too shabby…
People magazine’s Most beautiful issue hits newsstands today and Jennifer is among those chosen. Way to go Jen! We knew it all along.
“I feel beautiful when I’m laughing and surrounded by friends that know me and love me and vice versa,” says Aniston, who celebrated her 41st birthday in February with good pals Courteney Cox and Sheryl Crow in Mexico. “A good body scrub and massage do the trick as well.”
PEOPLE’s World’s Most Beautiful issue on news stands today.
On her love of British comedy:
“I so love the British sense of humour – I was obsessed with Benny Hill and Monty Python as a child. Oh my god, and I am so hooked on Ricky Gervais.”
On her fans being upset by her racy roles:
“With Derailed [a dark action thriller opposite Clive Owen], I loved being racy. Love it…But people couldn’t cope with me being involved in rape and murder.”
On her rebirth:
“The last five years have been about spring cleaning for me. Now it’s time for my rebirth. I love trying new things. I can’t just be put in a box.”
On the power of women:
“I grew up admiring strong women like journalist Barbara Walters and super-agent Sue Mengers, who represented Ali McGraw. But now look where we’ve got to as women. We’ve had a woman run for President. There is nothing like our power.”
“I could do it, and I mean these lines are getting deeper every day, but when I tell you what’s happened to me – these lines are just about living. Look I eat really well and I work out, but I also indulge when I want to. I don’t starve myself in an extremist way. You’re not taking away my coffee or my dairy or my glass of wine because I’d be devastated. My advice: just stop eating Bulldodo every day.”
On her fellow Hollywood leading ladies:
“I love what Drew Barrymore is doing with directing. It’s so much about a rebirth for her, and I love it when people are living in the now, like her. I hate it when people look back and regret what they haven’t got. That’s how I feel about my own life now. And my God, let’s talk about how much I love Demi Moore as well. What kind of Kool-Aid is she drinking?”