Jennifer Aniston Reveals Her Past Fertility Struggles and Says She Went Through Several Unsuccessful Rounds Of IVF
Jennifer Aniston (yes, that’s Jennifer Aniston) covers the December issue of Allure. So that’s where my Chanel coasters went! In the interview, 53-year-old Jennifer opened up about her struggles with fertility and several failed IVF treatments in her 30s and 40s. Jen has come to terms with the fact that “the ship has sailed,” but admits she was hurt by the media painting her as a selfish, career-minded woman who refused to give Brad Pitt a child. She says it was “absolute lies,” and, at this point in her life, she doesn’t have anything else to hide. Then take the coasters off those titties and free the nipple, Jen!
Matthew Perry has been very open about his struggles with addiction during and after his tenure as one of the highest-paid actors on television. And although at one point, each cast member was making $1 million per episode, Matthew admits that what he made for nine episodes funded his many attempts at getting sober. But in a moment of life imitating art, the opening theme song wasn’t just a bunch of words that either excite or annoy folks who hear it. During his struggles, Matthew says the entire cast was there for him, but Jennifer Aniston was the one who basically pulled him to the side and said, “Seems like you’re stuck in second gear, honey.” And that was when he realized his addiction issues were no longer a secret to anyone around him.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show is over. Not with a bang, but a whimper (from Ellen DeGeneres’ traumatized PAs). The series finale aired today, and, as previously announced, the final guest was Jennifer Aniston. Jenn has been on the show 20 times and was Ellen’s first guest ever, so it was a real full circle moment. The two reflected on that initial 2003 interview, and Ellen asked how Jenn dealt with Friends ending in 2004. Jenn joked, “I got a divorce and went into therapy.” Portia De Rossi, I hope you have an escape plan that involves a suitcase full of diamonds and a tell-all manuscript entitled, “No Eye Contact, Please: Sleeping With The Queen of Mean”.
I remember a time when Ellen DeGeneres was America’s second-favorite dancing queen behind ABBA until it came to light that her real favorite type of dance is stomping over her staff’s feelings with mean words. Of course, she immediately began to shimmy her way through the allegations with apologies, but they all fell upon deaf ears and ultimately led to her long-running talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show getting a complete re-tooling in the form of a goodbye! Although she’s still trying to convince us she’s the same lovable, rhythmless dancing fool she was of days passed we no longer buy that act anymore. So in an attempt to get people to watch her sinking ship one last time, Ellen announced one of her final guests will be her very first guest, Jennifer Aniston.
There was a time when it felt like you couldn’t so much as glance at a tabloid next to a cash register at the grocery store without seeing the headline: JENNIFER ANISTON PREGNANT WITH MIRACLE TRIPLETS! 52-year-old Jennifer Aniston has never had a kid, but some people really wanted to see her holding a bald, miniature Rachel Green in her arms on the cover of People magazine. That kind of constant pressure wasn’t a fun addition to Jennifer Aniston’s life, and she recently told The Hollywood Reporter that the pregnancy headlines were annoying.
That dirty piece of trash known as cancer has popped up yet again, this time taking the life of Friends actor, James Michael Tyler, who was best known as the seventh friend–the King of the Central Perk coffeehouse–Gunther. The 59-year-old had battled prostate cancer for years before dying this past Sunday and the cast paid tribute to their former co-worker.