Jennifer Aniston Reveals Her Father Doesn’t Take Care Of Himself.
Go to any room and ask if they know Jennifer Aniston. Don’t be surprised if you see only a few hands because all hands will be up when you ask about Rachel Green. That’s how famous Jennifer is for that character that Rachel Green has become synonymous with her real name. Jennifer recently revealed that her father is not at all into fitness and taking care of his body. She said, “It’s about just knowing what you put inside your body, exercising — my father, never, ever — they didn’t know you could keep your bones strong, never mind being fit and fitting into a size-whatever.”
Jennifer Aniston Wants To Live Her 100s With The Energy In Her 20s
For Jennifer, age is just a number. Unlike her dad, she is very much into keeping herself fit, and this could be seen from the amazing figure she has maintained over the years. Even after reaching 51, she has more energy than most of the teenagers out there. She revealed that when she goes past 100, she would want to be fit, healthy, and energetic. She said, “I’m going to be in my 80s or 90s or maybe now even my 100s at this rate, and I don’t want to be wheeling around. I would like to be vibrant and thriving.”
What Was It Like For Jennifer Aniston To Shoot For The Morning Show
No one thought Jennifer Aniston could make an impression with another character considering how amazing she was in Friends. However, she proved everyone wrong with her new series, The Morning Show. It also had Reese Witherspoon who played Jill, Rachel’s sister in one of the episodes of Friends. The show received both critical and commercial acclaim. Talking about her experience, Jennifer said, “That show was 20 years of therapy wrapped into 10 episodes.
What Is Jennifer Aniston’s The Morning Show All About
The Morning Show is a drama web series on Apple TV. It shows how the life of a morning show host Alex Levy (Jennifer) changes when her personal life becomes a public affair. Talking about the whole feeling of shooting the show, she said, “There were times when I would read a scene and feel like a whole manhole cover was taken off my back.”