Jennifer aniston who is she dating
But Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this made-up dating claim.
We’re told the story is completely “bogus.” According to , Aniston’s friends are “itching to set her up with a new man.” A so-called “source” tells the tabloid that the actress’s matchmakers, including Ellen De Generes, Amy Schumer, Jimmy Kimmel and Courteney Cox, have “already started talking about eligible bachelors.” “Most of the guys they’re thinking of are businessmen, CEOs of companies.
It had been almost 13 years since her first marriage to that other guy ended in divorce. "I think it's a narrative that follows you because it's an interesting headline.
Aniston and Theroux announced today that they separated at the end of last year. Above all, we are determined to maintain the deep respect and love that we have for one another."Yes, there had been speculation that they were having problems—but there had always been speculation that they were having problems, ever since they started dating and proceeded to confuse people by not being joined at the hip.
Second, while the publication now claims the “Friends” star “doesn’t want kids,” it spent years spreading false pregnancy stories about her.
See a screengrab of the untruthful headlines below.
Third, it’s hardly revelatory to note Aniston doesn’t need a man for financial support and that she has an “amazing circle of friends.” Her wealth has been well-documented over the years, and earlier this month .
Most people aren’t ready to immediately date after getting out of a long-term relationship.
Than being the boring couple that has "nothing new to report."No drama, no outrage, no maniacally rocking boat—, which was co-written by Theroux."I thought he was very sweet and he was always very nice," Aniston told Pop Sugar in February 2012, six months before Theroux proposed on his birthday. At first you think he could be like a serial killer, but he is actually the nicest person in the world." (Maybe she recognized him from his role as one of the smarmy suits in , playing the bearded, free-lovin' hippie to Aniston and Paul Rudd's straight-laced urbanites.These problems exist because the website doesn’t actually have a legitimate “source,” but the blog wanted to try to exploit the current high interest in the actress anyway. Jennifer Aniston’s friends already want to set her up, but not with anyone famous, contends a new tabloid report.The sheer amount of resources being spent right now by press trying to simply uncover whether or not I am pregnant (for the bajillionth time...but who's counting) points to the perpetuation of this notion that women are somehow incomplete, unsuccessful, or unhappy if they're not married with children."There's always a tipping point.Sadly, the couple announced their separation on Thursday, saying it "was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year." While Jen has made headlines for her past relationships, she has also served as an inspiration for women and will forever be one of the shining examples of resiliency after a bad breakup.Look back at the famous men who have been "more than friends" with the beloved actress.Because the movie didn't come out until 2012, a lot of people think they started dating on the set of the movie, but it still took almost another year before they became a devoted item.Everyone kinda knew that they were dating for a few months, but once they showed up at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards after-party together (and took photos and everything), there was no doubt."Having experienced everything you in early 2012.There’s a chef, too, and some Silicon Valley executives,” adds the vague and phony sounding “source.” After rattling off the names of husbands Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux, and ex-boyfriends Vince Vaughn and John Mayer, the magazine maintains the former “Friends” star has “had her fill of celebrities, and her pals think she could find lasting happiness with someone who’s not famous.” “Her friends believe she should have someone who can come home to her at night,” asserts the purported “insider.” Having been supposedly jealous of Theroux’s flirtatious behavior, Aniston’s buddies allegedly want to fix her up with a “self-assured non-celeb.” Well, let Gossip Cop assure you none of Aniston’s pals shared any of this with the tabloid.Whether the magazine manufactured this tall tale on its own or received its information from an unreliable “source,” the claims are wrong.