Jennifer Aniston is making the news for doing what she does best: being herself. According to People.com, the actress is getting characteristic praise from her co-star in the movie “Wanderlust”. Malin Akerman, of “Couples Retreat” fame, is telling the world how fabulous Aniston is, confirming what every other actor who has worked with her has already stated.
My question is, if Aniston is so appealing to men and women alike, why has she not found someone to spend her life with? We keep hearing from other celebrities what a wonderful, down-to-earth, easygoing person she is, but it seems to be impossible for her to find Mr. Right. Even Akerman is doing her bidding for her, saying “Guys, get out there! Nab her!” (people.com).
As a high-profile star, Jennifer may have difficulty meeting the right kind of men with the right kind of intentions. But, it’s certainly not unfeasible. If Prince William can find a life partner, Jennifer Aniston should be able to, especially if she is as “perfect” as her fellow “friends” say she is. One starts to wonder if maybe there is a flaw to her personality. Sometimes, being everyone’s friend can create a stereotype that you’re just good at being…a friend.
I wish the woman well. She deserves another chance at love, and she doesn’t seem to be choosing the right men for the job (John Mayer anyone?). When she and Brad Pitt split up, I was rooting for her. I thought it unfair that her man was taken away from her. But, enough time has passed for her to give it another shot.
If being single is the way she wants it, more power to her. After all, she did replace the men’s bath in her home with a spa bath (people.com). But, if that is the case, her new friends shouldn’t be appealing to the general public on her behalf. Let the woman live the way she wants to live. And, please, stop telling everyone how amazing she is. We already know!
Shruti Dhalwala, “Jennifer Aniston’s New Costar Really, Really Likes Her”, People.com
David Caplan, “Jennifer Aniston Remodels Home for the Single Life”, People.com