Why You Should Love Jennifer Aniston
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Why You Should Love Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston is proof that not every celebrity ends up going down the wrong path.

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Why You Should Love Jennifer Aniston
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It seems that it is becoming more and more common for celebrities to become caught up in their celebrity lifestyle. Think about how many celebrities of all ages have gone from decent role models to rehab or botox real fast, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Lindsey Lohan, Charlie Sheen, the list could go on and on.

Jennifer has had her fair share of boy drama, but one thing I still idolize about her to this day is the fact that she has never become hooked on drugs, alcohol, or botox and she is almost 50 years old. She is one of the few female celebrities that started her acting career young and never went down the wrong path.

Not only has Aniston maintained a normal, healthy lifestyle but she is an amazing actress. We all know she earned most of her fame while playing the role of Rachel Green in the famous sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S. From there she is well known for starring in many comedy, romance movies such as Just Go With It, Horrible Bosses, We're the Millers, or Ferris Bueller. Aniston can go from playing the funny, "fake ex-wife" role in Just Go With It, to the naughty, slutty boss role in Horrible Bosses, back to the innocent "fake mom" role in We're The Millers. She is so talented it is crazy. I personally have never seen a movie or TV show where I thought Aniston failed at playing her character.

In addition to being a great actress Aniston sure has great taste in men. She was once known for being married to the famous, dreamy Brad Pitt for five years. After that whole phenomenon went down she gets lucky again with snagging handsome Justin Theroux. It seems women of any age find Brad Pitt 'good looking', so kudos to Aniston for marrying that handsome hunk.

Anyone who keeps up with celebrity gossip would know that another reason Aniston is so idolized is because she is almost 50, yet has the body of a 25-year-old. We all want to know her secret, is it what she eats, or does she have some secret workout plan that only she knows of. It is probably a combination of those, but either way, she is in amazing shape for her age. Myself, along with many others I'm sure pray that by the time we turn 50 we can be as wrinkle-less as Aniston is. She has proven to women all over the world that eating right, not getting into drugs and alcohol, and proper exercise can lead to great end results. After all, PEOPLE magazine named Aniston " The Most Beautiful Woman" of 2004 and 2016, that says something.

Thank you, Jennifer Aniston, for remaining sane throughout your celebrity life and being the amazing actress you are.


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