Topic: Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston is clearly a hyper privileged woman with a lot of moola to ease whatever might plague her. But I don’t know how she has managed to weather nearly a decade of press-sanctioned uterus inspection. The Reigning Queen of Pregnancy Rumors, a position that I’m about 73 percent sure that she did not apply for, still manages to keep a smile on her face as the public practically WILLS a baby into her body. In promoting her new film We’re The Millers, Aniston briefly addressed her barren reputation. And let me tell you, she was way nicer than I think I could ever be to a parade of journalists wanting me to give them the bi-monthly womb update. More
You’re not the only one who had cool friends you actually saw on a fairly regular basis in a pre-kids life. Once upon a time, Melissa Etheridge used to shoot the shit with Brad Pitt. Then they had kids. And then in her words “POOF.” Playdates did not happen, I guess. More
Ladies, you can never start planning for that post-baby body too early!
Better schedule all that stretch-mark removal and plastic surgery appointments around the first trimester. Take a page from Jennifer Aniston, who OK! magazine is alleging is not only pregnant but seriously planning ahead to be a postpartum bombshell thanks to a slew of procedures. Get those breast augmentations on the books STAT, mommies! More
The standard tell tale signs of celebrity pregnancies aren’t just degrading — they’re usually completely nonsensical. We’re supposed to think women in the limelight are pregnant for every flowy top, stomach touch, and “pregnant face” some paparazzi happens to snap an image of. And the list of derogatory phrases for the “post-baby body” aren’t that sweet either.
The unfortunateÂ reigningÂ queen of pregnancy rumors, Ms. Jennifer Aniston herself, is once again cluing the press into her hypothetical pregnancy. Allegedly. The woman who seriously could have been pregnant 10 times over based on the tabloids’ assessment of her every skin fold was photographed arriving at the Jimmy Kimmel studios. And just like the press tried to make a thing out of Kate Middleton‘s “pregnant face,” they’ve moved right on to our old pregnancy rumor veteran Jen. More
For the second week in a row, tabloids have decided that Mila Kunis is the next celebrity pregnancy rumor. Suddenly I’m asking myself, “Is Mila the next Jennifer Aniston?” More
I can not imagine how odd it is to see magazines covers screaming about your pregnancy every week for years. Especially when you aren’t actually pregnant. Honestly, think of standing in the supermarket and buying a bottle of wine while a rack of mags announce that you’re with child. Talk about awkward. And yet, I suppose that Jennifer Aniston has gottenÂ accustomedÂ to the experience. After all, it seems like some rag or another is talking about her imaginary baby bump at least once a month.
In Touch proudly proclaims that Teen Mom Catelynn Lowell, who gave her first daughter up for adoption, is pregnant again! “This Time We’re Keeping Our Baby!” reads the headline. Papa don’t preach. Except, Catelynn Lowell isn’t pregnant.
“Miley – The Next Teen Mom?” asks Star, who at least bothered to frame it as question. They claim that the newly engaged Miley Cyrus is really just trying to rush to alter before she pops out a cousin for India Rose. Their source claims that the teen isÂ â€ścomplaining of exhaustion, mood swings and nausea,â€ť which no one has ever experienced outside of pregnancy. As Cyrus’s own mother confirms, Miley is not prengnat.
And when it comes to Jennifer Aniston, let’s not even count the number of times she’s had to deal with false pregnancy announcements. I think a picture is worth a thousand words here. More
Celebrity reproduction is a huge industry. With websites devoted to Hollywood pregnancy and starlet offspring, celebs are constantly pressured to explain their choices about having children. We here at Mommyish feel pretty sympathetic towards these celebrities, because hey, awkward questions suck! Unfortunately, actresses like Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz seem to be regularly harassed about the contents of their uterus and just when they’re going to procreate. Even though it shouldn’t be asked, I have to admit that these stars handled the question well. Here’s what they had to say. More
I’m not a big Jennifer Aniston fan, but even I take issue with the tabloid-narrative of her career. The 90s icon and The Good Girl star granted has made quite a few questionable films in recent years — all of the romantic comedy variety in which she’s made to wear a tight dress and make awkward faces into the camera. But since her career has taken a turn for perhaps more lighter roles, magazines and gossip sites have become obsessed with feeling sorry for her, specifically because she doesn’t have a baby or a husband. More
People are still chiming in about Beyonce‘s big baby news and while the performer’s announcement may have broken Twitter records, her decision to unveil her pregnancy in such a public way is spurring even more conversations about how female celebrities respond to pregnancy. Slate recently discussed Beyonce’s announcement in relation to many other celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, and how being a pregnant woman instantly gives the press permission to examine their bodies. More