Aniston lashes out at Jolie

Jennifer AnistonAngelina JolieJennifer Aniston is reopening old wounds in the Aniston/Jolie feud. In the December issue of Vogue, Aniston, 39, she gives a searing condemnation to the Changeling star saying, “What Angelina did was very uncool.” This comment came after Angelina Jolie admitted to the media that she and Pitt “fell in love” during the making of Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2004, despite previously claiming their romance started after filming. A source reports that Aniston has never been this candid in an interview and these comments about Jolie shows that she is no longer afraid of her. Aniston also opens up about her unusual relationship with her parents, and intimate secrets about her romantic life.

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  1. tributegirl • November 11, 2008 @ 2:27 PM

    I’m sure it was a very rough time for Jennifer, but it was quite awhile ago, hopefully she will soon be able to heal and move on.

  2. popculture girl • November 11, 2008 @ 3:18 PM

    Why the heck would Aniston be afraid of Jolie. That’s crazy! I highly doubt she was ever afraid of the woman.

  3. aniston jolie • November 11, 2008 @ 4:44 PM

    jolie would beat her down….and i’d love to watch

  4. Whatever • November 11, 2008 @ 6:21 PM

    im glad she’s speaking out now. i dont think she was afraid, just hurt and shocked at how her world came crashing down in the blink of an eye.

    i like brad pitt and angelina jolie but they could have done things a lot better concerning jennifer aniston.
    what he did was very uncool too.

  5. ke • November 12, 2008 @ 1:38 AM

    i really don;t think jolie or pitt would have done anything distasteful. if she and brad became attracted to each other and perhaps even fell in love during filming, well, that’s hardly something you can help now is it? i don’t they would have acted on it if it wasn;t time. and it was aniston who filed for divorce. it wasn’t pitt wanting to get rid off her. but i like both women altho jolie has a much better resume and good-deeds record.

  6. Jo-Anne. • November 12, 2008 @ 10:27 AM

    and are you surprised Aniston filed for divorce? “it wasn’t Pitt wanting to get rid of her” – are you suggesting Pitt would have stayed with her and continued his whatever it was with Jolie had she not divorced him?

  7. Nancy • November 12, 2008 @ 10:33 AM

    Normally, my honest opinion on this article would be about equivalent with Jo-Anne’s. Then again, ke “is such a breath of fresh air” and I am axiously awaiting her reply, of course!

    Too funny, Bubbles!! 😀

  8. My own opinion • November 12, 2008 @ 10:46 AM

    I don’t think the phrases “lashes out” and “searing condemnation” are supported by what is reported in the story. The only quote is that What Angelina did was very uncool (and it is not clear if this is refering to the fact that they ‘fell in love’ during filming, or that she is now admitting it after previously denying it.) That in itself sounds like a very reasonable and responsible response to a broken marriage. (But perhaps she should have said what the BOTH did was uncool.)

    As for the statement by ke that it can’t be helped that they fell in love, I don’t really agree with that. Unless Pitt was already “out of love” with Aniston, then he should not be getting in a situation where he can fall in love with someone else. Only speaking from my own experience, falling in love does not just happen that easily — you have to be open to it, and pursue it. If he was still in love with Aniston, then he should not have allowed this to happen. If he was not in love with her, then they shouldn’t have been together. The idea that you stay with someone until/unless someone better comes along is not the proper basis for a relationship.

    Of course we probably may never know the truth behind all that happened, (and we shouldn’t, since we don’t have a right to it).

    As a sidebar, I find it interesting that whenever the issue of someone’s sexual preference arises, there is often commentary of “it isn’t anyone’s business what someone does in their own bedroom.” Yet for a heterosexual relationship, whenever there is gossip about what is going on, the prurient interest is rarely frowned upon.

  9. Jo-Anne. • November 12, 2008 @ 11:10 AM

    That is extremely well put above, “My own Opinion” and heartily agree with all your points.

  10. ke • November 12, 2008 @ 1:51 PM

    my opinion is that a genuine connection with a person is something that happens. not something you can create. i understand that you have to give it room/space/chance to grow but jolie and pitt were working on a movie side by side for who knows how long. i’m sure they would’ve had some intimate conversations about each others’ lives or whatnot. i actually think that maybe aniston and pitt had had problems before jolie. even if just a small one. i really don;t think pitt or jolie would’ve done anything wrong. they probably would’ve tried to stay as honest as possible. they don’t seem like other insensitive celebs who go for it because they want to or because they can. and yes aniston might’ve filed partly because of this but probably not solely.

  11. ke • November 12, 2008 @ 1:58 PM

    oh and also regarding this quote “The idea that you stay with someone until/unless someone better comes along is not the proper basis for a relationship.” – i obviously don;t know what really happened but my theory is that aniston and pitt were already at that stage where they’re falling out of love but then he goes and meets jolie and they have a connection and so then people specualtes that ‘oh it’s because of her’. maybe they were already out of love and heading towards divorce but then this other woman comes along which makes aniston wonder/suspicious… maybe its all bad timing. just saying…

  12. marvel man • November 12, 2008 @ 2:17 PM

    I hardly find the quote “what Angelina did was very cool” worth the headline “Aniston lashes out at Jolie.” Are you kidding me? Aniston is right, it was super uncool but I would hardly call it “lashing out” or a “searing condemnation.” Please! Don’t try and over-hype this. It’s been a long time coming for Aniston to speak out honestly about what happened. It’s been 4 long years, and it appears to me that she may not be completely over it. It’s a rough thing to go through. Having your marriage fall apart, your ex-husband move on so quickly and then to have to watch him and Jolie have so many (beautiful) children. I would expect that when most couples separate and get divorced they would rather not see each other. And considering that 95% of headlines these days are all about Brad and Angie it must be hard for Aniston to completey move on. I really feel for her and I hope that one day she finds what she’s looking for. I just know that she can do better than John Mayer! Come on, Jen! Pull it together, honey!

  13. jc • November 12, 2008 @ 7:14 PM

    jen be a woman and move on! instead of blaming angelina, she should be blaming herself…obviously she and brad split because love was missing

  14. ozzie mom • November 12, 2008 @ 9:27 PM

    Did Jennifer, see “mr & mrs smith”? the chemistry between was amazing, also he wanted kids and as far as we know she didn’t.
    so just let it go.

  15. Nancy • November 12, 2008 @ 9:59 PM

    She did let it go. Brad and Angie denied that it started during Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Then Angie did an interview in 2007 saying something about not being able to wait to go to work every morning so she could see Brad…and THAT is what Jen said was “uncool” of Angie to be talking about!

  16. Liza • November 13, 2008 @ 10:12 AM

    My opinion…why did they feel the need to lie? I think everybody knew what a couple of liars they were being. They sure got together quick after the announcement of Jen/Brad’s divorcing. This isn’t surprising coming from Angelina, this is her style. But, they think there one big happy family…they won’t be together long either. Why does Angelina feel the need to continue talking about it? She has him for the time being, enjoy it while it lasts!! LOL!!

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