Last week we showed you a bright and bubbly Jennifer Aniston on the cover of the 140th anniversary issue of Harper's Bazaar, and now the magazine reveals an alternate close up, just as gorgeous, sultry-looking cover shot. In the article Jennifer gets real about her life and her career, both past and present. Here are highlights:
- On her previous movie roles in The Good Girl and in Friends with Money:
“I like those roles. I feel comfortable with them. They’re more real. People can say, ‘Oh, I have relatives like that, I dated a guy like that, or I have a friend like that.’ They’re relatable.”
- On a possible move to New York:
“I can actually visualize it again, for some reason. I don’t know, I’m just tired of Los Angeles. In New York, you’re not just in that same car, looking at that same dashboard, driving down the same street.”
- On Friends:
"I don't think anybody thought Friends would become what it did. It's all good, though. It's nothing but blessings. But seriously, who actually dances in a fountain?"
It may not have been the most realistic scenario in the world, but we will always have a soft spot for our fountain-dancing Friends. That said, we are definitely looking forward to all of the new projects that Jennifer has in the works.