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Jennifer Aniston Denies Baby Food Diet

Oh Snap: Jennifer Aniston Responds to Baby Food Allegations

Last week the blogosphere went crazy with claims that Jennifer Aniston was put on a baby food diet by trainer Tracy Anderson to get in shape for her role in Just Go With It. And in an even stranger turn, it was being reported that Jen felt so insecure next to costar Brooklyn Decker that she flew her longtime trainer, Mandy Ingber, out to Hawaii to be with her on set. In what can only be described in "no duh" terms, it turns out that all of these claims are nothing but pure malarkey. When People asked Jen what was up with her baby food diet, she responded: "Sorry, but the last time I had baby food, I believe I was 1. I've been on solids for about 40 years now."

Adding to the heap is that People is reporting that Jen has never worked "directly" with trainer Tracy Anderson (despite Jen being listed as a client on Tracy's website) and that the actress finds the whole baby food thing to be nothing but "strange." As far as Jen's trainer being on set with her, that seems to be nothing but fluff too. Jen's spokesman, Stephen Huvane, told ABC News that yes, Jen works with Mandy year-round but "has not specifically flown her in to Hawaii after seeing Brooklyn Decker." Judging from Mandy's Twitter account, we'd have to agree — the yoga instructor has been in Southern California and NYC for the last few weeks.

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inlove23 inlove23 5 years
haha. good point Ceej and Runningesq. Honestly though, I would defiantly be intimidated by Brooklyn, but I know Jennifer isn't dumb enough to fall for the baby food diet.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
LOL @ Aniston's reply. I like it.
runningesq runningesq 5 years
Exactly, Ceej. It's like people don't want to believe that a woman can be single and happy.
michlny michlny 5 years
I can't believe people actually believed it in the first place....
lemuse20 lemuse20 5 years
Even if she did eat baby food, would she say so?? I don't think anyone would.
ceej ceej 5 years
Of course it's all rubbish but what makes a better story? 41 year old woman, works out, eats well, has lots of friends, is happy and working all the time in a really tough profession that spits women out at a rate of knots. Or Sad, desperate old woman, lonely, obsessed with ex, clinging onto her youth, eats babyfood and spends thousands on flying in her trainer in attempt to keep up with much younger co star.
Spectra Spectra 5 years
I kind of figured Jen had more sense than that, so I didn't believe it when I heard she was on the baby food thing. I do think that a baby-food diet would definitely be a Tracy Anderson-thing to say, though. That woman is insane.
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