Fluff: Jennifer Aniston on Brad Pitt years: 'I needed therapy.'





1. Jennifer Aniston: ‘I needed therapy.’

So Jennifer Aniston threw a dinner party at her house and let We’re the Millers co-star Jason Sudeikis, 37, interview her for Glamour magazine and casually mentioned that she should’ve had therapy around the time she was married to Brad Pitt.

On the advice she’d give herself in her thirties (Aniston was 36 when her marriage to Pitt ended) she said:

“Thirties. Go to therapy. Clean up all of the shit. Clean up all of the toxins and the noise,” Aniston said. “Understand who you are. Educate yourself on the self.”

She added, “You can undo a lot of things. If you’re not happy, you can become happy. Happiness is a choice. That’s the thing I really feel. Like with friends who refuse to get happy, who refuse to rise above the discomfort of where they’re at.”

“It’s almost like your character Rose from We’re the Millers,” Sudeikis said of Aniston’s stripper character in We’re the Millers. “‘This is all I deserve’ kind of thinking. It’s like, no, you deserve . . .”

“You actually deserve to have a family,” Aniston chimed in. “And once you meet yourself, and truly love yourself, then you attract that. And look — I mean, the two of us have found these two, beautiful, loving, open people.”

And on her eating regime for her character We’re the Millers, Aniston says she owes it all to kale.
“I was on a very like, you know, greens and vegetables and lean proteins and kale. When I really wanted to have a cheat day I had to have a kale chip,” Aniston says.
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3. Robin Thicke: “It’s actually a feminist movement in itself.” Say WHAT?

In an interview on the US Today Show, hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie spoke to Robin Thicke about how his controversial hit Blurred Lines has been widely debated for objectifying women. And just wait until you hear what he’s said now.

“I think that’s what great art does. It’s supposed to stir conversation, it’s supposed to make us talk about what’s important and what the relationship between men and women is, but if you listen to the lyrics it says ‘That man is not your maker’ — it’s actually a feminist movement within itself,” Thicke said.


Oh, no he didn’t.

Take a look at the interview:

So let’s get this straight, after he said the clip did “everything that is completely derogatory towards women” he’s now saying the song is actually a “feminist movement in itself?”


4. Lindsay Lohan has asked for MORE rehab time. Click here for the reason why.

5. Remember Ruthie from 7th Heaven? Well… she grew up.

Mackenzie Rosman who was best known as the youngest daughter, Ruthie Camden, on long-running series 7th Heaven, has stripped down for Maxim magazine.

Rosman,23, isn’t the only star from 7th Heaven to strip down, Jessica Biel posed topless for Gear magazine in 2000, when she was 17 years old – a move she later regretted.

Rosman was 9 at the time and remembers it being “a big deal” on set. “The magazine was banned on set, I think by orders of Aaron Spelling. I sneaked a peek at it, though. It was racy gossip amongst the women of 7th Heaven,” Rosman says.

When asked if people will “be surprised” to see her in photo shoot, Rosman replies, “They might be. But you know what? It’s who I am.”

What? Half-naked?

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 7. Miley Cyrus gives the most unassuming interview ever. Oh, wait.

In a new interview with the BBC, former child star Miley Cyrus has opened up about transforming from the sweet-faced Hannah Montana to the twerking artist she is today.


On the success of her We Can’t Stop single she said:  “I knew it was gonna be great.  And I knew it was gonna go viral like that because it’s just interesting,” she said of the clip you can see in full below.

On her success and the misconceptions about her as a fully fledged recording artist she said: “You know, I built an entire empire for myself by the time that I was 11, but now I’m just the twerk queen.”

The 20-year-old also avoids Googling herself and reading what is said about her online.

“People that probably fall off are the people obsessed with Googling themselves and knowing what people are saying. If I knew what people are saying about me, I’d probably hate myself. I don’t look at that kind of stuff,” Cyrus revealed.

In a separate interview Cyrus reveals why she prefers marijuana over alcohol:  “When I smoke, I don’t get that sick feeling I get when I drink, or that anger rising up. There’s a reason Bob Marley was like some kind of Rasta Mother Teresa.”

Details here

9. Kate Ceberano stops by to tell us about her new album.

“One of the great things about growing up is that you get to a point where you face off with yourself, and in the end you have to be satisfied with who you are,” Ceberano says of her first album of original material in 10 years, Kensal Road, which is out today.

Take a look at the full interview below: