Jennifer Aniston is a tough cookie.
She has survived divorces with both Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux, and has managed to make the tricky transition into the competitive industry that is Hollywood for women over thirty.
But there was one thing she could not deal with.
Speaking to The Late Late Show With James Corden, Aniston revealed that when she first moved to LA to pursue a career in acting, her apartment was haunted.
“I had just moved from New York City to California, and someone said to me, ‘Oh, you have a spirit in your house. You should have someone [come by] and clear the house,'” Aniston explained. “And I was like, ‘Oh man. I’ve landed in Los Angeles.’ We’re talking about ghosts, spirits, and a ghost whisperer?”
Aniston said that from that point, her and her roommate became a lil’ creeped out. She said the radio would randomly blast loudly and the dishwasher would start by itself.
She was sceptical, but they ended up having someone come over to the house.
When the ghost whisperer put frankincense into a little dish and walked into one corner of the house, the Friends actress says the plate shattered.
She appeared to imply that the incident convinced her it was real, adding that the ghost “hated [her] roommate”.
“Did you tell the roommate?” Corden asked the 49-year-old.
“No, I moved out,” Aniston laughed. “I feel terrible, but I couldn’t say, ‘It didn’t like you.’ She’s fine… I don’t know. I got out of there too quick,” she added.
In a recent profile with Elle titled ‘Jennifer Aniston Doesn’t Need A Happy Ending’, the 49-year-old touched on many things, from her new Netflix film Dumplin’ and relationship with Dolly Parton, to the public’s obsession with why she hasn’t procreated.
Speaking of her recent divorce with ex-husband Justin Theroux, Aniston said she doesn’t view the way their relationship ended as a failure – rather, a success.
“I don’t feel a void. I really don’t. My marriages, they’ve been very successful, in [my] personal opinion. And when they came to an end, it was a choice that was made because we chose to be happy, and sometimes happiness didn’t exist within that arrangement anymore,” she said.
Preach it, sister.