Jennifer Aniston Reveals About Her Plastic Surgery, Says She’ll Never Inject “S**t Into My Face”

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Jennifer Aniston’s role as Rachel on Friends propelled her to international fame.

She struck what some are calling “Hollywood Gold” with the show, and at age 54, she’s still going strong in the industry.

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As a member of the cast of “Friends,” she ran the risk of being pigeonholed. But Aniston was able to emerge from her “Rachel” shell. She has recently received acclaim for her work in the drama The Morning Show.

Jennifer Aniston’s career skyrocketed, and with it came speculation that she had gotten plastic surgery. As a result, she made the decision to open up about it, sharing the real reason she underwent the procedure. Learn everything there is to know about the actress right here!

Aniston was born on February 11, 1969, in Sherman Oaks, California, a town where show business runs deep in her family. Her parents, John Aniston and Nancy Dow, were both famous actors; he was a soap opera superstar, and she followed in her mother’s footsteps.

Jennifer Aniston – early life

In general, Aniston’s upbringing in New York City was positive. But something changed at the age of nine. Jennifer and her brother John were home alone when their father suddenly disappeared.

Jennifer Aniston’s father and daughter had an ebb and flow relationship. Aniston’s father abandoned her, her brother, and their mother, but she has no ill will against him.

“There are people in my life that are like, ‘How do you even talk to that guy?’ But what’s the point of holding on to [anger]? That’s so toxic,” she told the Hollywood Reporter in 2015. “We’re human beings. Human beings make mistakes. Human beings are not perfect. And by not forgiving someone, it’s not allowing human beings to evolve and become better people.”

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Jennifer Aniston is loved and respected by her coworkers and has a fulfilled life. Even though it’s completely different, she claims that it has its origins in her upbringing.

 

 

Jennifer Aniston, as Sandra Bullock put it during their interview for Interview Magazine, “really have a way of pushing joy and positivity.” She posed the question to Jennifer, “what is it that allows you to stay buoyant and keep from getting discouraged when things don’t go the right way?”

“I think that it comes from growing up in a household that was destabilized and felt unsafe, watching adults being unkind to each other, and witnessing certain things about human behavior that made me think: “I don’t want to do that, I don’t want to be that,” Aniston said.

Jennifer Aniston as Rachel on ‘Friends’

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Jennifer Aniston, like many others, aspired to be an actor. She majored in drama at New York’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for the Music, Art, and Performing Arts.

Jennifer Aniston moved right from college to Hollywood to pursue her acting career in 1987. Her early career seemed to be on the up and up, with guest starring roles on shows like Molloy, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and The Edge. Jennifer Aniston, however, was blissfully unaware that the launch of her career-defining work was imminent.

Friends, a fresh new sitcom, cast Aniston in 1994. The series, which followed the lives of six friends in New York City, was an instant hit.

Aniston played pampered Rachel, who boldly decided to move away from her wealthy family and begin a new life in the city with her new friends. Stage 24 at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California, became famous over the show’s ten years on the air and 236 episodes.

The finale was seen by more than 50 million people in the United States alone. Like her co-stars Courtney Cox (Monica), Lisa Kudrow (Pheobe), Matt LeBlanc (Joey), Matthew Perry (Chandler), and David Schwimmer (Ross), Jennifer Aniston became a household name thanks to her work on “Friends.”

Aniston and her co-stars on Friends made a lot of money because the show was so successful. During the show’s last seasons, the actors reportedly made $1 million per episode.

This is how much money the ‘Friends’ cast still earns today

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The cast is reported to get around $20 million annually from repeats, even though it has been 19 years since the series’ final original airing. According to The Independent, they receive 2% of the show’s syndication earnings. According to reports, Netflix spent between $80 and $100 million to get the show’s streaming rights through 2019.

The Friends cast members were all memorable in their own right. Rachel, played by Aniston, underwent the most dramatic change over the course of the series, becoming a fashionista and employee at Bloomingdale’s.

Moreover, Friends had a significant cultural impact, with Rachel’s hairdo becoming very popular, the radio constantly playing the theme tune, and everyone attempting to deliver a punch line in Chandler Bing’s style.

Jennifer Aniston became a household name because to her role as Rachel Green on Friends, and in 2002 she won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

She also took home a Golden Globe in 2003 for Best Actress in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical.

Sure, Jennifer Aniston became recognized all over the world, but the most important thing is that she made five lifelong friends.

“We really did have so much fun together,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.

Emotional reunion

“I remember that was one of the things when we were young and dumb and renegotiating, one of the [studio’s] threats was, ‘Well, we don’t need all six of you. We can do this with four of you.’ We were like, ‘What? You can? You can get rid of Rachel or Joey or who?’ Then it was like, ‘No they can’t, wake up.’”

The show’s six original cast members got back together for an HBO special called Friends: The Reunion last year. The actors and audience had a night they would never forget, but tensions were high. Whenever things became too intense on production, Jennifer Aniston had to leave.

“I think we were just so naive walking into it, thinking, ‘How fun is this going to be? They’re putting the sets back together, exactly as they were.’ Then you get there, and it’s like, ‘Oh right, I hadn’t thought about what was going on the last time I was actually here,’” Aniston explained. “And it just took me by surprise because it was like, ‘Hi, past, remember me? Remember how that sucked? You thought everything was in front of you and life was going to be just gorgeous, and then you went through maybe the hardest time in your life?’”

“It was all very jarring, and, of course, you’ve got cameras everywhere, and I’m already a little emotionally accessible, I guess you could say, so I had to walk out at certain points,” she added. “I don’t know how they cut around it.”

Jennifer Aniston has had a successful career ever since Friends. She has been in a number of films, such as Horrible Bosses and Cake, and she currently co-stars with Reese Witherspoon in the drama series The Morning Show.

Jennifer Aniston – family, dating history, net worth

The show’s first season earned seven Emmy nominations, of which it won one. Aniston was also recognized for her outstanding performance as a drama series’ leading lady.

Jennifer Aniston’s net worth is estimated to be $300 million by Celebrity Net Worth.

Fans and the media began taking a keen interest in Jennifer Aniston’s private life as soon as she became one of the most recognized actresses thanks to her portrayal as Rachel on Friends. She and Brad Pitt were married for five years, from 2000 to 2005, during which time they were frequent subjects of paparazzi coverage. She married Hollywood actor Justin Theroux in 2015. But sadly, they split up only three short years later.

Both of Aniston’s separations made headlines. It’s been years since she last had a serious boyfriend. She claims, however, that she is now open to finding lasting love. However, the location need not be Hollywood.

“No one of importance has hit my radar yet, but I think it’s time. I think I’m ready to share myself with another,” she told SiriusXM in September 2021, “I think I’m ready to share myself with another,” but she doesn’t foresee herself getting married again.

“It’s not on my radar,” Aniston said. “I’m interested in finding a fantastic partner and just living an enjoyable life and having fun with one another. That’s all we should hope for. It doesn’t have to be etched in stone in legal documents.” 

Plastic surgery allegations surround Jennifer Aniston

People today are less likely to find love through conventional means, and more likely to use dating apps. However, Jennifer Aniston can’t use dating apps.

“Absolutely no,” she told People. “I’m going to just stick to the normal ways of dating. Having someone ask you out. That’s the way I would prefer it.”

Jennifer Aniston is aging well. Fans, however, have long speculated about whether or not Jennifer has had plastic surgery over the years due to her stunning appearance.

Courtney Cox, a coworker of Aniston’s on Friends and a close friend of hers in real life, had disclosed that Aniston had undergone multiple surgeries. She initially had botox injections, but then decided to have them completely removed.

Is there any truth to the rumors that Jennifer Aniston has undergone plastic surgery? Actually, she has been operated on.

Rep for the 54-year-old actor disclosed in 2018 that the 53-year-old actress had rhinoplasty surgery to “correct a deviated septum that was incorrectly done over 12 years ago.”

Aniston revealed that she had rhinoplasty in a 2007 interview with People.

“It’s funny. I had [a deviated septum] fixed – best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years,” she said. “As far as all the other [rumors], as boring as it sounds, it’s still mine. All of it. Still mine.”

“I am not injecting s—t into my face”

Jennifer Aniston expanded on the rumors surrounding her plastic surgery a year earlier, in 2006. She assured me that she hasn’t gotten breast implants or any other kind of breast enlargement.

“No boob job! You know what it’s called? It’s called 10 pounds,” Aniston said. “Here’s what it is, this is the funny thing, you’re either, ‘Oh, look at the bump,’ and they circle the bump and there’s an arrow. But instead, it’s like, you know, maybe a couple of cheese plates too many.”

Furthermore, Jennifer Aniston has previously addressed the stigma associated with the fact that people in Hollywood age. She thinks it’s perfectly natural and claims she’ll never get a facial injection.

Longtime friend and comedian Tig Notaro interviewed Jennifer Aniston for the June 2019 cover story of Harper’s Bazaar, in which the 54-year-old actress bared all for a topless photoshoot.

“There is this pressure in Hollywood to be ageless. I think what I have been witness to, is seeing women trying to stay ageless with what they are doing to themselves. I am grateful to learn from their mistakes because I am not injecting s—t into my face,” Jennifer Aniston told Harper’s Bazaar Australia.

She added, “I see them and my heart breaks. I think, ‘Oh god, if you only know how much older you look.’ They are trying to stop the clock, and all you can see is an insecure person who won’t let themselves just age.”

If Jen at 54 is what beauty looks like, then count me in!

And, to be fair, it’s not only her body; she’s also got charm and a positive outlook on life.

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