Getting relationship advice from Jennifer Aniston is kind of like taking a cooking class from Mischa Barton. But Jen has opened up about love again.
Thus, we must drop everything and transcribe her sage remarks.
In her new film Love Happens, Jennifer has a disastrous first date with Aaron Eckhart, But things haven't gotten quite so awful for her in real life.
"I have to say that luckily I haven't had one," Aniston says of first-date disasters.
"It's more that thing where you just want to go home and they're like 'So, do you want to go somewhere afterward?' And it's like, 'Um, no.'"
Astounding relationship advice and insight once again.
Jennifer Aniston, 40, says that she's never had to use a friend as a lifeline to call with a made-up emergency during a bad date. "Oh, God, no!" she laughed. "I haven't done that, but that's really funny! That happened in The Breakup!"
Linked romantically to many of her male co-stars over the years ("Every one," she sighs), the miserable girl says the rumors even started with Eckhart.
"It's so funny ... when we were first meeting for lunch, meeting with the director, they took a picture of us in the restaurant and said 'What's happening? Something must be happening! They're having lunch, my God!'" she says.
"But then, yeah, they figured out that we were doing a movie together."
For the most part, Aniston can handle it if she's portrayed inaccurately in the celebrity gossip media. As long as people still go see her movies and all.
"It doesn't bug me, if people don't believe it. That's all," she says. "I would just hate it if people actually believed any of it. Then it affects my work."