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Jennifer Aniston has been thinking about retiring.
The ‘Morning Show’ actress admits there have been times over the last couple of years where she has considered giving up her working life.
She shared: ”I would have to say the last two years that has crossed my mind, which it never did before. A different unprepared project … sucked the life out of me. ‘I don’t know if this is what interests me, [I remember thinking].”
And if the 51-year-old actress did quit her full time job as an actress, she would definitely consider going into interior design.
When asked what she’d be doing instead, she added: ”Interior design, probably. I love it. It’s my happy place. It’s really a happy place for me.”
Jennifer has starred in many great movies and television shows over the year.
Speaking on the SmartLess podcast, she recalled: ”I loved, well, obviously ‘Friends’, That’s a no brainer … I would have to say that would be number one … I always love shooting with [Adam] Sandler.
”’Just Go With It’ was super fun. We’ve known each other since we were 19 … [‘Cake’] was an experience that was creatively fulfilling. Everything I imagined as an actor I’d be completely afraid of and suck at, I didn’t so bad.”
Jennifer previously revealed her ”favourite thing in the world” is washing dishes.
She said: ”I might have acquired a new OCD situation. Not only do I clean constantly but doing dishes is now my new favourite, favourite thing in the world, because not only are you doing your dishes but you’re washing your hands … [And] organising. I was a crazy person the first week and then I realised I had to pull back because I was going to run out of closets. I’ve got to pace myself.”
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Quite the journey. Chrishell Stause wasn’t introduced to the world as an actress until 2005, two years after receiving her B.A. in theater, but had already been through quite a journey. The actress, born in Missouri, had a very tough upbringing, something she’s detailed over her years on reality TV. Her mother was at a Shell gas station when she went into labor, and the attendant who helped her was named Chris, which explains her name. After her family struggled with money and, at times, homelessness, Stause got her big break on All My Children. She’s since taken on many different careers — and admitted it’s not always easy to start fresh. “You get to a point in your life when you feel like you’re successful and it feels great. [When you start new,] it reminds you how we get back into that,” she told Us Weekly exclusively in September 2020 competing on Dancing With the Stars season 29. “What makes you a success is that you push through those moments and [this] just reminds me of that. In those tough moments where you just kind of want to sit in your tulle and be like ‘This sucks.’ That’s not how I got to be where I’m at! I got here because I felt that, and I pushed through it.” She continued: “The biggest thing I’ve learned is that I haven’t lost that. It’s something that you go through very early on in the beginning of your career and go through it again and again. At this point, it’s the third time in my life of a career moment where you’re like, ‘Oh, I know nothing. I’m starting over.’ I did it with acting, I did it with real estate and now, I’m doing it with dancing. So, it’s like, ‘OK. I know nothing. I feel like a failure but let me push through and try and succeed.’” Scroll through the gallery below to see more from Stause over the years.
Mac Davis, a pop and country singer who went on to become an actor and host of his own variety show on NBC, has died at age 78. His longtime manager, Jim Morey, posted the news Tuesday night via Facebook. “He was a music legend but his most important work was that as a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend,” Morey wrote. “I will miss laughing about our many adventures on the road and his insightful sense of humor.” The Country Music…
K-Pop sensations BTS opened up on their huge global success and their fanbase’s activism as they appeared on the cover of Variety magazine. Band members RM, Suga, Jin, Jimin, J-Hope, V and Jungkook each posed for solo portraits for the industry bible as well as appearing as a group in the cover shot, looking sharp in suits and ties. In an interview with the magazine, the Korean stars discussed how their fans, known as the BTS Army, have become…
Amber Heard has asked a Virginia judge to force ex-husband Johnny Depp to finally sit down for an examination with her attorneys. The actor sued his ex-wife for $50 million (£39 million) after she referred to herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse” in a Washington Post article in 2018. He claimed he had been defamed in the piece, even though Heard didn’t name him, stating it suggested the actress was a domestic abuse victim and…
So fetch! Sixteen years after Mean Girls debuted in theaters across the world, the teen flick remains a favorite with fans and celebrities. The 2004 film, which raked in $129 million globally on a ‎$17 million budget, is responsible for creating iconic lines including, “On Wednesdays, we wear pink” to “Is butter a carb?” Mean Girls also helped catapult the careers of its stars, including Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried. “I’ve just worked a long time. I’ve gotten a lot of cool opportunities here and there and I’ve made some good choices with the help of my amazing team,” Seyfried, 33, told the Los Angeles Times in 2013. “I still look back at Mean Girls as my best work.” Directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey based on the book Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman, Mean Girls follows Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) as she navigates her way through the American school system after her family moves back to the U.S. from Africa. Early into her high school journey, she is asked to join The Plastics — a popular girl clique run by Regina George (McAdams). However, Cady finds herself in hot water when she develops a crush on Regina’s ex-boyfriend, Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett). Fey, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Franzese, Tim Meadows and Amy Poehler also star. “I have to thank Regina George for giving me some longevity,” McAdams, 40, told The New York Times in 2018. “I’m forever grateful to Tina Fey and Mark Waters. I remember when I read it, I called my agent right away and said, ‘I will play any part in this, please, please, please.’ I was at the beginning of my career, and it was a lofty thing out there, that I really, really, really wanted to do.” The popular movie has also spawned a TV film, Mean Girls 2, in 2011 and a Broadway musical created by Fey in 2017. It also inspired Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” video, with Kris Jenner recreating Poehler’s “cool mom” character. Fey additionally announced in January 2020 that she would reimagine the Mean Girls Broadway musical as a major motion picture. The film’s popularity additionally sparked the launch of the fan-created holiday, “Mean Girls Day,” that’s celebrated annually on October 3. This special occasion references a line said by Lohan’s Cady about her crush, Bennett’s Aaron. “On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was,” she said. In honor of the iconic film, scroll down to see what the cast has been up to since the movie’s 2004 premiere.