Jennifer Aniston is not a fan of the way that younger Hollywood actresses dress for award shows and she isn’t afraid to voice her opinion. She said that these younger ladies are ruining Hollywood’s sexy image because they’re walking the red carpet in dresses that look like curtains.
Jen reportedly told a friend, “It pains me to see young beauties like Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson, Keira Knightley or Emma Stone dress frumpy or in a long gown that looks like their grandmother’s curtains.”
She continued, “Older, piled-high hairstyles and caked-on makeup also gall me. This is the time they should go with as little makeup as possible and dress as edgy and young as they possibly can. Girls like Jennifer and Keira should stay fresh-faced, keep their hemlines high, ditch those clunky outfit-killing shoes and avoid dressing in a famous designer’s clothes just because they are famous designers.”
She went on to say, “Young Hollywood is growing up so fast, but they don’t have to rush it with outfits that are way beyond their years. They should revel in their youth – they’ll have plenty of time to rein it in when they’re older.”
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Even though Keira Knightley has a slim figure, she says she is not pleased with the shape of her body. She said that she doesn’t like her figure so much that she used a body double in the movie Domino in 2005.
When she was on The Jonathon Ross Show, she said, “I have this policy in films where I say, ‘You can have the top half but you can’t have the bottom half’, and it kind of works quite well. And there was this scene in Domino where I was meant to do a bit of a strip tease and a dance with a thong on. I was just like, ‘It’s not going to happen.’ And so I said, ‘Could you get me a bottom please?’”
When she was trying to find a bottom double she stated, “And so I went into a room with Tony Scott, the director, and these three women came in and just dropped their trousers and he was like, ‘Well, which one do you want?’ And how do you say to the bottom double, do you say, ‘Well I don’t want that one, that one’s crap.’ You don’t get a feel. They then go out and you discuss the bottom. It’s tricky, you go, ‘do I introduce myself or not’, and it’s a bit weird if you don’t. The girl we picked had a lovely bottom.”
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