America’s sweetheart Jennifer Aniston has been the source of a lot of buzz with regard to the headlines she makes on the tabloids — but the good news is that she isn’t letting any of that get to her. In a new interview with the “Associated Press”, Jennifer reveals her opinions on that topic and a few others.
With regard to the tabloids, she revealed, “All that stuff, it’s toxic. It never gets un-jarring, but you do have to not let it imprison you, which is possible, too.”
She went on to say, “There’s times when you see people climbing and getting success and you start to see, ‘oh, they’re really starting to really change.’ So I always just make the effort to be as humble and grateful as possible.”
When asked about the weirdest beauty regimen she has tried, the actress responded, “I don’t go out too crazy. You mean like did I ever put leeches on my face? The closest I’ll ever go is a derma-roller. Google it – it’s great. It’s like a little wheel that has little pins, like acupuncture needles in a way, and you roll it and it stimulates your collagen and it also allows for your products to seep into your skin.”
When asked if there were other characters besides her “Horrible Bosses” character that she would like to revisit, she answered, “I think Rose and the Millers would be fun, to kind of see where that’s going to go, and I know we’re probably going to do another one of those.”
With regard to her 45th birthday milestone, she said, “I really try not to focus on it too much, to be honest. Society focuses on it way more than we need to. I think it’s always important to reflect anyway, no matter what age you’re approaching or what milestone is in front of you. Reflection should be almost a daily thing if possible. Because I was never a ‘where do you see yourself in five years’ person. I had no idea, and I didn’t have a checklist, which really creates a lot less stress in your life.”
When asked if there were other things that she would like to achieve in Hollywood, she said, “I just want to keep trying to surprise myself and I want to keep challenging myself and have the courage to really do that, in spite of possible failure.”
She added, “You just have to work really hard to tune out the noise and the static. Because it gets louder, and people really have an opinion, and you don’t want to shy away from taking chances for fear of what people will say, or living in the wreckage of the future of what may be if I do this.”