We’ve sort of already heard a version of this story already, but I guess it’s worth repeating until we get some wedding news out of Jennifer Aniston. Sidenote: Do you think Jennifer and Justin Theroux will marry this weekend, or will they be accused of trying to steal the Easter Bunny’s thunder?!? Anyway, remember when Jennifer scored the cover of People Magazine right after the Oscars and everyone was like, “Huh? How was Jennifer the most notable person at the Oscars?!” In that People cover story, “sources” claimed that Jennifer was determined to change her name to Jennifer Theroux once she married Justin, just because she thinks “Jennifer Theroux” sounds “posh”. Well, now Life & Style reports that Jennifer is already demanding that her friends refer to her as “Mrs. Theroux”:
Jennifer Aniston and her fiancé, Justin Theroux, have remained tight-lipped on their impending springtime nuptials, but now Life & Style can reveal Jen has already told friends and family to address her as “Mrs. Theroux.”
A pal of Jen’s confirms to Life & Style, on newsstands now, “She’s trying it on for size, and she loves the sound of it!”
Jen is taking her man’s surname so seriously that she’s thinking about ditching her maiden name — forever.
“She wants a fresh start,” the insider dishes to Life & Style. “She couldn’t be happier. Jen simply wants the world to know just how madly in love she is with Justin Theroux.”
Justin popped the question last August, and while the couple haven’t announced a date, the insider tells Life &Style, “The wedding is soon, and Jen is very happy about it.”
Eh. At this point, I think Justin’s PR-game-playing skills are probably equal to Jennifer’s PR game-skills, so maybe they’re a match made in heaven. I was going to say something about how he should look out (because his hipster credibility has left the building) or how she should look out (because he seems like a golddigger), but really… they’re perfect for each other. I look forward to seeing how she styles him for future red carpets. Somebody’s getting an eyebrow waxing!
Meanwhile, you know that film that Jennifer did in Connecticut? The one based on an Elmore Leonard book? Well, the director Daniel Schechter told The Hollywood Reporter, “It’s the best work she’s ever done and she’ll blow people away. I don’t think people will see it coming, she’s so talented and I was crying while watching it.” For the love of…! It’s an ensemble film that has the exact plot of Ruthless People!
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