Jennifer Aniston may not have received an Oscar nomination despite being recognized for her acting skills in the Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice, and SAG awards. However, she didn’t let it get her down and made a joke about being the “top snubbed” during her appearance on The Ellen Show. In a lighthearted spoof, the host also playfully teased Aniston about a controversial topless photo.
During her appearance on Ellen, Jennifer Aniston maintained a positive attitude despite not being nominated for an Oscar for her role in Cake. Ellen commended Jennifer’s performance in the film, set to release on January 23, and mentioned the attention Jennifer received for her snub, which could be seen as a success in its own right. Jennifer jokingly referred to herself as the “top snubbed” and found a bright side to the situation.
Gosh, the chat show was absolutely lit! The presenter, who’s about to hit 56, had us in stitches with her witty take on a recent scandalous topless snap of a 45-year-old celeb. But wait, there’s more! She also dished details on an upcoming flick that chronicles a lady’s path to opting for existence in the aftermath of unfathomable turmoil. The plot traces her battles against constant agony, substance abuse issues and the ultimate decision of whether to carry on living or call it quits. This sounds like a heart-wrenching journey that we’re all excited to experience!
Ellen recently posted a photo of two women embracing without shirts on, and she added her and Jennifer’s faces to the image to make it more personal. During their conversation, Ellen brought up Jennifer’s topless photo in Allure magazine, where she was hugging her hairstylist, Chris McMillan, who created her famous hairstyle known as ‘The Rachel’ during Friends. Although Ellen didn’t find anything unusual about the photo, many people have been commenting on it, with some even asking Jennifer’s fiancé, Justin Theroux, about it.
The star of Cake appeared on Ellen’s show, flaunting her toned legs in a fashionable white mini-dress that made heads turn. During the interview, she shared an embarrassing incident when a photo of her hugging a naked man went viral. To clear things up, Jennifer explained that the guy was like a brother to her, and the photo was supposed to be innocent. However, Ellen made things even more awkward by pointing out how her explanation sounded strange.
Ellen had a hopeful attitude and pointed out that not being nominated can still be fulfilling. She acknowledged that the buzz and conversations that arise from being left out can actually be seen as a form of success.
Jennifer chuckled, proudly declaring herself the “queen of snubs.” However, she optimistically noted that there’s always a bright side to every situation. Despite her best efforts, she found herself at a loss for words when trying to navigate this particular predicament. With a hint of bashfulness, Jennifer attempted to define her relationship with Chris as that of a cherished friend with a touch of glamour. She further elaborated that posing in a close embrace with one of her female friends would feel far too uncomfortable to consider.
Full of laughter and playfulness, Jennifer and Ellen participated in a lively game to see who could hit audience members’ faces with cake more accurately. It was a hilarious competition that added to the overall fun and enjoyment of the event.
The actress from Friends exclaimed in shock, accusing someone of cheating as she ran towards an unsuspecting girl, ready to smash a pie in her face. However, the host Ellen quickly diverted the conversation by stating how amazing their shoot was. She showed off a photoshopped image of herself and Jennifer with their faces on two topless women hugging. Afterward, they played a game where they threw cake at selected audience members to see who had better aim. As a surprise, the two participants who got caked received an invitation to attend Ellen’s upcoming birthday show.
Jennifer’s acting talent has been highly praised, and she has been nominated for her outstanding performance in the movie Cake. She has received nominations from prestigious award ceremonies such as the Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice Award, and SAG Award in the Best Actress category. The film is scheduled to hit the theaters on January 23.