Jennifer Aniston ‘Trash’ Talks in February Allure Magazine

Allure_Aniston_201102.jpgFunny lady Jennifer Aniston is a blue-eyed beauty on the February issue of Allure magazine. The actress has been promoting her latest film Just Go With It, costarring Adam Sandler, once again new mom Nicole Kidman, and Esquire magazine‘s latest covergirl model Brooklyn Decker.

In the cover feature, Aniston is chatting up the beauty magazine about her go-to cocktails, the good ole days with gorgeous George, and her favorite television obsession, “The Bachelor.”

Of her favorite reality TV guilty pleasure over on ABC, Aniston tells
the beauty magazine, “You know what I find fascinating? ‘The Bachelor.’
I was mesmerized by how these girls, they meet this guy, they have
dates together or something, and they’re weeping as though they just
lost the love of their life. I don’t understand that.” Neither do we. Oh, Jen, we have so much in common!

Aniston looks back more fondly on her own television days on NBC,
when a certain handsome George was sending the ladies swooning on
another NBC hit. Aniston tells the magazine, “Look at Baby George. Baby
Clooney. ‘ER’ was right next door to us on the soundstage. That was
really fun. I remember when we used to do crossovers like that. See,
NBC used to be really cool. Then, you know…”

The actress is also coming clean on her dirtiest tricks to keep folks
coming back for more in the cocktail arena. Of her signature drinks,
she says, “I can make two drinks really well: a dirty martini and a
Bloody Mary. People are like, ‘You make the best Bloody Marys,’ and my
secret ingredient is basically Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix…It’s
the 7-Eleven of Bloody Marys. It’s the trashiest.”

What’s never trashy is the always classy Aniston, who just so happens to be getting better with age.

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