Jennifer Aniston Slams Her ‘Friends’ Hairdo
First Published: January 18, 2011 10:38 PM EST Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Playing Rachel Green on “Friends” made Jennifer Aniston a household name, but looking back at the haircut — emulated across America in the late ‘90s — isn’t something the actress looks back on fondly.
“I love [hairstylist] Chris [McMillan], and he’s the bane of my existence at the same time because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look,’” Jennifer told the February issue of Allure magazine.
“How do I say this?” she continued, “I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen.”
Jennifer revealed she’s a much more easy going girl – hair wise, anyway.
“I’ve been glammed up; I’ve been glammed down, which is really more me,” she told the mag. “I didn’t wear mascara in [my new movie] ‘Just Go With It’. It’s fun to transform a little bit — what do I have to lose?”
It appears food too is something Jennifer prefers to keep simple.
“My friends and I were in Atlanta, and we went to this restaurant. My one friend is ordering, you know, sweetbreads with foie gras, the bone-marrow pasta, the buffalo tortellini, and I’m like, ‘This just doesn’t quite do it for me.’ You won’t see me ordering pheasant or rabbit,” she said.
Instead, Jennifer said she’s fallen for a simple vegetable.
“You know what I’ve just started to really love lately is Brussels sprouts,” she said. “Usually, Brussels sprouts smell like feet to me. But these were sliced and sautéed and really yummy. I’m going to make that.”
Jennifer also shared that she’s confused by the complex relationships on ABC’s “The Bachelor,” which she thinks appear almost overnight.
“You know what I find fascinating? ‘The Bachelor.’ I was mesmerized by how these girls, they meet this guy, they have three dates together or something, and they’re weeping as though they’ve just lost the love of their life,” she said. “I don’t understand that.”
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