Jennifer Aniston is reportedly doing a tell-all interview to confront her past, especially her marriages with Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux.
Jennifer Aniston has not found her forever yet after marrying twice. Her marriage with Brad Pitt only lasted for five years. Her second marriage with Justin Theroux only lasted for about two years.
According to one tabloid, the Murder Mystery star will be confronting her past in a tell-all interview.
Jennifer Aniston ready to confront her past
Last year, In Touch Weekly, published a report about Jennifer Aniston doing a personal tell-all interview.
The Morning Show star was reportedly considering an extensive interview to talk about her divorces from Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux. The source added that she would discuss her thoughts about Angelina Jolie, too.
“Jen has been doing a lot of soul-searching. It has inspired her to do a sit-down interview, preferably with someone like Oprah Winfrey,” the source said.
“Jen has put up so many walls, with friends, family and her fans, and now she’s ready to come clean.”
The so-called source alleged that Aniston was doing it because she realized it was necessary as “part of her healing process.”
The insider claimed that Aniston would be telling the truth about her divorce with Pitt and where things stand between them. Meanwhile, as for her divorce with Theroux, Aniston would reportedly reveal what went wrong between them.
“This whole process of confronting her past has been a life-changing experience for her,” the source added.
Tell-all interview debunked
Apparently, Jennifer Aniston’s tell-all interview was not true. It has been a year since it was reported, and it didn’t happen.
Also, Aniston remains friends with her exes, both Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux. In fact, Pitt was present on her 50th birthday. Meanwhile, she spent Thanksgiving with Theroux.
Furthermore, Aniston has already moved on from the issue between her and Angelina Jolie and Pitt. In fact, Pitt and Jolie already separated in 2016.
Aniston on forgiving and moving on
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in 2014, the Cake actress put emphasis on the importance of forgiving and moving on.
“I absolutely am. I think it’s extremely important to forgive,” Aniston said.
She likened a grudge to a toxic waste that builds up. For her, there is nothing worse than it, and people make mistakes, so one should learn to let go and forgive.
“To hold any kind of resentment is like taking rat poison and waiting for the rat to die,” Aniston said.
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