In a recent interview with InStyle magazine, marking their 25th anniversary, Jennifer Aniston shared that she has never viewed herself as a sex symbol. Instead of projecting an untouchable persona, the 50-year-old actress has always preferred to embody a more relatable and friendly image – much like your average girl next door.
During an interview with InStyle magazine, Jennifer Aniston, the lead actress of Murder Mystery, surprised everyone by revealing that she never saw herself as a sexy icon. Instead of projecting a sultry image, Aniston said that she preferred to present herself in a natural, cute, and amusing way. When asked about her 1999 InStyle cover, where she posed in a sheet with the caption “What’s Sexy Now?” she admitted feeling ironic about being labeled as sexy. She even went on to say that she considers Lauren Hutton as the epitome of sexiness. Aniston made this revelation during the magazine’s 25th-anniversary feature.
It appears that Jennifer is oblivious to the fact that she has sported steamy ensembles in several movies, including her stripping scene in the amusing flick ‘We’re The Millers’ released in 2013. She fondly recalled her past appearances on InStyle magazine covers, likening it to browsing through a yearbook. Having been raised in showbiz, Jennifer understands how uncomfortable puberty can be, let alone experiencing it under the public eye.
Back in 1994, when Friends first aired, we were all filled with excitement and optimism. The show’s immense success took us by surprise, and we had no idea what was in store for us. Recently, Courteney Cox shared an old photo of us on a plane before the show premiered on Instagram, and it brought back memories of how surreal it all felt. I was overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of such a fantastic show.
In 1996, I was given an incredible opportunity to grace the cover of a magazine. It was a significant milestone for me, as I couldn’t believe that it was happening. I never thought that I would achieve something like this. On that particular day, my hair was short and styled in a wet look, which I’m proud of. I had set some personal goals and was determined to achieve them. However, it took me quite some time to gain confidence in front of the camera. Fortunately, my first shoot was at my house, which helped me feel more comfortable. I distinctly remember the moment when I was posing, and I thought to myself, “I need to learn how to do this correctly.” It was challenging for me since it was entirely out of my norm. Despite this, holding the magazine with my face on it was an experience that felt surreal.