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Jennifer Aniston shows spunk and a sense of humor in an interview and cover shoot for the September issue of Elle. This Hollywood pretty refuses to "ignore the pink elephant in the living room," saying that it's ok with her to be labeled lonely girl: "If I’m the emblem for ‘this is what it looks like to be the lonely girl getting on with her life,’ so be it. I can make fun of myself. And I’ll bring it up as long as the world is bringing it up."
Jennifer Aniston, who first captured the world's attention with her charming take on poor-rich-girl Rachel in "Friends,” was once considered one of the luckiest woman on the planet, being successful both in career and love, earning millions in TV and film, having married Brad Pitt and becoming one of Hollywood's A-list power couple.
After a controversial breakup with Brad Pitt, who partnered with Angelina Jolie and went on to raise a brood of children in a seemingly settled family life, Jennifer Aniston dated but stayed single, hence the "Lonely Girl" label.
Now 40, Jennifer Aniston is still rolling in money, and one of the most attractive and well-liked women in Hollywood. She says her single status is livable, and that she got her sense of humor from her mother. And for those unlucky in love, she says: "I support women, men, anybody who is in a place that's not their strongest and who is ready to push forward."
Photo: Elle/Alexei Hay
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