Jennifer Aniston Opens Up About Love Life, Says She’s ‘Ready’ So Far
Opening up about her love life, Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston recently confirmed that she is single but is ready to have someone special in her life again. According to Fox News, speaking to Bruce Bozzi on his SiriusXM show ‘Lunch with Bruce’, Aniston said, “I think it’s time. I think I’m ready to share myself with another [person]. I hadn’t wanted to for a long time, and I really enjoyed being my own wife without being part of a couple. I have been part of a couple since I was 20 years old. So there was something very pleasant about taking the time. “
Aniston was previously married to actor Brad Pitt from 2000 to 2005, then to actor Justin Theroux from 2011 to 2017. She has also been in a relationship with musician John Mayer and actor Vince Vaughn. The Emmy winner also highlighted the characteristics she looks for in a partner. She said: “The ease with which the conversation goes the first time around is kind of a good indicator. Confidence, but not arrogance. Humor. Please, I’m begging you. , I beg you. Generous, kind to people. You know, it’s just very few necessities. “
Speaking to People TV in early September, Aniston said she was ready to date someone who is not a public figure. “Sure. Absolutely. I mean, it happened. That’s what I’m kind of hoping for, it’s not necessarily someone in the industry itself.” Aniston said on the way out. Although in June, Aniston confirmed that she would never try online dating. “I’m going to stick to normal ways of dating someone. Asking someone to invite you over. That’s how I would prefer,” she confessed.
Aniston added, “I’m interested in finding a fantastic partner and living a good life and having fun with each other. That’s all we should be hoping for. It doesn’t need to be engraved. in stone in legal documents. ” More recently, rumors have circulated that Aniston and David Schwimmer were romantically linked in real life, leading Schwimmer’s rep to deny the allegations, according to Fox News. The co-stars, who played Rachel Green and Ross Geller in “Friends,” respectively, were a beloved on-screen couple but never took their romance into real life. (ANI)
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