We learn two important things from these pictures of Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux spending Christmas in Cabo.
The first is that Jennifer is most definitely not pregnant like the tabs insist every two weeks. And the second and more important thing is that now we finally know where Jennifer stands on the e-reader/book debate
I hesitate to even comment on this. It’s been confirmed at least twenty times before. Still one can hope….
Nine months of belly bump watches and maternity style comparisons between Jennifer and Princess Kate? Awesome!
Justin’s telling his friends. Jen’s really excited, too, but she’s concerned because of her age and because it’s early. She wants to make sure everything’s okay and is focusing on her health right now.”
Jen’s publicist has denied it but In Touch says an insider recently saw Jennifer and she was glowing when shopping with Justin for furniture. The magazine goes on to claim that their friends and family are thrilled, “Everyone around them is so excited. It’s the most wonderful surprise.”
Jennifer Aniston has sort of become the face of St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital over the past few years. Every year about this time, St. Jude’s starts its year end push to raise money for the iconic hospital that treats children suffering from cancer. You’ll see more mailers in your box soon and lots more celebrity commercials, but this year they are trying to go viral with this cover of the classic Beatles tune Hey Jude.
The 43-year-old joins the likes of Jon Hamm, Robin Williams, Betty White and Michael Jordan for the special music video. Jimmy Kimmel and Ellen DeGeneres also joined the celebrities involved in the initiative and can be seen belting out Hey Jude on their respective talk shows. Lots of stars participating are featured in the video with hospital patients, hanging out, chatting, and of course singing.
Robin Williams, who sings with a patient, said of his involvement: ‘Goofing around with St. Jude patient Brennan and belting out this legendary song was a great new way for me to support the mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.’
Meanwhile Michael Strahan said: ‘If you have any love in your heart … if you have kids, want to have kids, if you were a kid – which is everybody – you should support St. Jude because the work they do really is amazing.’
Not everyone had trouble hitting the high notes however, as Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum also took part.