Monday, March 13

Don't cry for me, Vogue readers!

Jennifer Aniston does not want our pity!
My question is, who feels sorry for this woman? Of course, it's sad when a relationship ends, and even sadder when the ex goes off and famously and publicly hooks up with someone prettier who quickly becomes pregnant with his child, but Aniston is no shrinking flower. She seems to be a strong woman who is coming off this well, and with Vince Vaughn, no less. She's moved on in her work and in her love life, witness all the movies she's cranking out, and pics of her and Vaughn in the tabloids and at the Oscar parties.
Where's this tangent coming from? In the April issue of Vogue, Aniston speaks candidly about the breakup, asks that people not make her their victim, and discusses her consideration for leaving the L.A. area, due to paparazzi. You know, it never occurred to me to make her a victim, or to even consider her as such. She so much as said in previous articles that things were not going well, and that the marriage needed to end.
And now that I think about it, the paparazzi have basically moved on, and the only person still talking about this is her. She says that she's sick of being part of this triangle, but she's the only one still actively participating in it. The cliche of "out of sight, out of mind," qualifies for a lot of things, including gossip. Stop giving the magazines quotes and sound bites, and they'll move on, too. It seems that the only person still actively considering Aniston a victim of this is Aniston herself.


Anonymous said...

Touch'e !

ddy said...

From the picture....she does not look like a happy camper.