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It’s Official: Jennifer Aniston Is the Sexiest Woman of All Time

Photo: Jennifer Aniston at The ELLE 18th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute in October

Er. Well, hmm. I can almost buy that Jennifer Aniston is the sexiest lady of all time. I mean, it’s pretty easy to forget about her turns in Office Space and The Good Girl, never mind ol’ fresh-faced Rachel on “Friends.” Plus, Jen has great hair—maybe the best hair.

Anyway. Aniston was crowned the Sexiest Woman of All Time by Men’s Health, with Brit-Brit, Madonna, and Marilyn (not Lindsay) also ranking in the top five. And it was according to a poll! Democracy at work, kids.

And who does Aniston pick as the sexiest woman ever? “It’s a tie between Brigitte Bardot and Gloria Steinem,” she says. “But if I had to choose one, I’d say Gloria because, well, she’s the full package. That’s sexy.” Aw! Jen’s a feminist, too!

Obviously, I think Debbie Harry is the Sexiest Woman of All Time. Or Harriet Tubman. Or Joan of Arc. Or the Virgin Mary. But if I had to choose one, I’d say Debbie.

Who would you have chosen as the hottest lady ever? Meet me in the comments section for a pow-wow.

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Watch This: Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Milk a Goat

Photo: Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux milk a goat in 'Wanderlust'

If I’m not mistaken—AND I SELDOM AM—Jennifer Aniston and boyfriend Justin Theroux first met on the set of Wanderlust. And when I see them together with the, uh, the goat (pictured), I can finally understand how those sparks first flew.

I am pretty excited about Wanderlust. Maybe the trailer itself is a little lackluster, but the movie is directed by David Wain, through whose veins run pure absurdist gold. (Sorry, I can damn near recite Wet Hot American Summer from heart.) Plus, it stars Paul Rudd! Hmmmm. Now that I think of it, Jen and Paul also costarred in The Object of My Affection—not that anybody remembers the mid-90s anymore. Ah, well.

Anyway, check out the trailer. I spy Ken Marino and Kerri Kenney (both “The State” alumni), and shapeshifting Justin Theroux is nigh unrecognizable as a member of a commune:

(Image via CNN.)

Quotables: Jennifer Aniston’s Trying to be Bad Like Her New Boyfriend

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“I threw a chair at a director. It wasn’t my proudest moment. He was treating a script supervisor horribly… When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, ‘You can’t speak to people like that.’ I can’t tolerate it.”

So, um, you threw a chair at him, girlfriend? You don’t think that was, maybe, at all too dramatic? Couldn’t you have just spoken to him? Embarrassed him in front of his and your peers? Walked off set to make a statement? Advised the script supervisor to quit that shit? Don’t you think you’re kind of old for that kind of theatric? Shouldn’t you leave this kind of stuff to the seasoned pros like Lindsay Lohan? Or just maybe someone who’s a little bit younger and less mature. I don’t know. Did Justin put you up to this? Did he say that this, combined with your recent black-and-leather-wearing, will give you the street-tough cred that he so gets off on?

I know there’s a lot of questions here for you to answer, but if there’s anything you’ve got tons of lately, it’s time, right?

Brad Pitt Keeps Talking About Jennifer Aniston

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It all started when Brad made that comment about Jennifer Aniston, you know, the one where he basically said that his life wasn’t that interesting when he was married to her. Which was a totally fair statement, I think, but, of course, everyone got all upset because Jennifer is supposed to be America’s sweetheart, I think, and how could he be so mean like that? And then Brad was like “no, no, what I said was interpreted all wrong, Jen is so awesome.” You’d think that would be the end of it, but no. Brad is still apologizing.

In a Today show interview that will air Thursday, the actor continued to explain why he said, “It became very clear to me that I was intent on trying to find a movie about an interesting life, but I wasn’t living an interesting life myself. I think that my marriage had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn’t.”

Says Pitt to Lauer: “I don’t know what was pieced together or put together. All I know is that my point was, the best thing I’d done as a father is be sure that my kids have a good mother.”

“That’s all I was, or am, trying to say,” adds Pitt. “It has no reference to the past. And I think it’s a shame that I can’t say something nice about Angie without Jen being drug in. You know, she doesn’t deserve it.”

Pitt goes on, “I don’t wanna be encumbered by any of that. I know my intentions, and I know what I believe, and I know things get misconstrued, and I know there’s a good cycle and a good story to say we’re splitting up. And then when we don’t, they say we’ve come together again, it’s another new cycle, and then there’s a secret wedding. ‘No, that was put on hold because they’re upset.’ It’s, you know, that’s– I live outside of that, and it’s much healthier.”

When Lauer asked Pitt about the statement he released to The Hollywood Reporter and other outlets clarifying his comments, Pitt says, “I don’t want them to say anything bad like that about Jen. She’s a dear friend of mine.”

It seems like Brad really is getting an insane amount of shit for seemingly saying something negative about Jennifer Aniston, and that is so bizarre to me. I mean, it’s Jennifer Aniston, it’s not like Brad Pitt rained on Taylor Swift‘s parade at the VMAs or something. He mentioned a marriage that ended six years ago. Can we let this go already?

Let’s Look at Some Photos of the Happy Couple, Brad and Angelina

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With all of this new Jennifer Aniston-relationship-bombshell stuff going on surrounding Brad Pitt lately, I thought it appropriate to show some photos of him in his element, i.e., with his non-wife wife, Angelina Jolie.

See, a lot of you guys had some pretty strong reactions to Brad’s recent comments about his former life with Jennifer Aniston. Some were kind of like this:

“Brad’s scum—always thought so, always will.”

Ooh. Harsh.

Then, there were others like this:

“I really used to like Brad Pitt, but the way he and Angelina try to hurt Jennifer after all these years has caused me to change my opinion of both of them, or should I say “Brangelina”. I live in Michigan, far from the glamour of Hollywood, but I think that town and all that money has caused people to become insensitive and morally bankrupt. After Jen and Brad broke up she kept her thoughts to herself for a very long time. She showed a lot of class and courage. I think I would have been curled up in the fetal position, crying hysterically and then I would probably hunt them down and make the biggest scene ever. I am sure the police would at some point have to intervene. And now Angelina tried to get the part in a new movie starring Justin Theroux. How junior high school is that? They need to just stop trying to rub their affair in her long ago healed wound. Oh, btw, stop dragging your kids around all over the globe. They need some place to call home.”

But my favorite so far was probably this:

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Brad Pitt Tries to Backtrack on Those Jennifer Aniston Remarks

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Remember Brad Pitt said this yesterday about ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston, more or less calling her sadsack ass dull?:

“ … I wasn’t living an interesting life myself. I think that my marriage [to actress Jennifer Aniston] had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn’t.”

Well, he’s changing his mind. Now he’s saying that his quote was misinterpreted, and that he actually meant that she was wonderful, amazing, talented, and whatever else her emotional training coach forced Brad to say to the public or face the wrath of bitter tears and a new boyfriend’s heinous beard. Example:

“It grieves me that this was interpreted this way. Jen is an incredibly giving, loving, and hilarious woman who remains my friend. It is an important relationship I value greatly. The point I was trying to make is not that Jen was dull, but that I was becoming dull to myself — and that, I am responsible for.”

But what about the part about pretending that the marriage was something that it wasn’t? Or that that directly had something to do with his life being “dull,” as he said? I’m glad he “clarified” for us, but I’m not really sure exactly what it is that he clarified.