here and here). I don't know, there's something about her that rubs me up the wrong way most of the time. However, I found myself mentally high-fiving her for her recent statement "It's not luck or good genes. I work my butt of to look this good". I mean, wouldn't you be a teensy bit irritated if people said it was your "good genes" that gave you the rocking body, or that you were "naturally slim" when you're really killing yourself at the gym and refraining from stuffing your face? I would (not that it's ever gonna happen).
And it got me to thinking (twang that country guitar) - if my career depended on my looks (which let's be honest, it does for any woman in show business), how would it change my life?
- Jennifer Aniston's main beauty secret is sleep. While I agree with her 100%, it doesn't seem to happen for me as I am an incredibly light sleeper. For me to get the sleep I'd need to look fabulous, I'd have to banish the Ball & Chain to the guest bedroom, find a magic wand to make him hear kids in the middle of the night, stop all traffic and pedestrians within a half mile radius of my house, and somehow prevent the damn ducts in the wall from creaking when the heat comes on at 6.30am (which is the middle of the night as far as I'm concerned.)