Midlife Crisis & Site News

Jennifer-Aniston-devil-hair.jpgJennifer Aniston can't catch a break. Well, "can't catch a break" - other than being gorgeous, wealthy, successful, incredibly toned and endowed with the ass of a teenager. However, as we know, scrutiny of her love life never abates. Once the sad sack jilted wife, she dabbled for many years in the art of serial dating. Six years on, it appears she's found love again. But it can't be just any old love - it apparently has to be tainted, man-stealing, midlife crisis love. Details, via the appropriately named OMG!:

[In what may be a melodramatic mid-life crisis, the actress who perfected the art of playing the jilted girlfriend in the movies (and spurned wife in real life) may finally be molting her victim costume. At 42, Jennifer Aniston is morphing from "The Good Girl" into a more self-assured mature woman whose mantra seems to be "Don't mess with me." In her new comedy "Horrible Bosses," Aniston even plays a degrading dentist who sexually harasses her male employee and uses language that would make Tracy Morgan blush.

Although a man in a mid-life crisis might buy a red sports car and dangle a 20-something dish from his arm, the once amiable Aniston is displaying different symptoms of this chronological syndrome. Here are some signs of the aging actress's mid-life crisis:

86ing her long locks, inking her her foot, playing a mean role and...stealing someone's boyfriend!

Though her fans bristled when Angelina Jolie borrowed her husband Brad Pitt and forgot to give him back, Jennifer Aniston may have pulled the same stunt in her latest relationship with Justin Theroux. The latest Aniston beau was involved with his live-in girlfriend Heidi Bivens for 14 years before he hooked up with his "Wanderlust" co-star. A source told the New York Post, "Heidi is heartbroken. She was completely blindsided. She and Justin had been together for years, they had a home. Then he met Jennifer and everything changed."]

She cut her hair and is playing against type in a film? Holy shit, arrest her! Frankly, the evidence is in... and this juror says "not guilty." [In no way meant to reference the Casey Anthony verdict.] Living life to it's fullest and falling in love are wonderful events. Let her have her fun! Hey, if society can have double standards about women, why can't I have mine about Aniston vs. Jolie? 

Meanwhile, in site news: There will be new posts regularly on PLP, but not daily. And, as I've mentioned before, I'm swinging away from celebrity gossip and focusing on other areas of entertainment. This is no longer a daily gossip website - see Panty Pals below for suggestions, if you're looking for that. PLP will focus on movie reviews (via MovieBoozer), reality television synopsis (Audrina and My Fair Brady) and other things I'm passionate about (like the ridiculously adorable Canadian TV program, Instant Star). Hopefully it will strike a chord. But, much like the other Jennifer, I have to stop worrying about what others think and follow my bliss. Only then will we all truly be entertained. 

[Photo Credit: Devil may care!]

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