Is Jennifer Aniston (51) planning to flee Hollywood for good and disappear from the spotlight? The actress would actually consider it. Aniston himself said this during a conversation with actor Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett for their podcast. “I have to say that that did indeed occur to me in the last two years, which has never happened before,” it said candidly. According to Aniston’s close friends, she is determined to start a new chapter.
According to Jennifer Aniston, about two years ago she suddenly got the impulse to want to do something different, after a very negative experience on the set of a film that she does not want to mention. “I was totally unprepared for it,” she says. “I was like, wow, what was that? It sucked all the life out of me and I said, “Never again!” Actually, I don’t know if this is what interests me. ”
Aniston also indicated that she wants to make a career switch: if she left the entertainment world, she resolutely opts for interior design and architecture. “I love it, it makes me genuinely happy. An interior is really a ‘happy place’ for me ”, she noted. Although this confession comes as no surprise to her environment: according to close friends, Aniston has come out of her shell in the last six months and is ready to show that new personality to the world.
“She has become a completely different person in 2020,” Us Weekly said. “She’s really opening up and that’s exciting. She is happier than ever. In the past, she would have concealed certain things, such as her difficult childhood or the trauma she suffered from her divorce. But Jen believes in the power of therapy, certain philosophies have allowed her to change her attitude significantly. From now on it’s all about openness, honesty and being peaceful. It’s like a fresh start. ”
“It would be unfair to say that Jen was stuck in the past, but she certainly didn’t have the confidence and positivity she has now,” he continues. “Of course she still feels grief and regret about some of the things that happened, Jennifer is only human. But for the most part, Jen celebrates all aspects of her life – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Because it all determines who she is and where she is today. ”