Jennifer Aniston's First Thought When Justin Theroux Proposed Was Kinda Weird

Jennifer Aniston's First Thought When Justin Theroux Proposed Was Kinda Weird

It wasn't even about the ring. 

By Marianne Garvey
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Jennifer Aniston covers the October issue of Harper’s BAZAAR, revealing that her first thought when now hubby Justin Theroux proposed to her was about her nails.

“I usually just buff my nails. I don’t have the patience to let my nails dry. When Justin proposed he put that freaking ring on my finger, and I was like, ‘Holy crap, now I’m gonna have to get manicures,’” she told the mag.

She was interviewed by close friend (and best man to Justin Theroux at their wedding), Amy Sedaris, and also revealed she kind of renovated Justin’s NYC apartment completely behind his back.

“I love it. I’m getting antsy to do another project. It’s a hell of an expensive hobby, though. If I wasn’t acting, I would do that full-time… You should have seen Justin. We walked in one day after they’d been doing the demo, and he was like, ‘Holy shit. What are we doing?’ And I was like, ‘We’re redoing the house, babe. We gotta take the wall down to put up a nicer one.’ They say building houses can make or break a couple. I was so used to doing it on my own, and there were moments when I was like, ‘Don’t say no so fast.’… It wasn’t very hard because he loved whatever I brought to him.”

Jen will be working next on a TV show with Reese Witherspoon, who also played her younger sister on Friends.

“Lately all the great work has been on television. Reese was my little sister on Friends She had just given birth to Ava, who’s 18 now, so it was like, “Oh, my God, a baby with a baby!

““The kind of wonderful nostalgia of going to a movie on a date on a Friday night unfortunately has gone, it seems. Everyone is so addicted to their damn phone. Kids are watching movies on their phones or a computer. It’s sad to see the filmmaker’s and everyone’s hard work diminished down to a computer screen. But it is fun to sit in bed and binge-watch.”

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