This is my first blog in quite some time. But I haven't truly wanted to write about something in quite awhile. Something that peaked my interest as much as Ms. Jennifer Aniston.
Why you ask? I'll tell you why.
Actually, I'll show you why...
Jennifer Aniston has been linked, and married, to the likes of Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, Gerard Butler, and John Mayer among many others. Most, if not all, of the men in her life have seemed to move on to other women...most notably Brad Pitt to Angelina Jolie.
Now I will battle you to the death with the Aniston vs. Jolie argument. From what I see on this magazine cover, to what I have seen in TV and other magazines over the years, Jennifer Aniston, in my mind, is the most attractive woman in Hollywood.
Am I crazy? Maybe. But hell, this is my blog, my ideas, my comments...and ultimately, my decision. The woman is 40 years old, yes old enough to be my mother. But actually, my mother is 50...so no, Jennifer is not old enough to be MY mother, but i digress.
Sure you have Angelina Jolie, Megan Fox, Halle Berry, and countless others who I'm sure you could throw in my face that would be more "attractive" than Ms. Aniston, but I just couldn't disagree more.
But now comes to the problem of her dating life. Why is it that she can't seem to hang on to any man, excluding Brad Pitt, for an extended period of time? Maybe she is incredibly needed, or just, well...I don't know. There have been many reasons why, at least what the tabloids say, Jennifer hasn't been able to court a man for very long. But she is definitely attractive, fairly wealthy, and has played plenty of roles where she is quirky, funny...and I would hope that she's the same way in real life. I just don't understand why she is single more often than not.
This brings me to the title of my blog "Celebrity Clause." Now I'm not sure how many of you out there reading this (all 5 of you) have a significant other right now. I also don't know how many of those aforementioned even know what a celebrity clause is. If you don't, let me explain...
A "celebrity clause" in a relationship with two "normal, everyday people" like you and me is that if a celebrity of your choice came in contact with you at anytime and...well...you know the birds and the bees right? Well the "celebrity clause" prevents your significant other from frowning upon any act with the aforementioned celebrity.
Now I have recently discussed this "clause" with my girlfriend. She plainly asked if we actually need a clause like this at all. And I guess, truth be told, 99.9% of relationships, relationships like us normal folk, will never have to use the "celebrity clause"...ever. Well my response to her question was "But what happens if Jennifer Aniston reads my blog?" There wasn't much discussion of it after the fact...so I guess my "clause" is still be negotiated.
But, if the "clause" ever does become something of an agreed upon nature by me and my girlfriend (lovely and darling she is!!), Jennifer Aniston would be the only one needed in my celebrity list.
I want to send out an all points bulletin to all Hollywood men out there, at least those who aren't d-bags and will actually treat Ms. Aniston with some respect, that she seems to be an amazing catch to me and you should probably pursue the idea ASAP. Tony Romo, if you're out there, dump the blonde's and give her a shot.
So this was my first entry in quite awhile. But after seeing that magazine cover and pondering over Jennifer's dating troubles...I was drawn to come back to my place of blogging and speak out on her behalf (and hope to get a response from her PR person!).
Need I say more?