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Jennifer Aniston Reveals She's 'Not Ashamed' Of Posing Nude At 50

Jennifer Aniston, confident as ever — and rightfully so — wants everyone to know that she isn't afraid to pose nude at 50-years-old. In fact, she loves it.

On Wednesday, "Friends" star, Jennifer Aniston, was a guest on "The Ellen Show".

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The pair discussed a number of things.

Like the possibility of Friends reboot...

Ellen displayed a recent photo that Courteney Cox posted on Instagram of the main "Friends" cast, right before the first episode ever aired.

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Smooth move, Ellen.

Get Jen feeling nostalgic and sentimental before inquiring about a Friends reboot — that's the way to go.

Jen revealed the story behind the throwback photo.

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She explained that the director of Friends took them to Vegas before the show aired in a private jet.

Fancy AF.

She then explained that she was utterly terrified in the photo because she has a fear of flying.

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"I was terrified, right there [in the photo]," she said. "Because as you know..."

"You've always been scared of flying," Ellen chimed in.

Ellen asked if there was any chance that a "Friends" reunion could be on the horizon.

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"Do a Friends reunion, okay?" Ellen said.

Jen seemed totally on board with it — but didn't exactly confirm that there will be one.

"Okay. Why not? Listen, I've told you this, I would do it," she replied.

"The girls [in the cast] would do it. The boys would do it, I'm sure."

"Listen, anything can happen," she continued.

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"Even if everybody can't do it, you can do it," Ellen shot back.

"Yes, I can do it. I can do it by myself," Jen said.

So, there you have it. There is a small possibility of a "Friends" reboot.

Just knowing that it hasn't been ruled out entirely is good enough for me.

If that doesn't make your day I don't know what will.

Anyway, Ellen asked Jen about her recent topless shoot for Harper's Bazaar.

Not everybody has the confidence to be naked on the cover of a magazine — so naturally, Ellen wanted to know how Jen felt about doing it.

She playfully asked Jen if she actually enjoys being naked on-camera.

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Without so much as batting her eyes, Jen cooly replied: "I love it."

"Well, you take very good care of yourself," Ellen said.

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"You enjoy doing activities — so you’re not ashamed of… when you’re holding your breasts like that and getting a picture taken?," Ellen questioned.

"I'm not ashamed of that," She said, reassuring Ellen.

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"No one should be," she said.

Amen to that, sister!

It's 2019 — embrace those birthday suits, people!

"Do it right now!," Ellen joked.

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"Only if you do it with me," Jen quickly fired back — forcing Ellen to take back her request.

"You just naturally are beautiful," Ellen remarked beforehand.

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"I heard that I just had a million-dollar body makeover," Jennifer replied.

She joked about how she got it done, saying, "You just sort of lift it all, and then tie it and snip it...throw it out!"

The Hollywood star has always been about body positivity.


In 2018, she starred in the Netflix movie Dumplin', which is a feel-good movie about female empowerment.

She has also publicly opened up about body shaming many times in the press.

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In 2016, she wrote her own op-ed for HuffPost about the objectification of women in tabloids.

"They're either fat-shaming, or body-shaming, or childless-shaming," she spoke of the press in an interview with Vogue.


"It’s a weird obsession that people have and I don’t understand exactly why they need to take people who are out there to entertain you, and rip them apart and bully them? Why are we teaching young women this? It’s incredibly damaging."

"I think our bodies are beautiful," Jen said in her interview with Harper's Bazaar.

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"And I think celebrating them and being comfortable in them – no matter what age you are – is important," she went on.

"There shouldn’t be any kind of shame or discomfort around it."

"I’m covering my breasticles. There’s nothing offensive out there for anyone — unless they think breasts themselves are offensive," she added.

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