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Jennifer Aniston in her new interview with US Weekly says this year was an amazing opportunity for her growth in self-awareness. At 51, Aniston says her past has helped build the woman she is today, through all of the ups and downs she has endured.


Talking about Aniston's journey this year and newfound perspective on life, US Weekly correspondent Christina Garibaldi shares:

"She celebrates all the good, the bad, the ugly, in her life and feels that it really defines who she is and where she's at today."

A Woman Of Growth

Ever since Aniston's breakout role playing Rachel Green in Friends, Aniston's life has been in the public eye. We have been able to see Aniston through it all, whether it be new career ventures or her dating life.

Aniston's Dating Life

Aniston has had different men a part of her dating journey. She briefly dated Adam Duritz, Counting Crows frontman, in 1995. She has also famously dated Brad Pitt in 1998 and the two got married in 2000. The two shocked the world with their split in 2005. She later dated other men, such as, Vince Vaughn, John Mayer, and tied the know with Justin Theroux in 2012, but later split in 2018.

Now, Aniston has been learning to focus on herself and her own progress. Garibaldi said:

"We hear that she has been on a few secret blind dates and has enjoyed dipping her toe back into the dating water, but nothing has really stuck yet."

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's Tragic Loss

Chrissy Teigen took to Instagram on September 30th to announce the loss of her and singer John Legend's baby, Jack, due to pregnancy complications.

John Legend is currently a judge on The Voice and the show's team has been providing his family with support and time to grieve during this sad time.

We sincerely feel for their family and all thoughts go out to their family during this tragic time.

Be sure to check out US Weekly's newest magazine issue for further scoops on celebrity news!
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