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Jennifer Aniston Channels Streisand’s Funny Girl (But Not Her Nose)

by | 5th, August 2010

JENNIFER Aniston is exactly what would happen to Barbra Streisand if she mojo-ed her hair, got a few new noses, had never hit a note, never had children, leant to cup her naked breasts and look sexless and wasn’t shagging Brad Pitt.

Harper’s Bizarre spotted the spooky similarities and Jen agreed to appear as Streisand in the pages of the esteemed organ. Jen piled up her hair, flashbacked to an old nose and began to talk:

Aniston has learnt from Barbra that: “You don’t have to stop at one thing. You can do it all if you want to.”

You might not do it all well. But you can do it all. Neither woman has invaded Bolivia, worked as doctor or ridden a donkey to Mecca. But they can – and is what matters.

It gets better:

“[Barbra and I] are people who have been put in the spotlight, for better or for worse, and you just keep riding, and you keep overcoming.”

Why so passive Jen. Do you not ant the spotlight. Best tell your agent. Or change horses.

“Barbra inspires me because there isn’t anything she hasn’t done that she wanted to do, especially as a female in the time when her generation was prime.”

Is she speaking in tongues? If so, knock it off the list of things she can do.

“She’s a true renaissance woman. . . I had a long conversation with Barbra about directing because I directed a short a couple years ago, and if I don’t do it again soon, I’m going to burst out of my skin. And we also love interior design.”

And walking frogs on leads in Phuket. Don’t forget that other shared passion, Jen…

“People laugh at me. Sometimes I know why, and sometimes I don’t.”

See above, Jen:

“But I can pretty much find humor in anything. That is a necessary part of life. I don’t want to say laughter is healing, because it sounds corny, but it’s a release.”

He-he-ho-ho-ha! Thank for the memories, Jen…

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