Jennifer Aniston Opens Up About Infertility

Louis Tomlinson on success… Dave Chappelle is back on SNL… Rihanna’s boycott… Congrats Lainey Wilson… and Jennifer Aniston opens up about infertility

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I don’t think anyone would debate the fact that Harry Styles has been the most successful member of One Direction since they “went on a break” in 2016. And while promoting his second studio album “Faith in the Future” — which comes out tomorrow — Louis Tomlinson told “Telegraph” that he’d be lying if he said Harry’s success didn’t bother him at first. He said it was “only ‘cos I didn’t know where to place myself, and really my only point of reference was other members of the band. But it’s not surprising to me that Harry’s the most commercially successful because he really fits the mold of a modern star. He’s not just doing music, he’s got film as well, and the tour he’s done is unbelievable. It took me a while to work out where I stand.” But Louis said he has nothing but pride for what Harry’s doing, who he considers to be a brother.

Dave Chappelle is hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. According to Page Six, some of the writers are boycotting the episode because of Dave’s transphobic and homophobic jokes. The source said, however, that none of the actors are boycotting. And if you remember, SNL made history this year when they announced they were hiring their first non-binary cast member, Molly Kearney. Molly hasn’t said anything about Dave hosting — at least not publicly. But despite what Page Six’s source said, Dave’s rep told them that there was no talk of a writer boycott when they had their writers’ meetings this week. His rep said everyone was pitching ideas and they all seemed very excited about it.

Rihanna’s “Savage x Fenty Vol. 4” fashion show dropped on Netflix yesterday. We found out last week that Johnny Depp was going to appear in the show, which got a lot of negative reaction on social media. This who believe Johnny abused Amber Heard began calling for a boycott of Rihanna’s lingerie and beauty lines. And her now former brand ambassador Olly Alexander vowed to never wear Savage x Fenty again. With all the negativity, did Rihanna cave to pressure and edit Johnny out? Nope. And you can follow the backlash online if you follow #AbuserXFenty. However, Rihanna does have some support. As one person tweeted, “Real survivors recognize real survivors. #ThankYouRihanna”

Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning hosted the CMA Awards last night, which ended up being a huge night for Lainey Wilson. She non only won New Artist of the Year, Lainey also won Female Vocalist of the Year. That was a huge upset which surprised a lot of people, including Carrie Underwood, who apparently had a hard time hiding it on her face. Among the other big winners last night, Chris Stapleton won Male Vocalist of the Year. Vocal Duo of the Year went to Brothers Osbourne, and for the fifth time, Old Dominion won Vocal Group of the Year. The night’s biggest award — Entertainer of the Year — went to Luke Combs, who also won Album of the Year for “Growin’ Up.”

Jennifer Aniston exposes a lot of herself on the cover and in the interview for the December issue of “Allure.” While promoting her hair care line LolaVie, Jennifer addressed dealing with years and years of tabloid headlines speculating whether or not she was FINALLY pregnant. Jennifer said it was especially difficult because she was struggling with infertility. She said, “I was trying to get pregnant….I was going through IVF, drinking Chinese teas, you name it. I was throwing everything at it. I would have given anything if someone had said to me, ‘Freeze your eggs. Do yourself a favor.’ You just don’t think it.” But now that she’s 53, Jennifer said, “The ship has sailed. I actually feel a little relief now because there’s no more, ‘Can I?’ I don’t have to think about that any more.” She also addressed the hurtful rumors that Brad Pitt left her because she chose her career over giving him babies. She said, “It was absolute lies.” Jennifer is very happy with her life today. She told “Allure,” “I would say my late 30s, 40s, I’d gone through really hard s***, and if it wasn’t for going through that, I would’ve never become who I was meant to be. That’s why I have such gratitude for all those s***ty things. Otherwise, I would’ve been stuck being this person that was so fearful, so nervous, so unsure of who they were. And now, I don’t (BLANKING) care.”


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