Jennifer Aniston Is As Big Of A 'Bachelor' Fan As You Are — VIDEO
You already knew Jennifer Aniston was the best. Not necessarily just for all the glossy stuff — the great hair, the People's 2016 World's Most Beautiful Woman award, the never-not-great style, but because somehow, despite being an international superstar, she's always remained someone you could imagine going for a glass of wine (or three) with. This latest news proves that your hunch was right, because Aniston loves The Bachelor just like you. Maybe even more. The big Aniston Bachelor reveal came courtesy of her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! when the presenter asked Aniston, who he appears to know is a big Bachelor fan from personal experience, to select the women she thought would make the final cut on Nick Viall's upcoming season.
Because Aniston is awesome and has absolutely zero shame about her TV passion, she dropped some pretty big clues that this wasn't just some cute, timely television piece — this was real. Aniston's passion for The Bachelor isn't something she could have feigned, I don't think. And if you're not sure you believe me, then check out the clip below and get back to me. Don't get me wrong, Aniston is an incredible actor, but nobody's that good.
If you missed it, here are the clues that Aniston's obsessed:
"30? That's More! Isn't It Usually 27 Or 24?"
Those are some specific guesses. She's almost right — on the last season of The Bachelor there were 28 women competing.
"A Lot Of People Were Iffy About Nick"
Further evidence that Aniston knows what's up, her succinct summary of the Twittersphere's reaction to two-time runner-up Viall taking the part of the titular bachelor this time around.
"She Could Be The Olivia. Remember The Olivia?"
When she encounters one of the contestants who doesn't look very happy, she suggests that this woman "could be the Olivia." This off-the-cuff reference to Olivia Caridi, who was deemed the "villain" of Season 20, suggests Aniston knows what she's talking about.
"I'm Not Going To Jinx It"
When Kimmel asks Aniston to choose which out of her finalists she feels will actually win, the Friends alum refuses to answer. Arguably, this is the strongest sign of all that she's a true fan: She's so invested in The Bachelor that she's superstitious about the show.
If it's good enough for Aniston, it's good enough for me. Here's hoping her revelations open the celebrity endorsement floodgates and we get some more heartfelt confessions of love for everyone's favorite dating show.