Jennifer Aniston Agrees To Raffle Off The Bikini Swimsuit She Wore In Two of Her Films

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 13 March 2020

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An unidentified close friend of Aniston's noted that the blonde beauty still pines for ex-husband Brad Pitt.

HOLLYWOOD – Jennifer Aniston has always been one of the true darlings of Tinsel Town.

Bedroom Pillow Talk’s Carolina Chipotle talked with the former "Cheers" star at the Cafe La French Fry where they both had the Escargots Au Qui Qui.

Jenn confessed that like everyone she is worried about the Coronavirus and hopes that the “Tweet Creep” who resides in the White House starts to pay as much attention to this pandemic crisis as he does to his first job namely golfing each and every day.

The 51-year-old blonde disclosed that she has agreed to raffle off the bikini swimsuit that she wore in two of her motion pictures. She stated that all proceeds will go to Coronavirus research

Aniston told Carolina that Melania Trump called her up last week and asked her for advice on how to deal with the nation’s #1 bully, her hubby “The Va Jay Jay Grabber.”

Jenn giggled as she said that she told Mel, as Donald Jr., calls her, to simply tell him that if he doesn’t tone down his mean hateful rhetoric he will have to turn to Kellyanne Conway if he wants to have sex.

Melania laughed so hard that she dropped her cell phone. She then told Jenn that she should see Conway without makeup. She paused for a moment and said that he old hag looks like a bowl of three-day old oatmeal.

Aniston told Miss Chipotle that along with the bikini swimsuit she will also throw in her private cell phone number.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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