Model accuses columnist of writing articles which 'demean and criticise' women and black people
Both Aniston and Cheryl have endured endless media fascination about their body, love life and fertility status
'For the record, I am not pregnant,' writes Aniston. 'I am fed up'
'I'm fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of journalism, the First Amendment and celebrity news'
The twins who played Ross and Rachel's accidental baby are now 13-years-old
Friends defined audiences' view of a good sitcom in the nineties
It is hoped that all six cast members will be 'in the same room at the same time'
If it sounds too interesting to be true, it probably is
Fashion: Go the YMC way for autumn cool
Box-office smash The Hunger Games fought off rivals to pick-up four of the eight gongs it was nominated for at this year’s MTV Movie Awards.
Are autistic children and dementia sufferers suitable subjects for Louis Theroux? As the presenter moves away from celebrities, he answers Simon Usborne’s questions on privacy, BBC pay - and Jennifer Aniston
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Readers review this week's big film
After years of playing Rachel in Friends, followed by a never-ending stream of formulaic rom-coms, Jennifer Aniston tells Gill Pringle she has found a new drill
Ben Walsh previews the best reasons to swap the sunscreen for the big screen this summer
Adam Sandler plays a plastic surgeon who, for some stupid reason, tells his unfeasibly attractive new girlfriend that he has an ex-wife, and then, for some other stupid reason, persuades his assistant, Jennifer Aniston, to pretend to be said ex.