Jennifer Aniston Hard To Be Friends With?

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Jennifer Aniston has been accused of being a "burden" by one of her closest friends, Chelsea Handler.

This is kind of a sad accusation on the surface, but Jennifer Aniston should know to take it in jest.

Chelsea handler just wants people to stop asking her about Jennifer Aniston's wedding to Justin Theroux.

"Everywhere I go, people ask me about Jennifer Aniston's wedding. Do you know what it's like to walk down a red carpet and [reporters] go 'When are Jen and Justin getting married?' like I'm in charge of that," she told HuffPost Live.

That's when Handler said she told Jennifer Aniston, "Being friends with you is a burden."

She probably gets asked about Jennifer Aniston's ever-present pregnancy rumors, as well.

However, Jennifer Aniston and a host of other friends could say that perhaps Handler, herself, is the one that is a burden.

She has admitted that she likes to expose her breasts for her friends' vacation photos, no matter how much they protest.

Despite her obnoxious vacation antics, friends like Jennifer Aniston know they can trust Handler to not expose their secrets for laughs.

While Chelsea Handler does earn her living by making fun of celebrities and their situations, Jennifer Aniston can trust the details of her wedding to her.

Chelsea won't tell.

"My friends who are really private, whether they're famous or not, I won't talk about them. I do more than a lot of them are comfortable with, but I always joke around."

"I wouldn't screw you over, I just wouldn't do that," she said.

That is sure nice of Chelsea Handler! Jennifer Aniston is lucky to have a friend like that!

What do you think? Would having a celebrity friend like Jennifer Aniston be a burden or something more like awesome?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.

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