Jennifer Aniston not afraid to speak her mind

US actress Jennifer Aniston admitted she is not afraid to speak what she feels, after TV presenter Billy O’Reilly pounded her comments of single motherhood.

O’Reilly retorted to the former Friends star’s remark, that "women are realising, more and more knowing, they don't have to settle with a man just to have a child," by saying her comment is “destructive to society.”

In her recent film The Switch, Aniston plays a woman who decides to get pregnant by artificial insemination. The film premiered in Los Angeles, where the 41-year old actress said there was no point worrying about what the media thinks at her age.

"You eventually let go of the worry about it," she said, "Because, if you are going to speak every word that comes out of your mouth based on what the media is going to respond to it, I would be exhausted to no end."

Aniston stars alongside Jason Bateman in the film, which plays her best friend Wally that ends up switching the sperm of her preferred donor with his own at her insemination party.

Actress Juliette Lewis also stars in The Switch as Aniston’s best buddy, who also shared a relationship with her ex-husband Brad Pitt.

Juliette said about Aniston "There's an obvious history we share but while we didn't share stories about Brad, we did have an instant connection and mutual affection. I love her."

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Ernest Baldacchino
Bill Oreilly is correct. What message is she sending to young women? The out of wed-lock births in this country is extremely high now. No woman should have a child until she can afford them on her own - Jennifer of all people should know about men running out on their wives and then leaving them. It is for sure she can afford to take care of a baby on her own but it is not so with hundreds of thousands of young girls who get pregnant and then can't give them financial security, emotional security and all of the other things children need. As a R.N. and a mother of 3 children--I know.