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Jennifer Aniston Gets Stuck on Eyeballs When Discussing Fiance

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The stars at a recent premier. Photo via Getty.
The stars at a recent premier. Photo via Getty.

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Jennifer Aniston has a hard time explaining her deep love for fiance Justin Theroux. At a party for Theroux to celebrate his new Details cover, Aniston attempted to put her affection into words and things got a little weird; maybe she was a few drinks in? It started okay. "He's so graceful and utterly kind and golden," she said to a WWD reporter. Then: "It is amazing. He's just so beautiful and handsome to me, and I love that his eyeballs are so beautifully captured because those eyes just knock me out every day. He just gets better every year. He's just like a lost gem in the sand, and he's just always been there and been brilliant, and now this is just in a different light."

Aniston's friend Courtney Cox, who was also in attendance, lauded him with less bizarre compliments, saying, "He's so handsome and cool." Meanwhile, Details' EIC went the creepy route, talking about how "bananas" Theroux's body is. Moral of the story: He's a gem in the eyeballs of life. Get on board.
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