Jennifer Aniston is many things to many people.
To some, she’s America’s designated sweetheart. To others, a '90s haircut who works at a coffee shop. To one person in particular, though, she’s Jennifer Aniston: Breakup Coach, PhD.
It’s a credit you won’t see officially listed on her IMDb page, but after having gone through one of the most highly publicized breakups of the 21st century with Brad Pitt, she’s probably experienced enough on the topic to dish out the advice.
Especially to a fellow celebrity, like her cast mate Will Forte, a "Saturday Night Live" alum who also stars opposite Jennifer in the still-as-of-yet Untitled Elmore Leonard Project.
“I was going through a breakup at the time and she was so giving and really helped me through it,” Will told Yahoo! omg!
“I cannot say enough good about her,” he added. “She was just a fantastic person…She was a delight to act with as much as a delight to get to know.”
Jennifer has that kind of warmth that just radiates through a computer screen, so we’re not surprised by this whatsoever. Will should consider himself lucky to have a pretty shoulder like Jennifer's to cry on. All we've got over here is marathons of "Downton Abbey" on Netflix Instant and a pint of Phish Food with text messages from our exes sprinkled on top.
No word however if the two went cupping together to help Will release the toxicity from that past relationship.