Perennial girl next door Jennifer Aniston...a monstrous "diva?" This is the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad case, according to a report from RadarOnline anyway, which insists Jennifer's onset behavior is cold, off-putting, and not the Jennifer we've come to want to get coffee with at the Central Perk tucked away in our minds all these years.
"Her behavior is a clear indicator to everyone that she's not approachable," a source told RadarOnline.
At the center of the source's claims? Jennifer's super unsocial eating schedule.
Apparently, while shooting her new film in Connecticut, the A-lister doesn't interact with the film crew and her co-stars—of which include "other famous faces like Isla Fisher, Tim Robbins and Will Forte"—preferring to take her daily break away from the cafeteria. Instead she spends it in the comfort of her private luxury trailer miles away from set.
How can we ever watch "Friends" again knowing Rachel isn't all that friendly? Does this mean we'll actually have to go out on weekends and make small talk with real people now instead of hanging with Ross, Chandler, Joey, Rachel, Phoebe, and Monica? Please say it ain't so!
Oh, it isn't so? Like, at all?
"She is having an extraordinary fun time making the film and adores working with John Hawkes and all the other actors," Jennifer's rep told Hollyscoop. "She does sometimes eat lunch fast, but that is because she runs lines and rehearses with the actors that she has scenes with that day."
"Also Isla Fisher hasn’t even started to work on the film yet. She is also a client and starts work this week so they are just making it up. It is completely false."
So, there you have it. An observation blown way out of proportion by someone on set who probably asked Jennifer one day if she was having a good day and she replied, "Yeah" with a curt smile instead of replying, "Yeah, today's the best day ever, the best in my entire life actually, thank you for asking, here's my personal cell phone number, let's catch a movie later!" with every single one of her teeth showing.
By this standard, the majority of the American workforce who prefer to take their lunch breaks solo and play Temple Run on their phones must be "divas."