Jennifer Aniston Alleged TV “Curse Off” With Angelina Jolie Is F*ckin’ Bullsh*t

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Jennifer Aniston Angelina Jolie Curse Off

By Michael Lewittes


Jennifer Aniston Angelina Jolie Curse Off

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A new published report claiming Jennifer Aniston wants to have a “curse off” with Angelina Jolie on national television is by far the most f*cking ridiculous piece of sh*t story we’ve read in a long time. According to the National Enquirer, after Aniston participated in a hilarious “Celebrity Curse Off” against Lisa Kudrow on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on November 24, the actress “secretly okayed” Kimmel to book Jolie for a “Curse Off.” As Gossip Cop has previously noted, the gist of the contest is two stars take turns blurting out curse words, and the first to offer a word or phrase that’s not an expletive loses.

Anyway, the tabloid claims Aniston “started thinking how hysterical it’d be for her and Angie to spew obscenities face-to-face! …The more Jen imagined it, the funnier it seemed.” One of the magazine’s d*ckhead sources is quoted as saying that Aniston told Kimmel, “If you can get Angie to do it, I’m in.” The late-night talk show host is now so excited about this, alleges the Enquirer, he’s “sweetened” the deal by having the Aniston-Jolie “Celebrity Curse-Off” raise money for some dumba** charity.

As absurd as the Enquirer story is, Gossip C*ck, uh, Cop checked in with sources connected to the show who said the magazine’s story is complete bullsh*t. Of course, we’re not surprised this report is made up. The tabloid has a rich history of manufacturing stories about Aniston, including fabricating a tale about her getting a facelift before squaring off with Jolie at George Clooney’s wedding (uh, neither of them attended), as well as claiming she was furious with Liv Tyler — Justin Theroux’s co-star on “The Leftovers” — for talking on “Watch What Happens Live” about his “large” d*ck.

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