MAG: Jennifer Aniston Staging Weight Intervention for Demi Moore

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By Michael Lewittes


“Save 90-lb Demi!” blares another alarmist headline from the National Enquirer, which claims Jennifer Aniston is “rallying Demi Moore‘s A-list pals to intervene before the distraught Ghost star starves herself to death.”

According to “insiders” for the tabloid, Aniston decided to stage the strictly “A-list” intervention after she noticed her fellow Five director’s weight plummeting in the wake of Ashton Kutcher‘s cheating scandal. One of these supposed sources for the mag explains, “Jen watched Demi go from fun-loving, confident and outgoing to withdrawn, depressed and bone-thin,” and that’s why she enlisted the help of Moore’s friends, Salma Hayek and Lucy Lui.

“Jen, Salma and Lucy told Demi that she needs professional counseling in addition to the guidance she’s getting from Kabbalah,” says the source, adding, “They’ve also urged her to hire a nutritionist and personal trainer.” The ladies’ ultimate goal is “to build Demi back up into the vibrant, vital person she once was,” notes the insider.

The Enquirer‘s trusty source explains that Aniston has taken Moore under her wing because she experienced a similar devastation when Brad Pitt left her for Angelina Jolie. “With the help of close friends, Jen put the pieces of her life back together,” relates the source, adding, “Now she’s helping Demi do the same.” And now that Moore has finally decided to file for divorce from Kutcher, Aniston has supposedly taken to checking in on her regularly, “calling her in the morning with cheery greetings like, ‘Rise and shine, sunshine!'”

Did she also decorate Moore’s room with rainbows and unicorns? The tabloid’s tale all sounds very nice, but unfortunately it’s all made up. A rep for Aniston tells Gossip Cop the story is a “complete fabrication.”

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