Jennifer Aniston is not getting "revenge" on Angelina Jolie with a television comeback, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can correct this fake news story. We're told it's "ridiculous" and "not true."
The allegation comes from Celeb Dirty Laundry, which wrongly claims that Aniston is hoping to get "revenge" on Jolie with a return to the small screen in an untitled television project with Reese Witherspoon. Aniston and Witherspoon are slated to not only star in the series about morning TV shows, but they'll also executive produce the series.
Based on that real news, the often discredited CDL has concocted a tale that drags in Jolie, who famously stole Aniston's husband Brad Pitt. According to the site, for a long time Aniston was supposedly "forced" to watch Jolie land "prime movie roles," while she starred in "box office bombs." But now the "tables have turned" for the "Friends" star, maintains the blog, with Jolie's divorce providing a timely opportunity for Aniston to step back into the spotlight.
"After years of portraying the perfect Hollywood couple, Jolie and Brad Pitt's marriage failed," and after "years of being the most popular actress in Hollywood, Jolie's career is in a slump," contends the often disproven webloid, which pits the two women against each other again. "Now Jennifer can't wait until her new hit show debuts making her a star again while Angelina's career continues to flounder," concludes the outlet. Of course, CDL has no real evidence or sources to back up its flimsy claim that Aniston's return to TV is in any way a form of "revenge" against Jolie.
Additionally, much of what the untrustworthy site asserts is also inaccurate. Aniston has been in a number of successful films, and Jolie's film career is also hardly suffering. Notwithstanding those glaring errors and the absurd premise that Aniston's TV project is somehow connected to Jolie, Gossip Cop still investigated. An actual Aniston insider assures us the entire story is 100 percent "not true" and "ridiculous."
Remember, this is all coming from the same website that Gossip Cop busted for falsely reporting a few months ago that Aniston was leaving Justin Theroux for Pitt. It's also the same unreliable outlet that wrongly claimed Aniston was told to "quit Hollywood." Those were fake news stories, and the latest article that alleges Aniston's return to television is some sort of "revenge" on Jolie is equally deceitful.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.