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Jennifer Aniston Doesn't Like Motorcycles, So Justin Theroux Got a New Sidekick

By Cindy Davis | Celebrity | October 16, 2015 |

By Cindy Davis | Celebrity | October 16, 2015 |

Newlywed and The Leftovers star Justin Theroux appeared on The Ellen Show, and of course there was a lot of talk about his big, secret wedding to Jennifer Aniston. Theroux admitted their plan to keep the ceremony under wraps wasn’t exactly well-thought out; after some invited guests turned down the couple’s fake birthday party invitation, they were forced to admit the truth to those people so they wouldn’t miss out. That resulted in two groups of attendees, with some folks showing up dressed casually (flip flops and shorts) because they thought they were coming to a barbecue, and others gussied up for the actual event. Oh, just think of the fun stories they’ll be able to tell the grandch…wait, did you not know JEN IS PREGNANT WITH TWIN GIRLS AND JUSTIN CRIED?!!! (She’s finally a real girl!) It’s true, you guys; I saw it in line at the Target store:


So, obviously Jennifer can’t ride on the back of Justin’s motorcycle anymore, not that she ever liked it in the first place. As Ellen mentions on her show, Justin loves riding, so she arranged JT a new companion for those long, lonely nights rides. Now, you might think something like this would just be one of those funnyweird Ellen moments you’d barely pay notice to, but after she gives Theroux his new blow-up doll, something very creepy happens, something that made me feel uncomfortable. Something happened that made me wonder what goes on when Jen’s not around:

Is it just me, or did he have a little too much fun with that — does it seem like he’s had some practice voicing inanimate women?


I really, really, really hope Ellen took that doll away.

Watch the full segment here.

Cindy Davis, (Twitter)

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