Jennifer Aniston is a HUGE Bachelor fan and holds viewing parties at her $21M Bel Air mansion, her hairstylist claims

JENNIFER Aniston is a HUGE Bachelor fan and holds viewing parties at her $21million Bel Air mansion, claims her hairstylist.

Jennifer, 52, is "definitely a fan" confirmed Justin Anderson, who has been coloring the Friend superstar's hair for years.

He revealed the inside scoop on the Click Bait with Bachelor Nation podcast, explaining the actress has invited him over to binge on the hit reality show.

"It's so funny because when I would do The Bachelor people and I would post it to social media, Jennifer Aniston, the next time I would see her she's like, 'Wait did you just meet so-and-so?'

"I will admit that a few times I got invited to go over to Jennifer Aniston's house to watch The Bachelor.

"It's not a secret. I hope it's not!"

Talking to Access Hollywood about her favorite TV guilty pleasure at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Jennifer mused: "It's The Bachelor. I'm not gonna lie. It's a train wreck!

When asked if she felt sorry for the women, she scoffed: "Have you seen them?

"You can't feel bad for them. They've done that to themselves just to entertain us."

Jennifer may be forced to look elsewhere for her guilty pleasure viewing in the future.


According to Bachelorette star Blake Horstmann, the show could end up being canceled after Michelle Young’s season due to racism scandal.

The Bachelorette alum, 32, predicted that the controversy surrounding Chris Harrison will drive away fans and cause ratings to "plummet".

Former host Chris was fired after defending contestant Rachael Kirkconnell's attendance at a "racist" plantation-style party in 2018.


lake gave his thoughts on the dating show when asked during an Instagram Q&A if he thinks it will "last forever".

The Bachelor In Paradise alum said: "I mean no, because nothing lasts forever.

"Bold statement here… I think there won't be another Bachelor season," adding, "I think it's gonna end after Michelle [Young]."

 

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