Jennifer Aniston Would Trade Bodies With Gisele Bundchen, Watches The Voice

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston opened up about some of her favorite foods, shows, and vices in a recent interview.  J. Countess/WireImage

Jennifer Aniston, she's just like us! The Horrible Bosses 2 star, 45, opened up to in a recent interview about some of her favorite vices and biggest pet peeves.

Justin Theroux's fiancee admitted that she would eat nachos even after they'd fallen on the ground. 

"I fry the chips myself," she revealed. "Just take a tortilla, cut it into triangles, and throw 'em in coconut oil." 

She also loves yoga, exercise, and meditation, but if she could switch bodies with one person for a day, she definitely would. 

"Would I have to give it back?" she joked. "I'd love to be able to ski like a crazy person, like Lindsey Vonn. Then I'd also like to have Gisele [Bundchen]'s body, just 'cuz, why not?"

When it comes to vices, Aniston is known for her sensational Bloody Marys. 

"It's actually just Mr. & Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix!" the former Friends star revealed. "It's very trailer trash. But it's the amount of lime, a splash of olive juice and a couple of other secrets I can't give away."

She's also a fan of the reality competition shows The Voice and America's Got Talent

"The auditions really kind of are fabulous," she admitted. But one thing Aniston can't stand is when her friends sing along to songs on the radio. 

"Oh my God, I hate it," she said. "I like to hear the song — don't sing it. Please! I'd record you to sing it if I wasted to hear you sing it." Take notes, Courteney Cox, it seems like she means business!

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