Jennifer Aniston denies adoption rumors and gets vibrating birthday gift


When Ellen asked the actress if she intended to adopt another dog, Jen replied with a touch of humor, “I think you’re confusing that with the Mexican child I’m supposedly adopting,” then added, “No, I’m not adopting a Mexican child … I’m not adopting any children.”

The famous presenter tackled the subject as Aniston plays the role of Katherine, a single mother in her upcoming film The Mytho alongside Adam Sandler.

Last week, the actress’ rep formally denied the adoption rumors in a statement to People magazine: “It is completely false. Jennifer is not adopting a baby from Mexico, nor does she have a nursery in her home and she has not hired a nanny. It is all a work of fiction.”

The interview also included a surprise gift for Aniston, who turns 42 next Friday.

Ellen pulled out a strange gimmick and explained to her that she originally bought the gift for her wife, Portia de Rossi.

As the two women started to stuff the pads inside their bras, Jennifer told the audience: “I never thought I’d tell Ellen to unbutton my blouse”, to which the host replied: “Oh yes you did.”

When the vibrations started, the star yelped and asked, “Am I getting milked? What’s happening?”

“Isn’t that lovely? It will enhance you,” Ellen said but the actress was less enthousiast: “I don’t want to be enhanced,” before Ellen added: “Yes, you do.”

Jennifer also talked about a meeting with blogger Perez Hilton, who has always been very critical about her.

The latter, whose real name is Mario Lavandeira, was stopped by the actress while he was at a gas station in Los Angeles. Jennifer says the talk had a positive impact on Hilton.

“It was one of those great moments. It was a lovely meeting and I was just like, ‘Why are you so mean?’ There’s something really great about putting a human being in front of another human being and then the reality that those words, even if it’s for humor or effect or whatever, there’s a human being behind all of that. … And he’s kept it up too, which is good. … I say good for him and keep it up,” she said.