One good deed goes a long way. The relationships that are formed when people are similarly engaged in doing good deeds for others.
The History of Selena Gomez and Jennifer Aniston
That’s a maxim you can take right to the bank in any case, but it also refers to the relationships that are formed when people are similarly engaged in doing good deeds for others.
The stars from seemingly opposite sides of the life-experience tracks have been friends for over three years now after being introduced in the quintessential Hollywood way, the way that so many celebrity love stories have begun.
Gomez started off as an Aniston admirer, just like a regular person, the then-16-year-old Disney Channel star telling Just Jared Jr. after a Jen sighting at the Women in Film 2009 Crystal and Lucy Awards, “I was shaking! I ran into Jennifer in the bathroom and she goes, ‘Hi!’ My legs started to shake and I ran. I didn’t know what to do because I freaked out.
“I always say that I worship Rachel McAdams as a movie actress but for comedy—the whole reason I started my show and mannerisms, they were after Jennifer Aniston. It was so funny, they were playing clip reels of the work she’s done and I quoted the whole thing. Every single thing she’d say, I would say it. People were sitting there laughing at me and they’re like, ‘Wow, you’re obsessed.'”
Imitation is, of course, the sincerest form of flattery and, happily for both, the stars were destined to align.
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