Jennifer Aniston called Angelina Jolie "very uncool" in her new Vogue interview.

But when Oprah asked Jennifer on her show today about calling Jolie’s remarks about falling in love with her then-husband Brad Pitt "really uncool," her defense was that she responded to the reporter’s question.

"I basically just answered it as honestly as I could," Aniston says on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."

Yeah, because stars NEVER say "I don’t want to discuss my personal life" or "Next question."

All this comes as her film is about to open and has stirred up interest in in her divorce from Brad Pitt. And while it’s great publicity for Aniston, it’s become pretty annoying to Brad and Angelina.

Brad and Angelina were said to be “totally thrown” by Aniston’s Vogue interview, thinking she had already ”moved on … and wouldn’t want to reopen this old wound," a close source told the Chicago Sun-Times, adding that Pitt had personally called Aniston to voice his displeasure.

Aniston’s spokesman has refused to comment to the Sun-Times on the alleged Pitt call. The e-mailed response? ”That’s personal information. … That really is no one’s business.”

On Oprah today, Aniston also said that she feels she’s been "unbelievably lucky with love."

Wow, I shudder to think what her unlucky looks like.

Jennifer also insists she has no feelings of competition with her ex,
whose Oscar-buzzed movie "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" just happens to open the same darn
day (what are the chances?) as her upcoming film, "Marley and Me."

"We all want our movie to do well. … Can we have a tie?" Jennifer joked on the show. 

Hahahahaha. No, we can’t.

And surprise, guess who else showed up on Oprah today? No, besides Beyonce.

You guessed it, Jennifer’s “Marley and Me” costar Owen Wilson.

What do you think? Is Jennifer milking the Brangelina affair to boost her own box-office? Has she opened a hornets nest?

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Posted by:Elizabeth Snead