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Jennifer Aniston is making the promotional rounds for her latest movie, “We’re the Millers” and stopped by “The Talk” Wednesday (August 7) for a little discussion about weddings and strippers.
It seems there are reports going around that Aniston’s wedding to fiance Justin Theroux has been called off. Jen assures that isn’t the case, because “there was no wedding planned.” She says the wedding being called off was something created by tabloids to sell magazines. “It’s not interesting, the story of we’re just really happy and in love and feel like we’re married and eventually we’re going to get married when we can find the time.”
As for her stripping in “We’re the Millers,” Aniston reveals preparing for the role was sometimes difficult. “I had actually come out, just two months prior, from having knee surgery,” she says, “and I was having to do these intense squats and the moves that you do when you’re stripping.” 
Jen says she was in a knee brace up until the scenes were shot and got into shape with a combination of yoga and working out with a trainer she says was “an animal.” “I was doing things where I was like, ‘I don’t want to do any of that ever again’.”

She also says there was lots of underwear involved. “I had three thongs, three bras. You know, if something’s going to fly out at that point, three of them aren’t going to stop it.” Aniston also give strippers credit, as she explains, “It’s not easy to get naked in front of other people that you don’t want to be naked in front of.”
If it’s any consolation, it looks like the work payed off. Check out the interview clips below:

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