Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Jennifer Aniston kinda offended Dolly Parton by naming a dog after her

Jennifer Aniston kinda offended Dolly Parton by naming a dog after her

"He was more excited that I was going to do a movie with her than he was that I got the chance to write all this music".

Jennifer Aniston's "mouth dropped" after Dolly Parton revealed her husband Carl fantasises about a threesome with his wife and the actress.

Yet the set-up somehow works reasonably well in "Dumplin'", a Netflix movie that weaves Dolly Parton songs throughout the story and casts Jennifer Aniston as the mom.

"My husband is insane about her", she told the host. "My husband is insane about her, and he was more excited that I was going to do a movie with her than he was that I got the chance to write all this music".

Dolly Parton recently appeared on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. "See, I think he kinda fantasizes, like, a threesome with us".

While speaking with USA Today, Murder Mystery movie actress noted that she found Dolly's comment to be both comical and par for her sense of humour.

Aniston's role nicely suits her, although the pageant portion of the proceedings drags on too long.

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"And I thought, oh God have I insulted her?"

Dolly watched the recording session as Aniston and Macdonald did their best to add their singing voices to her tracks, encouraging them with her trademark positivity. No one in the world can get away with saying anything like that about their partner on live television, except Dolly.

"That was just talk-show fodder", she concluded.

The Along Came Polly actress added to her glitzy ensemble with strappy heels and chandelier earrings for some added pizzazz.

The upcoming musical comedy film, Dumplin', is directed by Anne Fletcher and is based on the YA novel of the same name by Julie Murphy.

"Dumplin" possesses a sharper tone than those films but still features a lot of the same warm fuzzies - at least, once you get past all the tears and self-doubt, which includes Willowdean's disbelief that an attractive young co-worker (Luke Benward) could actually be attracted to her.

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