Skip to comments.'Needy' Jen dumped again
Posted on 10/06/2006 1:36:10 PM PDT by Panerai
Los Angeles - Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston's relationship is a thing of the past, if media reports are to be believed.
Hollywood funnyman Vaughn split with Aniston at the beginning of September because she was too needy, reports say.
The break-up occurred during a phone conversation on September 13, just before the actor left for London to begin work on a new film.
Vaughn apparently told an insider that he and Aniston are not together anymore and a friend of Aniston told a US magazine that the two are 100% done.
The actor reportedly got scared when he saw how needy she is.
A friend of Aniston said the star is really starting to feel bad about herself.
Aniston and Vaughn hooked up while filming The Break-Up.
It's not like she'll have a shortage of guys willing to date her.
She really was needy. That's why I stopped returning her calls.
Eventually she got the message.
A needy Hollywood star? She must have a really bad agent then.
"It's not like she'll have a shortage of guys willing to date her."
If they are liberal scum they will be lining up for that trollop.
Crazy hot chicks are about 90% crazy/10% hot. They aren't worth it.
This was probably put out by Angelina's press agent.
That's right, when I heard what her and Brad said about Jenna, I realized Aniston must be a complete bitch. The only movie I liked her in, was "Derailed" and that's because she gets shot.
No matter how hot she is, there is a guy somewhere who has already grown tired of her crap.
And Vince Vaughn is a Republican, so it wasn't going to work out.
A Republican? Really? Then he should have known better than to touch that. Most liberal women are needy/crazy that's why they go so well with liberal men. LOL!
Well at least Jen was in my favorite all-time South Park episode about the Rainforest.
I'm not familiar with South Park episodes. What was it about?
ANISTON DUMPED AGAIN! What could be worse than to be "too needy" in Hollywood? lol
I thought she disdained flair
"You're not in Kansas anymore"