Been There, Done That, Jennifer Aniston Jokes About Showing Off Backside As Kim Kardashian Has Done Lately

Been there, done that.

At least that was Jennifer Aniston jested regarding Kim Kardashian’s Internet phenomenon of baring her bottom.

Complex reported that Aniston jokingly said this to Extra during her latest film’s premiere, Horrible Bosses 2.

“I was an original, all right?” Sorry Kim K,” Aniston was quoted as saying.

Aniston, 18 years ago was the cover of Rolling Stones, which her lying facedown on the bed, naked with her bottom seen.

“That was just innocent,” she added, “There’s nothing aggressive about that.” Kardashian’s Paper cover broke the Internet, with her back on the cover and showing off her oiled backside.

Aniston together with stars Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day is promoting Horrible Bosses 2 and was quoted as saying she might be up to playing her character Julia Harris for the third time.

“I don’t know,” she was quoted as saying in “It’s up to you all.” The second installment of the hit movie is expected to be out by Nov.

24 and the storyline involves around Bateman, Sudeikis and Charlie Day’s characters as trying to get through a business deal gone wrong.

One of the much talked about horrible bosses in the film is Aniston’s character, which, according to reports have gotten worse with her antics.

“This one went into a territory that I think just wasn’t even funny,” she said.

“I couldn’t even make it dirty funny.

It was just bad dirty.” The first installment of the movies was released in 2011 directed by Seth Gordon.

A year after it was announced that the second installment is moving forward but Gordon will no longer direct the film.

Aniston first gained success as Rachel in the hit television series ‘Friends.” There is also a buzz about Aniston’s performance in her latest film ‘Cake’  up, just on even waking up sometimes,” Aniston, said in a Vanity Fair article regarding her performance in ‘Cake.’

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