Jennifer Aniston Vogue
Jennifer Aniston knows people feel sorry for her, and she hates it. "It makes my skin crawl," Aniston tells the April issue of Vogue. "Don’t make me your victim," she says. "I’m so tired of being part of this sick, twisted Bermuda Triangle." Of course, that triangle is the Aniston-Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie saga that has been tabloid news for the past year. "All I can do is go on and live my life," the former Mrs. Pitt says. But, she adds, "these are human beings. … It’s real." The actress, whose Vogue photographs were shot by Mario Testino, has moved back into the Hollywood bungalow where she was living when she met Pitt. She says she might consider moving from Los Angeles until the paparazzi frenzy settles. And though she speaks frankly about the breakup (without ever saying the names of her ex and Jolie), Aniston is mostly tight-lipped when it comes to Vince Vaughn, her co-star in The Break-Up, due in theaters in June. The two were spotted at an Oscars party. "First and foremost, he’s a really good, loyal friend," she tells Vogue. "Fiercely loyal."
The April 2006 issue of Vogue is due out on newsstands in New York and L.A. on Tuesday and nationwide on March 21. More pictures in the gallery including Jennifer Aniston, 37, and boyfriend Vince Vaughn, 35, holding hands and taking a romantic walk together yesterday in the snow in Aspen, Colorado.