Jennifer Aniston slams celebrity culture, says Hollywood filled with people famous for ‘doing nothing’

Since she played Rachel Green in the popular television series Friends for ten years, Jennifer Aniston has become a household name.

The heavyweight in Hollywood claims that nowadays, anyone can become famous despite having no demonstrable talent.

Aniston is not too thrilled about that remark.

In Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series, which features interviews with actors and discussions on their work in general, the actress was questioned by actor Sebastian Stan.

During the interview, the topic of influencer culture came up, which Jennifer Aniston is ostensibly quite critical of.

“I always say I feel lucky that we got a little taste of the industry before it became what it is today, which is just different — more streaming services, more people.,” the actress lamented.

She was going to mention some names of people who she believed lacked talent but were nevertheless well-known. Famous for essentially doing nothing, she said. I’m talking about people like Paris Hilton and Monica Lewinsky.

She criticised the fact that actors are now well-known because to TikTok or Instagram. The actress shouted, “It almost feels like it’s diluting the actor’s job.”

Aniston may have believed she was giving an informed opinion on the state of the field to which she has devoted her life, but many who heard her remarks were not particularly impressed.

She faced criticism from fans who wished to draw attention to the fact that Jennifer Aniston’s parents were both actors and that she probably achieved success as a result of the opportunities that nepotism provided for her.

The renowned John Aniston, a mainstay on the venerable programme “Days of Our Lives,” is Aniston’s father, and her late mother, actress Nancy Dow, also had a fruitful acting career.

Some people wanted to draw attention to Aniston’s affluence as well as her claim to control Hollywood and fame. relating it to how greatly the social media sites TikTok and Instagram have levelled the playing field.

Anyone with a smartphone may now create material, put it online, gain followers, and eventually achieve Jennifer’s definition of “fame.”

Fans were absolutely let down by Aniston’s approach to trying to maintain her stardom. They made the point that Aniston believed the only people who can become famous are other wealthy offspring of famous people who are already positioned for success in Hollywood, much like she was.

Without a doubt, the actress has strong opinions regarding influencer culture. What are your thoughts on this?

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