American actress Jennifer Aniston will not be appearing on the cover of Vogue magazine in the UK anytime soon, apparently. Why? Because their editor refuses to capitulate to the Hollywood starlet's excessive demands to approve copies of photos and be granted the power to re-write what will be written about her at her own discretion before the issue ever goes to print.
"Vogue's editor Alexandra Shulman has revealed that she refuses to put Aniston on the cover because of the actress's stringent demands over copy approval..." says the Guardian UK.
Furthermore, inside sources claim no celebrity interview or news story goes to print about her in a major media publication that her PR team has not cleverly re-worded to make the actress look and sound perpetually good.
Read the article about what the editor from Vogue UK had to say about why she refuses to work with Jen Aniston or have her as a cover model on the magazine then come back here to tell other readers what you think.
- Do you think Aniston should have the right to revise, edit, totally rewrite or redact portions of any celebrity interview she does?
- Should all-star celebs or public figures have that right to control the media?
- How much photoshop do you think she has really been using to doctor up her pictures over the years?
- Do you feel duped or misled by her PR team having believed quotes, "facts" presented about her, and writer compliments paid to her by authors of past interviews?
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