If this is true, it is absolutely crazy!
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What the cluck??
Gisele Bundchen is a friend to the environment and lover of nontraditional pets. She's also gorgeous, talented, a great momma, etc. but we already knew that.
What's interesting is her love of her pet hens!!
Seriously, what's with celebrities raising chickens??
We've all heard the crazy stories about Hollywood celebrities going to extreme measures to stay eternally young.
But, this one takes the cake!
The newest trend is anti-aging water.
And of course, eternally young, Jennifer Aniston is a big fan of the water, but not for herself…
She feeds it to her dogs!! And, we assume, she has Forever Young playing in the background as she slowly pours the magical potion in their diamond-encrusted water bowls.
In fact, she gives them this powerful water for a very serious reason. And when you find out what it is, it's going to eff you up more than Marley & Me ever could! Apparently:
Jennifer Aniston may be an international star but there is one country that she won't be gracing with her presence anytime soon…
No, she's not still harboring some weird resentment left over from WWII…
Justin Theroux is a super talented, super handsome hunk of sex appeal.
He also loves animals which makes us swoon for him even harder.
We're swooning our brains out over here!!
Justin recently opened up to GQ about the birdies, saying:
Jennifer Aniston and Will Forte were spotted in the West Village area of NYC earlier today.
The two were filming a scene for their upcoming movie Squirrels to the Nuts.
Their $21 million, 8,500-square-foot Bel Air mansion's renovations are finally done!
According to public records at the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, Jen renovated an old chicken coop on her property.
There was apparently an old chicken house behind the guest house, and Jen decided to pimp it out with a nice wooden deck!
It's no secret that Jennifer Aniston is a HUGE dog lover.
But she's keeping some new pets on her new property.
She didn't originally go out looking to get some feathery new friends, but now she's glad she has them.
When she got her new property, she found a chicken coop there… and it was full of chickens.
We guess the original owner just left them behind?
Well instead of giving them up (or even worse: eating them!) she decided to take good care of them.
"They're very social animals, and they like it when you visit them with a cup of coffee in your hand. And according to my groundskeeper, they love pasta."
Sounds like she's enjoying having some chicken buddies to hang out with and give pasta to!
Must be hard now though with having chickens for friends… must make it difficult to enjoy Chick-fil-A.
[Image via Mavrix Online.]