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Jennifer Aniston Is SO Over The Ageism In Hollywood! Read All She Has To Vent HERE!

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Can you blame her?!

Jennifer Aniston is one of the most ageless women in Tinseltown, but even she can’t avoid the bullshizz ageism that everyone is subject to.

While chatting about her new deal with Aveeno, the 45-year-old stunner talked about getting older in Hollywood, and why people are looking their best for longer!

She explained:

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NKOTB's Package Has The Right Stuff Even After All These Years

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For NKOTB, age ain’t nothing but a number! As long as you let Donnie Wahlberg wear his eye glasses on stage.

We know the Donster’s eyes are getting more… mature. And we’d DEF still sleep on his face — on the NKOTB bedsheets, remember them? — but glasses are made of GLASS, which is sharp if it breaks, which can happen even if you’re going Step By Step through your dance moves.

Safety first, New Kids!

NKOTB has been headlining The Package Tour this summer with other 20th-century phenoms 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men, and marked the 29th year of the Kids’ on-again/off-again bandship with a tweet this weekend:

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15 Best Things About Kids Getting Older!

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Parenting is super hard! Between diapers and bathings and late night feedings, raising a baby into a toddler into a kid is nonstop work!

But our friends at Babble are here to show you the light at the end of the tunnel! Here are just a few things you have to look forward to when your kids get older:

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Is Aging Secretly Awesome?

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Old Brains

A lot of people think that getting old sucks — and it's true, your body might become less and less mobile, but studies beginning to emerge that the older the brain gets, the more creative and innovative it becomes!

If you take a look at Debbie Downer research, you see claims of it becoming harder to learn things and slower reaction times after you cross the middle-age threshold.

That might not entirely be the case

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