Jennifer Aniston reacts to Eurovision hosting claims

Jennifer Aniston, midway through an interview with Greek TV, is startled to learn that shes rumoured to be in line for the hosting job at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest in Athens. Just look at the sheer horror on her face as she struggles to get a denial out as quickly as humanly possible…

33 thoughts on “Jennifer Aniston reacts to Eurovision hosting claims

  1. So, according to you she was obliged to host this particular event, if so invited, out of owed patriotism ? To "lift up" the country ? Well, first of all she’s a serious actress. And Greece is i.m.o. not in need of US celebrities to help sponsor her image in a tacky televised music parade. Jennifer has on many occasions let it be known that she is very proud of her Greek heritage. That’s enough credit, if you ask me. Please don’t call me stupid because you weren’t so clear in your 1st statement

  2. I wouldn’t bet on it. But obviously she doesn’t speak the language fluently enough to have this interview in Greek. That said, I do think that they should have let the interviewer ask the questions in Greek instead of English and have a separate translater available. Would have been much more interesting to see Jennifer react (and for us to test her vocabulary more accurately!).

  3. I would rather see her run as a Olympic torch bearer again. Too bad New York lost the bid to host the event in 2012. But I heard Chicago is up for 2016.

  4. OBVIOUSLY its not going to be popular in america hence the EUROvision song contest. its watched by more people than actually live in america so dont go saying its not popular.

  5. I agree completely with trobadouros. Aniston is a very talented and famous actress. Eurovision song contest (ESC) is not very popular even within the countries of Europe let alone the US… The fact that Aniston is of greek descent does not mean that she has to accept any suggestion coming from Greece no matter what. Even the greeks have admitted that the quality of the songs and stage precenses of the contestants in the ESC is not what it used to be.

  6. Being the superstar she is, if Aniston had accepted the offer, she would have just given publicity to a contest that does not deserve it. Remember the reactions against Anna Vissi for her choice to participate in the contest..Why would Aniston want to go through that? Just to prove that she has not burned the bridges with her country of origin?Isnt it enough that she has underlined so many times that she is proud of her greek heritage?

  7. But even if Aniston wants to cut the bond does anyone really believe that Greece, a country with such a rich cultural tradition needs to be lifted up through cheap- trashy TV shows like the ESC?

  8. Correction Eurovision doesn’t need Jennifer Aniston. Personally I think Friends is a tacky American comedy.

  9. Obviously Greece wanted an American host since Maria was given the female presenters job

  10. her hosting Eurovision in Athens? As an American she won’t even know what the event is. And with her terrible Greek how could she present it? And could she do the parts in French? No. In other words a big ‘oxi’ to her.

  11. her hosting Eurovision in Athens? As an American she won’t even know what the event is. And with her terrible Greek how could she present it? And could she do the parts in French? No. In other words a big ‘oxi’ to her.

  12. she has more sense!! although how funny would it be to see her try to react to the madness that is Eurovision going on around her…she looked like she didn’t even know what Eurovision is despite her Greek heritage lmao

  13. she has more sense!! although how funny would it be to see her try to react to the madness that is Eurovision going on around her…she looked like she didn’t even know what Eurovision is despite her Greek heritage lmao

  14. I think she speaks Greek very well but is uncomfortable speaking it in public. Notice the physical nuance when she says, ‘oxi’. Very Greek if you ask me

  15. I think she speaks Greek very well but is uncomfortable speaking it in public. Notice the physical nuance when she says, ‘oxi’. Very Greek if you ask me

  16. Why are some people here calling her a superstar? I guess people’s definition of a ‘superstar’ and mind are a little bit different. She’s a semi-compitent actress at best who needs to get out of the romantic comedy roles for a change. She’d get booed if she even turned up at Eurovision. Europeans like the fact that it’s something America has no part in or ruined. She would be lost and confused and look foolish doing it. They prefer bi-lingual speakers from the host country.

  17. Why are some people here calling her a superstar? I guess people’s definition of a ‘superstar’ and mind are a little bit different. She’s a semi-compitent actress at best who needs to get out of the romantic comedy roles for a change. She’d get booed if she even turned up at Eurovision. Europeans like the fact that it’s something America has no part in or ruined. She would be lost and confused and look foolish doing it. They prefer bi-lingual speakers from the host country.

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  20. she really avoids it and after a lifetime in the Greek daily reality, I can fully understand her

  21. she really avoids it and after a lifetime in the Greek daily reality, I can fully understand her

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