Jennifer Aniston Reveals Why She'll Never Download TikTok (Exclusive)

The actress is planning to keep her social media presence to an Instagram account.

Jennifer Aniston may have joined Instagram, but TikTok would be one step too far for the actress. 

"I don't have TikTok, nor will I ever. I just won't," Aniston told ET's Deidre Behar, before quipping, "I'm not gonna subscribe to one more thing that is gonna ruin my life or somebody else's life."

All jokes aside, and despite Aniston's popular Instagram presence, she said that she keeps social media "at arm's length" for good reason.

"It could suck you in and you've wasted hours of your life," she said. "I can't believe sometimes when I found myself in an absolute wormhole of dog, puppy videos and rescue animals, and babies, and cats. That's the stuff I enjoy. But then there's some stuff online I just don't wanna see."

Also, Aniston said, "I don't think we are were designed to take in the amount of information at the speed and the rate that we do these days. I just don't think it's good for us. I don't think it's healthy."

For Aniston, the unhealthiest part of social media is "the mental illness that kids are suffering from because of the compare and despair."

"It's so hard to be a teenager these days," she said. "We are so hard on ourselves, and kids are so mean too."

What Aniston does post on social will always be her real self, not a highly filtered version.

"I just think it's best to just be who you are," she said. "We've got good days. We've got bad days. We have good hair days. We've got s**tty hair days. We've got good skin days, bad skin days. It's a mixed bag. It's also just so unrealistic to try to sell something that doesn't feel authentic."

These days, Aniston is feeling better about her authentic self than ever thanks to her commitment to Pvolve, the science-led workout that combines low-impact functional fitness with resistance-based equipment.

"I feel like I'm stronger from the inside out in ways that I've never quite been before, because this method works out deep layers of muscles that you didn't even know you had," she said. "... There's muscle definition that I didn't know I could have."


Aniston believes that the workout has "helped so many people," and is eager to get even more on board with her Spring Challenge, Workout Calendar, and Essentials Bundle for the company.

"It's like I found a precious stone of some sort," Aniston told ET of the female-founded company, which she joined last year. "It's just changed my whole outlook on working out. It's something I look forward to."

Watch the video below to see more of Aniston's fitness routine.