Justin Theroux Reveals Jennifer Aniston's Big Fear
By Jackie Willis
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Justin Theroux is loving married life with Jennifer Aniston, but admits that one of his hobbies scares his new wife.
It seems the 46-year-old actress has a big fear of motorcycles. "She's gotten on like three times, but she's done with it," Theroux told Ellen DeGeneres on her Wednesday episode of her show. "She doesn't want to do it anymore."
When DeGeneres pointed out that motorcycles can be very dangerous, The Leftovers star said, "[Aniston] does not like it. She doesn't feel in control sitting behind someone driving fast on a motorcycle, which I understand. I wouldn't want to sit behind someone."
"We thought, 'We're gonna tell some people this and some people that.' ...We kind of realized that was a terrible plan," he said. "You're basically telling half your guests, 'You're unemployed and we can’t trust you.' Which is, of course, not the case."
Theroux added, "We just sort of put it out there. ...If they said, 'we can't,' we really put more pressure on them to be at the 'birthday.'"