star after two and a half years of marriage, a source is now giving ET insight into how Aniston is moving forward on her own."She won't fall in love anytime soon," the source revealed, when asked if Aniston plans to start dating. That is the best supportive group."Instead, she's fully focused on her career right now.
The source told us that the 49-year-old actress actually was "super worried" about how the breakup was going to look, and feared that it may "derail everything.""She hates the rumor mills and has been on an uptick with projects," the source said. She's working very hard on her career."Following the split, one of the biggest rumors that started circulating from fans was the possibility of Aniston getting back together with her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, who's also currently single after his split from Angelina Jolie in September 2016.
But according to our source, a reconciliation is doubtful.
Another source confirmed to ET earlier this month that Aniston and Pitt are "absolutely not dating," though we "can't predict the future."Hear more on what went wrong between Aniston and Theroux in the video below.
With reality stars from around the globe making their debut on Bachelor Winter Games on Tuesday, ET headed Down Under to get to know the series’ New Zealand contestants.
Getting candid over drinks in Auckland, 21-year-old media personality, snowboard instructor and high ropes course instructor Lily Mc Manus shared how she was chasing winters around the globe when she got the call inviting her to join the ladies vying for Zac Franich’s heart on season three of The Bachelor NZ in 2017.
She became runner-up and remains friends with Franich as well as fellow contestants like 24-year-old yoga teacher and relief teacher Ally Thompson, who also headed to Manchester, Vermont, for Bachelor Winter Games. Lily: I’m not the kind of person who thinks going on TV to date one dude with a bunch of other chicks is a good idea, but they called and said, “Congratulations, you’ve got an audition.” I was like, “Who the f**k is this? I called back and turned them down, but I like to say yes to weird, wild, adventurous things, so two weeks later, I went, “This has smacked me in the face and I may as well give it a go.”Ally: I moved to New Zealand from Worcester, England, five years ago and came to Nelson.
Up in Auckland, the dating scene’s better, but in Nelson it’s a bit dry!
The Kiwi Bachelor didn’t work out for me, but I made some great friends. ” Then I got the call from Winter Games…How was your first day on Bachelor Winter Games and who caught your attention? I never watched the American Bachelor, so almost went in blind, which was good because I had no preconceptions of anybody. I’m still trying to figure out how it happened because I had so many conversations, but that one was definitely my favorite.
How was your dating life between Bachelor NZ and Bachelor Winter Games? For me, it was all about one person and very much one focus -- I can’t be into eight guys at once! Lily: My athletic background definitely helped because a lot of the girls had zero athletic background, so even if I hadn’t done something before, I knew how to move my limbs enough to do all right! Ally: I went in having never done any formal winter sports and I was very naïve thinking I’ll be all right.
I’m a yoga teacher by trade, so I’m quite active, but you need practice for winter sports. Was it easier to form connections on Bachelor Winter Games than the Bachelor?
Ally: Unlike Bachelor, we were with the girls and guys 24/7, so it was really intense.
You’re with people through angry moments, tired mornings, big nights and every circumstance, so get to know them fast.