'Dumplin'' serves up pageant drama set to Dolly Parton songs


On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Aniston said that she'd met Parton for the first time seven years ago, and told her then that she'd named her pooch after her.

In the film, Jennifer Aniston is shown to have a southern accent and it would be pretty exciting to hear her in that accent.

The "Dumplin" star appeared on the show alongside her new best friend Dolly Parton, who contributed several original songs to Aniston's new Netflix movie, and shared her ideas for a "Friends" spinoff.

However, when Parton met Dolly at a dinner party at Aniston's house, she knew it was a sign of respect. "I think he fantasizes, like, a threesome".

Speaking with USA Today, Aniston reacted to Parton's comments noting that she found them to be both comical and par-for-the-course for the country singer's sense of humor.

"But Dolly is very well trained", Aniston added, patting Parton on the shoulder.

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Jennifer - whose on-screen character is a retired beauty queen - admitted: "She was a model and she was all about presentation and what she looked like and what I looked like".

Macdonald described Aniston as "really, really, cool and very amusing, and she's a very giving actor", and said the pair spent some time together before filming began to help create the mother-daughter bond they needed to create for the screen. "I mean, that is a quote", added Jennifer Aniston. On work front Jennifer drew inspiration from her estranged mother Nancy Dow to play superficial ex-beauty queen Rosie Dickson in teen pageant dramedy Dumplin, which will be aired soon.

"[I was so nervous] but I sang through it and then got my voice".

"That was just talk-show fodder", she concluded. "I literally couldn't have a squeak come out, and then when we finished, I remembered, I just burst into tears", she told Entertainment Tonight of her moment in the recording booth.

Sex and Skin: While the romance of this film, between Willowdean and her coworker, the adorable Bo (Luke Benward) is just about as sweet as it gets, like toothache sweet, their brief kisses are planted firmly in PG territory.