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Jennifer Aniston Shot at Angelina Jolie: I'm Not Saving the World

Jun 2, 2006

There's a distinct reason why Jennifer Aniston tops Angelina Jolie in the arena of public opinion when it comes to her battles with the vampy Mrs. Smith. She has a sense of humor.

Subtle but effective shot at Jolie
Subtle but effective shot at Jolie

The American beauty has been on a whirlwind tour to promote 'The Break Up' and has been pressed with all sorts of questions, and seems to be having fun.

Her latest answer was classic as she hinted she wasn't trying to save the world - as her nemesis Angelina likes to promote herself as doing.

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The exchange was beautiful:

Aniston was sitting at a press conference in Los Angeles to promote her new comedy, The Break-Up, when a reporter asked if she was interested in using her celebrity to tackle any of the world's important issues.

Pitt and Jolie, in between giving birth to daughter Shiloh Nouvel, have been vocal about Africa, AIDS and refugees.

So, was Aniston interested in any global issues? How about the war in Iraq or global warming?

"No," Aniston replied. "I'm not interested in any of that."

"I like to just focus on me and my tabloid career."

Her deadpan answer, dripping with sarcasm, scored plenty of laughs.

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Iwould love Jennifer to spotlight her tabloid career as well.

With Jolie-Pitt now taking a combative role with the press - it's good to see Jennifer joking and having fun.

--Kim Jaynes

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