Belfast Telegraph

Jen and Justin 'want comedy wedding'

Jennifer Aniston and her fiancé Justin Theroux are said to be inviting the most "hilarious stars in entertainment" to their wedding.

The couple have been engaged since August 2012 after meeting on the set of their 2011 movie Wanderlust.

RadarOnline claims they are planning to get married this summer and want to make the ceremony an extremely humorous one. Both parties have made a name for themselves in the comedy business, with Jennifer's role as Rachel in sitcom Friends winning fans all over the world and Justin starring in funny movies such as Your Highness.

“Jen and Justin will be cheered on by some of the most hilarious stars in entertainment as the guest list will include Ben Stiller, Ellen DeGeneres, Chelsea Handler, her Friends co-stars like bestie Courteney Cox, and the cream of comedy writers, directors, actors and actresses,” a source divulged to the website.

“Justin’s one of the funniest guys in Hollywood and Jen just bounces off him to perfection. They truly are a match made in comedy heaven."

The 45-year-old actress and her fiancé hope to start the rest of their married life together with love and laughter, reportedly organising a fun-packed ceremony for their guests.

“Jen and Justin are a great double act and no one doubts that this wedding is going to be THE funniest night in showbiz history!” the source added.

While their nuptials may be full of giggles, recent reports suggest it will be free of alcohol. Justin has been focusing on healthy living recently and is said to be keen for both him and Jennifer to ditch the booze during their special day.

"Jen is totally capable of quitting and has never gotten into trouble with her love of vino but Justin doesn’t like how she’ll easily down a bottle of wine a night without batting an eyelid,” a source recently explained. “He really wants her to quit and has been pushing for a non-alcoholic wedding – an idea that was met with great laughter by Jen and her girl crew.”

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