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Jennifer Aniston 'prevented breast escape'

Published 30/07/2013

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston covered her "kibbles and bits" with layers of bras to prevent her breasts from escaping in comedy We're the Millers.

The actress stars in forthcoming comedy We're the Millers opposite Ed Helms, Emma Roberts and Jason Sudeikis.

Jennifer's character is a stripper named Rose and she was required to bare some skin while shooting.

Jennifer was obsessed with keeping her "kibbles and bits" from popping out of her lingerie and developed some interesting approaches to keeping her goods in place.

"That was some major strapping and organising," she told Access Hollywood.

"I had no taping. I really just doubled my bras. I had a thong and then two pairs of underwear. Why I thought that was going to help protect anything is beyond me. Because, that's just like ridiculous. I was like, 'No, I need three bras! I need three bras because God forbid that one, if it's gonna escape!'"

Jennifer also ensured her body was rock hard throughout the shoot.

She adopted a vegetable diet to prevent excessive flab from jiggling during her dance routines.

"I was on a very like, you know, greens and vegetables and lean proteins and kale," she detailed.

"When I really wanted to have a cheat day. I had to have a kale chip."

Jennifer is currently engaged to Justin Theroux and rumours have been rife the pair are experiencing a rough patch in their relationship.

The star recently refuted claims their wedding was off.

"We just want to do it when it's perfect, and we're not rushed, and no one is rushing from a job or rushing to a job," Jennifer told the Associated Press over the weekend. "And, you know, we already feel married."

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