Jennifer Aniston Reveals What She Is (And Isn't) Looking For In Her Next Relationship: ‘Humour Please, I Beg Of You’

And you won’t find the former Friends star on Tinder anytime soon.

Jennifer Aniston is ready to find love again.

The former Friends star, who split from ex-husband Justin Theroux in 2017 and was previously married to Brad Pitt between 2000 and 2005, has revealed she is ready to resume dating.

And the 52-year-old knows exactly what she is – and isn’t – looking for.

“No-one of importance has hit my radar yet but I think it’s time,” Jen said on the Lunch With Bruce podcast. “I think I’m ready to share myself with another.”

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston
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The actor said she had been in relationships for the best part of 30 years and had enjoyed time on her own in recent years.

“I didn’t want to for a long time and I loved really being my own woman without being a part of a couple,” she said.

“I’ve been part of a couple since I was 20 so there was something really nice about taking the time.”

However, you won’t be seeing Jen pop up on any dating apps anytime soon, because she’s “an old school girl”.

“No Tinders and no Rayas please,” she told said.

“People don’t come up to people anymore,” she added. “People don’t do that. It’s weird.”

Jennifer was previously married to Brad Pitt from 2000-2005
Jennifer was previously married to Brad Pitt from 2000-2005
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And if you fancy your chances with one of the most famous women on the planet, Jennifer has given potential partners some tips on what she looks for in a significant other, including a quality first kiss. “It’s pretty important,” she said.

“That, and also the ease at which the conversation flows the first time. That’s kind of a good indicator. Confidence, but not a cockiness. Humour, please I beg of you, beg of you. Generous. Kind to people.”

Oh, and couch potatoes move to the back.

“Fitness is important and not just about like how you look,” she noted. “I want to be around here for a long time and not be in a wheelchair when I’m 80.”