"Everywhere I go, people ask me about Jennifer Aniston's wedding. Do you know what it's like to walk down a red carpet and [reporters] go 'When are Jen and Justin [Theroux] getting married?' like I'm in charge of that."
So it's really not hard to connect the dots. And Jennifer is friends with a lot of different celebs--I don't think I've ever heard them complaining about being asked questions about a different celeb. You deal with it. Tell the interviewer that you don't want to be asked any questions about your friends.
I find it ironic that she complains a lot about celebrities. She said that she got bored interviewing celebrities for her show (when she signed on with E! I'm not sure what she was expecting). She hates being asked questions about her celebrity friends. It's little (nothing even really worth 'bashing' her over), but I just find it so ironic.
But she said this, which is the only thing that she's ever said that I liked--
"This isn't a reason for leaving [my show], but if one more person asks me what it's like to be the only woman in late night. This is a good reason to stop being the only woman in late night, so I have to stop fielding the same idiotic question. Journalists sometimes ... they'll say, 'Do you think there's a lot of similarities between you and Sarah Silverman? Or Lena Dunham? Or whoever? Amy Schumer?' I'm like, 'No, we're just women. Just because we're women doesn't mean there are tons of similarities. Every single one of us is vastly different."
Source: Huffington Post, Huffington Post