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Jennifer Aniston: No wedding dress yet

19 April 2013, 08:32

Los Angeles - Jennifer Aniston hasn't chosen her wedding dress yet.

The 44-year-old actress has been busy producing her upcoming movie Call Me Crazy: A Five Film and has had to put all planning for her nuptials to fiancé Justin Theroux, 41, on hold.

The former Friends star admits organising her big day - which is rumoured to be taking place in May - might make her "crazy" because she has got so much to do.

When asked if she had picked her gown at the premiere of Call Me Crazy: A Five Film at the Pacific Design Centre in West Hollywood on Tuesday night, she said: "No, no, no."

Stigma that needs to be addressed

As Jennifer's hectic schedule begins to build, she has handed the mundane task of house hunting over to her beau. The pair are reportedly setting up a love nest in New York City.

Although it has been taking up so much of her time, Jennifer is proud to have worked on Call Me Crazy - a compilation of five short films focusing on mental illness.

The screen beauty insists the project tackles a subject that suffers from a negative perception and stigma that needs to be addressed.

She said: "Mental illness seemed to be [a topic] that a lot of us felt was an important one and touched a lot of our lives, a lot of our families lives. That seemed like one that needed attention because all of the stigma around it and the sort of shame around it."

Call Me Crazy premieres on Lifetime on April 20.

- BangShowBiz


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