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Jennifer Aniston reveals her confidence struggles over her 30-year career 

‘I am worth fighting for’: Jennifer Aniston, 50, reveals how she built up her confidence over time and learned to accept moments when she wasn’t the ‘belle of the ball’

She’s the Friends star who has been in the acting industry for over 30 years. 

But on Sunday, Jennifer Aniston revealed she wasn’t always been the confident woman that she is today. 

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, the 50-year-old actress said she used to find it difficult being in the public eye and it took her some time to adjust to fame. 

'I am worth fighting for': Jennifer Aniston (pictured) revealed her confidence struggles over her 30-year career in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Sunday

‘I am worth fighting for’: Jennifer Aniston (pictured) revealed her confidence struggles over her 30-year career in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Sunday 

‘It’s not always easy to turn the noise down. There are moments when you’re the belle of the ball, and there are moments when you’re not up to par,’ she told the publication. 

However, Jennifer now feels comfortable standing up for herself is she needs to. 

‘It took me a couple of years to gain the confidence that I am worth fighting for,’ the actress said.   

Ups and downs:  'There arJenn

Ups and downs:  ‘There are moments when you’re the belle of the ball, and there are moments when you’re not up to par,’ Jennifer said of her time in the public eye 

Strong: 'I am a powerful woman. I have opportunities and I can acknowledge that I know where I've come from, I know what I've gone through, and I know how fortunate and blessed I am to be where I am today,' she added. Pictured in Friends

Strong: ‘I am a powerful woman. I have opportunities and I can acknowledge that I know where I’ve come from, I know what I’ve gone through, and I know how fortunate and blessed I am to be where I am today,’ she added. Pictured in Friends 

‘I am a powerful woman. I have opportunities and I can acknowledge that I know where I’ve come from, I know what I’ve gone through, and I know how fortunate and blessed I am to be where I am today,’ she added. 

Jennifer is set to star in Morning Wars, known as The Morning Show overseas, a new drama for Apple TV+, a new streaming service from the tech giant. 

The #MeToo-inspired series tells the story of TV host Alex Levy (played by Jennifer) who struggles to keep her job after her partner and co-host is accused sexual misconduct.

Alex’s partner Mitch Kessler is played by Steve Carrell while her rival Bradley Jackson is played by Reese Witherspoon. 

Big move: Jennifer is set to star in Morning Wars, known as The Morning Show overseas, a new drama for Apple TV+. Pictured with co-star Reese Witherspoon

Big move: Jennifer is set to star in Morning Wars, known as The Morning Show overseas, a new drama for Apple TV+. Pictured with co-star Reese Witherspoon 

Jennifer recently said it’s ‘kind of sad’ that time-specific TV is all but extinct in an interview for Variety.   

‘I’m shocked this is where we are, but excited that this is where we are. I didn’t see it coming. I remember not understanding. What the hell does streaming mean? They’re like, it’s there all the time,’ she said. 

Despite her reservations, it appears Jennifer is on board with streaming as the Morning Wars is set to premiere in November. 

Relevant: The #MeToo-inspired series tells the story of TV host Alex Levy (played by Jennifer) who struggles to keep her job after her partner and co-host is accused sexual misconduct

Relevant: The #MeToo-inspired series tells the story of TV host Alex Levy (played by Jennifer) who struggles to keep her job after her partner and co-host is accused sexual misconduct

 

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