The Jennifer Aniston Price Tag Story Gets Highly Embarrassing! This Is The Shocking Truth 'Friends' Star Revealed On 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

By Surabhi Verma , Updated Dec 10, 2016 07:07 AM EST
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We cringed when we saw Jennifer Aniston with a price tag on her coat earlier this week - we've been there! - but the story actually gets worse. The Office Christmas Party star was asked about her wardrobe malfunction on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night and she admitted that she had actually worn the Céline coat several times prior to Monday night.

"Well, here's the sad part of the story, I've worn this coat about four times," she told her pal Kimmel with a laugh. "It very sweetly was gifted to me from a commercial that I had just shot. So I wore it home and I didn't think about it at all, to be honest. Four wears later and this happened. And it's not like it's even a light tag!" Kimmel asked if she pulled a Winona. "You stole that coat, didn't you?" he joked, to which she replied, "Never." Though that led to a story about how she shoplifted some beads to make a necklace at age 8.

Aniston opted for a different black coat for her trip to the Kimmel set in L.A. She was all layered up, including with a long scarf around her neck, but there was not a price tag in sight. We bet there won't be any more in the future either. She could probably use a price tag checker on her payroll to give her a good once-over before she walks out the door.

Pranks and false accounts aside, Aniston is thrilled about the release of her new movie that hit theaters on Friday. The star-studded premiere of the hilarious flick included stars of the film, Olivia Munn and T.J. Miller, and even brought out Katy Perry. Although there might be speculation that there would be awkwardness between Aniston and Perry seeing as both beauties were once linked to John Mayer, the former flames of the musician were spotted posing for photos together and were absolutely comfortable with one another.

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