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If Jennifer Aniston Could Have Any Famous Person’s Body, Who Would It Be?

Jennifer Aniston is known for keeping her private life under wraps, but she recently gave fans a fun glimpse into her off-camera life.

Dishing on everything from her magical Bloody Mary touch, to her distaste for selfies, the upcoming Horrible Bosses 2 star, 45, opened up to Self in its latest issue about things the average person wouldn’t know about her off the bat.

Let’s start with bodies. Who would Aniston trade with for 24 hours?

“Would I really want to give it back?” she says. “I’d love to be able to ski like a crazy person, like Lindsey Vonn. Then I’d also like to have Gisele’s body, just ’cause, why not?”

And while the average person is aware Aniston is a fan of her cocktails, it’s doubtful everyone knows Bloody Marys are her specialty.

“It’s actually just Mr. & Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix,” she reveals. “It’s very trailer trash. But it’s the amount of lime, a splash of olive juice and a couple of other secrets I can’t give away.”

And sorry, Kim Kardashian and Jessica Simpson – Aniston just doesn’t share the same understanding of the importance of taking selfies.

“I’d definitely give up Mexican food for a year,” the actress says, when asked if she’d rather take that option or post an Instagram selfie every day for a year. “I don’t have Instagram. And I’m not a fan of selfies. I don’t understand them. I feel like there’s enough out there, why add to it?”

Even with an incredibly busy career schedule, along with a social life to maintain – Aniston is engaged to Justin Theroux – she still manages to set aside time to kick back.

“Having eggs and a bagel and reading the paper” is how she spends her Sunday mornings, she explains, adding, “I start with the front page, then the travel section, arts and leisure or the calendar. How I take my eggs depends on my mood. But I always throw a yolk in there – the yolk’s got a bad rap.”

Speaking of relaxing, Aniston does her best to make time for The Voice and America’s Got Talent because “the auditions really kind of are fabulous.”

But when it comes to her own friends trying to sing songs made famous by other people, count Aniston’s ears out.

“Oh, my God, I hate it,” she says. “I like to hear the song – don’t sing it. Please! I’d record you to sing it if I wanted to hear you sing it.”

People Magazine