Jennifer Aniston: Guys should be like Gosling

Jennifer Aniston insists every man should have a "little Ryan Gosling vibe".

The actress is currently promoting her new comedy We're the Millers, which also stars Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter.

Jennifer was answering a series of tongue-in-cheek questions for an interview with BBC Radio 1, when conversation quickly turned to the opposite sex.

The interviewer explained to the Hollywood beauty that she is on most "normal" men's' list of celebrities they'd like to sleep with.

When asked how it works for famous people Jennifer exclaimed she wouldn't know because she doesn't have one.

The stunning star was then told that heartthrob Ryan Gosling features on many women's lists.

"You don't get it?" she asked. "You've got to have a little Ryan Gosling vibe! It's like an innocent very cute [thing], but yet there's a lot more going on."

Jennifer plays the role of stripper Rose in We're the Millers, who poses as Jason's character's wife as part of his plan to move a shipment of weed into the US from Mexico.

The 44-year-old star didn't have to do much research ahead of the role.

"That was in my 20s, It was all in my head," she quipped. "This one you didn't have to dig that deep."

When the interviewer explained he once went to a strip club in Prague and was served steak while watching the dancers, Jennifer replied bemused: "Sounds very caveman-like doesn't it?"

In a scene in the movie, her fake son Kenny gets bitten by a spider. Jennifer insists she didn't feel "weird" staring at the actor with his trousers down.

"Well, no. I really honestly felt bad for Will because we were just in an open field with his trousers down and this big ball. He's a method actor, he's from London. This was serious for him," she deadpanned.

Jennifer then went on to discuss how trivial things she does always end up in the news. When asked if she wanted to provide a snippet of information that would secure her more headlines, she quipped: "Do I want to add to my list of mundane news facts? It will just send me further down the river. I had crisps [for lunch today]. Ah it's been taken? Let's see, I did get these two egg holders! [from the interview before]."

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