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Jen Bucks The Trend, Wants To Adopt American

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snipshot_9p1i9oambxcn.jpgTake that Brad Pitt and Angelina! Um, well, I doubt this has anything to with that, but Jennifer Aniston has decided to forgo adopting a child overseas and instead concentrate on some agencies in and around LA. She did this even despite some advice from the great oracle, Oprah: “She turned to friends for advice, including Oprah Winfrey, who advised her to adopt an African child, but she has settled on an American baby.”

Apparently, Aniston instructed lawyers to start browsing adoption agencies after she split from lucky-once, never-again beau Vince Vaughn. “A source told Britain’s Grazia magazine: “Jen has thrown herself into adopting and wants it to happen straight away. She toyed with the idea while she was with Vince but began looking in December after they split.”

So, there ya have it. While Angelina and Brad, Oprah, Madonna, Britney Spears, and Leonardo DiCaprio are all adoption abroad, Jen is staying stateside. Kids everywhere are putting on their ‘cute’ faces, lawyers are scouring the LA countryside, and someone’s life is about to change. I wonder what qualities she’s instructing her lawyers to look for? Blue eyes, blond hair, trustworthy…

Source: Jennifer Aniston Will Adopt An American Baby

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