Jennifer Aniston was recently described as "fiercely private." But everyone knows her story by now. What does it take to be considered not private?
Whoever spewed that cliché about Jennifer Aniston being fiercely private is wrong. There are no private celebrities. Period. Not even Harrison Ford, with his grumptastic interview style, or Beyoncé, who won't publicize her love life except through pop singles that get international airplay, or Gwyneth Paltrow, who has no problem sharing special family moments via her GOOP blog. (All three have been dubbed fiercely private.)
So then why do reporters use that tired phrase when describing everyone from Johnny Depp—who's had no trouble telling the press about how he met Vanessa Paradis —to Sacha Baron Cohen? Actually, it's a kind of code, and I've got the translation...