There's no place like Los Angeles.
Sure, the weather is perfect almost 365 days of the year. And it's the only state where you have to add a "the" before mentioning which freeway you're driving on.
"This conversation of women supporting women is new, but I think we have been doing it for a long time. When I landed in Los Angeles at 20 years old and I fell into those girls who are still sitting around the table today, they were on a different path," Jennifer explained in Interview magazine. "I'd never had a circle of women who got together and talked forever. I was like, ‘God, these California people don't shut up. They talk about their feelings and cry in front of each other.' I said to myself, ‘Here I am, a girl who grew up in New York City, and now I find myself in Laurel Canyon, wearing a flowery dress and someone put a crystal around my neck and is burning sage around my head. I have landed on Mars.'"