AceShowbiz - Jennifer Aniston's backyard was once turned into a bathroom by Jimmy Kimmel's daughter, and she was not even aware of it until a year later. The "Dumplin' " actress made the revelation when stopping by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Wednesday, December 5 to promote her new Netflix original film.
The "Friends" alum and the TV host were debating about what to serve at her "Friendsgiving" party before she asked him to stop his daughter from taking a dump in her backyard. She first brought up the subject by asking, "If we do this, can we talk about your children not using my backyard as a bathroom?" When he acknowledged it, she stressed on, "That did happen, and you know what? A year went by and I didn't know [about] it."
Offering details on the incident, the 49-year-old actress spilled, "Your wife and sister-in-law, Kelly, decided to make this confession to me about a year later. They said, 'We have to tell you something that happened,' and they said last year, 'cause Jane was a lot younger, she took a s**t in the backyard." She added, "Right next to the beautiful pool."
The ex-wife of Justin Theroux went on to tell Jimmy how his wife, Molly McNearney, and sister-in-law cleaned up their daughter's mess. She dished that the two of them asked a bartender for not only one, but three doggie bags to clean the poop, and refused the bartender's offer to help. She went on to quip, "[Jane]'s healthy!"
Holding back his laughter, Jimmy turned the conversation back to their earlier debate about "Friendsgiving" meal. He wittingly reasoned with Jennifer, "You know why that happened? Because she was so full of turkey, from all these turkeys throughout the years."
Aside from revealing the poop story, Jennifer also talked about her latest comedy movie. "It's a movie about learning to love yourself and girlfriends," she described it. "It's a love story with Dolly Parton. It's a love story between a mom and a daughter, between friends. And mainly, actually, at the end it's a love story about Willowdean really just learning to love herself and redefining what beauty is."