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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Whitney Cummings has had a tribute to Jennifer Aniston tattooed on her foot

    The 38-year-old comic invited influencer Hannah Stocking onto her podcast, 'Good For You', and asked the social media star to pay homage to her friend by inking 'I [heart] J' onto the sole of her foot, much to the envy of her guest


    Telling Hannah her plans, the 29-year-old YouTuber exclaimed: "I want that on me! I will literally tattoo that on my forehead...

    "That's the best tattoo ever, I'll probably go home and tattoo it on myself."

    Hannah warned Whitney that the tattoo would be painful, but she didn't care.

    Whitney said: "There's nothing I won't do for a laugh. I'm fully getting an 'I love Jennifer Aniston' tattoo. This is so dumb, and I'm so into it. It's a tiny pain... Jen's gonna see this."

    Hannah replied: "When in doubt, do it for Jen!"

    After she'd finished, Hannah took a photo of her finished work to show Whitney.

    And she told her: "It's good. It will be good. It gets worse before it gets better."

    The 'Wedding Ringer' star quipped: "That is the only think I don't want to hear from my tattoo artist."

    The 'Grizzly Park' actress was among the guests when Jennifer married Justin Theroux in 2015 and previously joked she was the "least famous" person in attendance.

    And as a gift, Whitney gave the 'Morning Show' star a ring with Justin's initials on it, which she admitted was a "weird" choice of present.

    She previously said: "I basically gave her an engagement ring for her wedding. It was very weird."

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