"(It's) still mine. All of it. Still mine," the former "Friends" star told People magazine in response to reports that she had nose and breast surgery. "I really am pretty happy with what God gave me."
Once her septum was corrected, Aniston said, "I slept like a baby for the first time in years."
She also discussed her reunion with former "Friends" co-star Courtney Cox, who plays a tabloid editor in the FX channel's "Dirt," in which the two kiss. Aniston's guest character is a rival publication's editor who is a lesbian.
"It's a good-bye kiss," Aniston said of the smooch. "I don't honestly think people want to see Rachel and Monica (Aniston's and Cox's 'Friends' characters) have at it."
The episode, which airs March 27, is the first time two "Friends" stars have worked together since NBC's long-running sitcom ended in 2004.
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