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Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston given Watford FC shirt by BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark
Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston has vowed to wear her new Watford FC shirt with pride after being presented with the gift during a radio interview.
The former Friends actress, 44, was presented with the yellow home shirt with her name and the number 3 on the back by Hornets fan and BBC Radio 1 presenter Chris Stark.
Stark, who works on the Scott Mills show, has previously handed a personalised shirt to movie star Robert Downey Jr and invited Mila Kunis to a match at Vicarage Road.
The interview with Kunis, who provides the voice of Meg in cartoon series Family Guy, was seen by more than 10 million people around the world.
In the interview with the former Friends actress which was broadcast this morning Stark, 26, admits: "When I interviewed Mila Kunis I didn’t have a Watford shirt to hand and I will always regret that."
Picture: Chris Stark via Twitter
But as he hands the shirt to Aniston she appears to get the wrong impression and replies: "You want me to give this to her?".
The broadcaster stressed it was a gift for her and said: "They are only a small club, they are in the Championship, but they will love that I have given you that."
Anniston, who is in the country ahead of the UK premiere of her latest film, We're the Millers, said: "Oh my god! That’s so exciting.
"I don’t care big or small I am very flattered by this. "I think that’s really special and small means you can only go up from that, you can get bigger and bigger and better and better.
The interview ends with Stark telling Anniston: "I just think there’s something pretty cool about one of the hottest women in the world wearing a Watford shirt."
To which she replies: "I will wear this on the tarmac, all right."
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