She is against a hair transplant for Prince William.
So am I, because he hasn’t nearly finished going bald, and until he does, he won’t know if he has enough in back to handle what’s
in front. But that’s another story.
Basically, baldness is a tremendous inconvenience if your target audience is very young women. You don’t want want to be bald when you’re 22. But once a guy is about 30, it doesn’t make any difference anyway. William is about 28, so he’s over the hump. He had hair when it mattered. Now he can be happily bald.
But back to Jennifer. Her appeal — like Jean Harlow’s appeal, like the appeal of other actresses down through the ages — is being beautiful in a way that is, for some reason, so unthreatening that every guy watching her thinks that she would like him. You know Angelina Jolie and Greta Garbo would think you’re a dork, but you’re pretty sureJennifer Aniston and Carole Lombard would think you’re just swell.
Of course, this isn’t TRUE. Jennifer Aniston’s type runs more to Brad Pitt, and Lombard kind of had a thing for her husband Clark Gable, but we’re not talking about reality, we’re talking about appeal.
So if Jennifer is asked tomorrow, “Do you like guys with huge goiters?” she would do well to say, “What’s not to like?” But I do believe what she is saying about bald men, that she is sincere, because 1) She is only stating the obvious. And 2) Every one of Aniston’s boyfriends over the years has been bald. OK, with a few exceptions.