Jennifer Aniston earns handprint ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre (Video)
Jennifer Aniston's hand and footprints joined the likes of Betty Grable, Elizabeth Taylor and Tom Cruise on Thursday after the actress was honored with a ceremony at the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
In the video above, the actress can be seen sinking her hands and feet into wet cement, as well as autographing the small cement block. The actress' new boyfriend, actor and writer Justin Theroux, was spotted at the event sporting a clean look. Comedian Chelsea Handler and Aniston's "Horrible Bosses" co-star Jason Bateman were at the ceremony to speak about Aniston and crack jokes at the same time.
"We're here to celebrate Jennifer, of course, America's girl next door, as everybody calls her. I don't know where everybody else grew up but I grew up in New Jersey and nobody next door looked like that," Chelsea Handler said. "The people I grew up next to looked like Snookie."
Handler later added, "I've been fortunate enough to spend some quality time with Jennifer and I made the mistake of going on vacation with her, and being photographed in a bikini next to her. Then shortly after being compared to Kirstie Alley -- pre-'Dancing With The Stars.'"
The "Chelsea Lately" host added, "So, I will only being going skiing with Jennifer from now on."
Jason Bateman, who has also co-starred with Aniston in the 2010 comedy "The Switch," has been friends with the actress since the 90s. Bateman said at the ceremony, "I don't feel nearly as lucky as the sidewalk, because the sidewalk -- for years long after we're all gone -- gets to now include, poured into its rigid cement, a woman whose spirit is every bit as solid, whose integrity is every bit as unbreakable and whose body is every bit as hard."
Aniston didn't fret too much about getting her hands and shoes covered with cement. "It came off the hands pretty quickly," Aniston told OnTheRedCarpet.com host Rachel Smith about her cement experience. "I guess they wait till it's in a sort of dry enough state. It was pretty easy. The hardest part is standing up in your shoes and not wanting to fall over in very high heels. You keep sinking."Reporting by Rachel Smith, co-host of KABC Television's entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).