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Jennifer Aniston Makes Hilarious Appearance In ‘The Bachelor’ Spoof

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Jun. 5 2012, Published 9:30 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

We never thought that we would catch Jennifer Aniston on a dating show!

The former Friend, who has never been bashful about her fascination with The Bachelor, made a surprise guest appearance on the Ben Stiller produced web series Burning Love – a spoof of the popular reality show – dressing up in a bear costume and competing for the ‘final hose’ against The Hangover star Ken Jeong, Kristen Bell and Malin Akerman - and RadarOnline.com has the hilarious video.

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Aniston, who keeps a low profile by masking her identity as a furry animal as the other contestants battle it out for comedian Ken Marino’s heart, doesn’t reveal her famous face until she has been turned away without a final hose.

“Oh God. Maybe the bear suit wasn’t such a good idea,” Aniston quips.

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After a semi-emotional moment where she wipes away some tears – and suspiciously sports some bling on her ring finger – she begins to blame her outfit choice on her elimination.

“What am I wearing?”

After checking out what she put on under the heavy animal attire, she decides she should return back to the house,

“Oh, I can totally go back! I’d like to circle back,” she tells the limo driver, who keeps driving.

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