Jennifer Aniston Professes Love for Nachos

Sara Haines explains what has everyone buzzing in the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 03/13/14

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Jennifer aniston has revealed her secrets to happiness and it turns out she's a huge fan of nachos. She says she loves the Mexican snack so much that if she dropped it on the floor she'd eat it anyway. She also sold "Self" magazine videos of puppies never fail to make her smile and huge sucker for singing contests on TV and you can read more on "Self" magazine. I'd never eat a nacho that hit the floor and I do a lot of things. Churchier than I started. How many nachos do you think she eats. Based on that. She seats two and she's satisfied. A couple of smart ones. What would you eat if you dropped it on the floor? What do you love that much? Dry cereal because it's not going to pick anything up. The five-second rule. You know what -- Wait till you have kids. You'll eat a lot. It is time to break out your thigh high boots. The biggest Rom come is heading to Broadway made famous by Julia robs and Richard Gere re-created on the stage with Garry Marshall helming the new adaptation. Wow. So quotable too. We love a celebrity in "Pop news" and we're excited to introduce a feline getting a mega-amount of felines. Jarvis. The cross-eyed cat. Jarvis is named after the glasses wearing rock star Jarvis crocker and harry potter's sidekick. He was abandoned as a kitten but now has a happy home after being adopted by a shelter volunteer in California. Jarvis, we're very pleased to meet you and take a look over there in social square powered by Samsung, Jarvis' owner sent us a picture of him saying good morning. Oh. Good morning, Jarvis. The woman that adopted him had adopted 300 but never kept one until Jarvis. Fostered 300. Not at the same time. That would be weird. We call that burying the lead. Really. Thank you, Sara. We move on to that the legal

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