By Matthew Brooks
Jennifer Aniston is pushing the envelope of saying a lot without saying anything at all.
The “Friends” actress piled up a huge amount of attention when she started her official Instagram account.
It took her one day to amass 10 million followers.
On Oct. 15 she took a picture of herself with a few of her former co-stars, generating 14.7 million likes.
Then on Oct. 28 she told Ellen Degeneres that “something is happening.”
This week, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, more hints came out.
Referring to the get-together in the above picture, Colbert attempted to find out what the “something” is.
“How often does this happen?” he asked Aniston.
She repeated the line to Colbert that she gave to Ellen.
“Something is happening,” Aniston told Colbert.
“Did you just say that to end the question?” Colbert responded.
“I’m saying it now to end it,” Aniston retorted.
“But we don’t know what that something is,” she added moments later.
“Doesn’t matter,” Colbert said. “Something is better than nothing.”
Given that something could anything, we will need to wait until Aniston’s next talk show appearance for her to say nothing about something.