Given that J. Lo, Britney Spears, Sarah Jessica Parker, and even Kim Kardashian have their own fragrances, the only surprising news in Jennifer Aniston's decision to join the club is how long it took her. The former Friends sweetheart and current rom-com queen has reportedly inked a deal with the Falic Group—the company that also manages Eva Longoria Parker's upcoming fragrance. Reports indicate that the actress wanted to call her perfume "Aniston," but that the idea was rejected by advertising consultants who found it entirely unsexy. Regardless of what it's finally named, Aniston's perfume will probably be launched later this year.