ByOlivia van der Will, writer at Creators.co

My oh my, all the luck is really raining on the very deserving Jennifer Aniston lately! The sweet actress finally tied the knot with Justin Theroux at a secret and intimate wedding at her home earlier this week. The sweet couple got engaged back in 2012 and now they are living it up on their Luxurious honeymoon in Bora Bora! Amazingly right before the wedding Jennifer scored herself a very special gift of her own, a $5 dollar deal!

Page Six announced that Jennifer has just shot a campaign for Emirates airline, which is based over in Dubai. I am sure you will have heard the name as it is the world's biggest international carrier. If you haven't seen the planes in person they have a whole array of campaigns sneakily placed everywhere from tv, to magazines to airports themselves Emirates makes sure their name is out there. Her campaign follows in the footsteps of Nicole Kidman's ad campaign for Etihad Airways.

There are no images yet of her campaign but maybe we can expect something along these lines...

Is she gonna go all Britney on us?

Or maybe, Jennifer will be lending her voice to a cartoon figurine in the style of Vengaboys dancing her way across the world..

Will she be getting all dramatic with a plane in the style of Backstreet Boys?

So what do we know?

Page Six had a source tell them

Jennifer Aniston has shot a high-profile campaign for Emirates as part of this deal, for which she is being paid around $5 million. She will appear across TV and print ads worldwide

It seems like it is definitely happening as Emirates released this statement

We can confirm that we are working with Ms. Jennifer Aniston on a global digital and television campaign. We do not wish to discuss contract details, and more information about the campaign will be unveiled in due course,” said Boutros Boutros, Emirates’ Divisional SVP for Corporate Communications, Marketing & Brand.

Oh, the mystery! I guess we will have to see what happens with this campaign. Maybe, Jennifer will be an advocate for those people who have fear of flying and will be the one flying the flag of safety on the inflight takeoff video!

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