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Jennifer Aniston stars in the upcoming film, The Switch, which tells the story of woman who decides to be artificially inseminated in order to become a mother. So, is that something Jen would consider doing herself?

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“I want it to match my Jimmy Choos and my couch,” Jen joked to Entertainment Tonight about designing a baby.

“I don’t think for me personally that is something that I want, but again I say you don’t rule anything out because I don’t know what’s going to happen anymore,” she then explained seriously. “I could walk out of this hotel and meet the man of my dreams or get hit by a bus. Anything is possible.”

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But Kassie was a little too particular for Jen’s liking.

“For Kassie, it was almost like she was designing a Nike sneaker online,” Jen said. “I’m going to pick the perfect donor. He’s going to be blonde; he’ll have a high IQ.”

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In the film, Kassie’s best friend, played by Jason Bateman, accidentally switches his sperm for the donor’s sperm.

“I will say it. This is his best performance yet,” Jennifer said of her good friend Jason.

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For Jason, the performance was easy since he was starring opposite Jen.

“It was a little weird to kiss her,” Jason admitted. “Jenn and I just brought a lot of our friend history into this and therefore we really didn’t have to work that hard.”

Watch the interview below!

The Switch hits theaters on August 20.

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