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    http://www.showbizspy.com/180737/jennifer-aniston-persuades-john-mayer-to-marry-her Jennifer Aniston Persuades John Mayer to Marry Her By Adam, January 1
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      Jennifer Aniston 'Persuades John Mayer to Marry Her'
      By Adam, January 1 2009

      Jennifer Aniston could be getting married again - after beau John
      Mayer agreed to her marriage demands.

      Mayer and Aniston - who divorced Brad Pitt in 2005 - started dating
      in 2008. They split in August, but shortly rekindled their romance.

      According to the National Enquirer, Jennifer told John she would only
      consider them getting back together if he was prepared to set a date
      to get married.

      A source says, "John's finally agreed to marry her - and they're now
      planning a traditional Greek Orthodox wedding.

      "Jen made it clear to John that she was not willing to re-establish
      the relationship on a boyfriend-girlfriend basis, as it had been
      since they first hooked up last April.

      "And that's when she issued John her ultimatum - that it was time for
      them to walk down the aisle together.

      "Jen told him straight out that she wouldn't put up with any more
      delays. And since she has always wanted a Greek Orthodox wedding -
      John said he would happily do anything to make her dream come true.

      "Nothing would make Jen happier than to have her own Big Fat Greek
      Wedding - and John is totally on board."

      The source continued, "Jen was exposed to the Greek Orthodox religion
      growing up because that's her dad's background.

      "Her first marriage, to Brad Pitt, was a huge, extravagant affair,
      but it was not a church wedding. Jen isn't overly religious, but she
      wants one now."
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