Sheeran not impressed with Aniston’s culinary skills

Ed Sheeran wasn't impressed by Jennifer Aniston's Thanksgiving feast.

The 'We're the Millers' star invited the British 'Give Me Love' singer to celebrate the American holiday for the first time with her and other friends in Los Angeles last Thursday, and Ed, 22, admits he didn't enjoy all of the traditional food combinations.

Sheeran not impressed with Aniston’s culinary skills

The singer-songwriter told People.com: "I had turkey. I had stuffing. I had sweet potato, which you call a yam apparently, but there was a marshmallow in mine. Is that meant to happen? You shouldn't do that."

Sheeran not impressed with Aniston’s culinary skills

But he insists they had a "really nice" time together as they also celebrated Hanukkah.

He said: "My Jewish friend was there and it was the second day and he was lighting a candle and singing a song with his kids. It was really nice."

Jennifer's manager, Aleen Keshishian, posted a snap online of the three of them together, with the caption: "#happythanksgiving #jenniferaniston @aleenkeshishian #edsheeran."

Sheeran not impressed with Aniston’s culinary skills

Jennifer is not the only former 'Friends' actress Ed is friends with. He tweeted recently to drum up support for Courteney Cox to win a People's Choice Award for her role in 'Cougar Town'.

He wrote: "My friend Courteney is nominated for a People's Choice Award for favourite cable TV actress. She's never won one before, and she lets me live in her beach house, so how's about we all vote for her and win her the ... thang eh? Safe. (sic)"

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