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Aniston & Wilson Eat Dog Treats On TV

1 March 2009 11:00 PM, PST | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson were forced to eat dog biscuits on TV during an appearance on a German gameshow.

The actors, who are currently promoting their new movie, Marley & Me, appeared on variety programme Wetten, dass...? on Saturday night.

The show asks celebrity guests to bet on whether another guest can perform a talent and Aniston won her task by correctly predicting that a woman could identify her dogs by listening to them lap up soup.

Wilson lost the bet and was forced to eat a dog treat as punishment, telling the host, “I wish I had known the stakes first."

But the star refused to obey unless Aniston joined him, telling the star, "Honey, we’re in this together.”

And after wolfing down the unusual snack, Aniston announced, "They’re a little dry. I guess all German dogs love me now.” »

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