Kim Kardashian may have her fair share of haters, but Jennifer Aniston isn't one of them.
Aniston defends Kardashian and other reality stars in the upcoming documentary "$ellebrity," a flick directed by celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur that gives a look at the relationship between paparazzi and celebrities.
“There’s nothing wrong with Kim Kardashian and all those people,” says Aniston during her "$ellebrity" interview, according to Celebuzz. “If that’s how they choose to make a living, more power to them.” The actress notes, however, that she doesn't choose to expose her personal life to the cameras. “My line of work is different. I want to entertain people.”
Aniston doesn't enjoy the paparazzi attention. "It's a really weird, scary feeling," she says in the flick. "You're disoriented. You can't see in front of you. It's false imprisonment. I can't get away, I can't get out... It's high stress."
Other celebrities haven't been as kind to the reality TV family.
Actor Daniel Craig has called the Kardashians "f**king idiots" and Jon Hamm said Kim is partially to blame for a culture where "being a f**king idiot is a valuable commodity." Even Aniston's BFF Chelsea Handler has expressed dislike for the Kardashian clan, saying, "Luckily, I don't work at the [E!] building, so I don't have to hang out with the Kardashians."
Maybe mom-to-be Kim will become more private when she moves into the $11 million mansion she just bought with Kanye West, located in the exclusive Bel Air gated community Aniston also calls home.
"$ellebrity" -- which also features interviews from Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sheryl Crow, Elton John, Kid Rock and Salma Hayek -- hits theaters on Friday.