Jennifer Aniston recently opened up in an interview with a magazine stating that she would want to swap bodies with Brazilian fashion model Gisele Bundchen.

Aniston, who gained worldwide recognition for portraying Rachel Green on the television sitcom "Friends," spoke about her health and beauty secrets in an interview with Self magazine, where she said that if she had to trade bodies with one person then it would be “Gisele's body.”

Aniston told the magazine: “I'd love to be able to ski like a crazy person, like Lindsey Vonn.”

Revealing her desires and guilty pleasures, Aniston said that she could eat nachos even if they had fallen to the ground. “I fry the chips myself. Just take a tortilla, cut it into triangles, and throw 'em in coconut oil,” she said.

She told the magazine that no one could beat her in “Concentration. That's a good game. And Rock Mahjong! When I had a Megatouch—it's a wonderful machine with over 100 games—I played that too much. And also Castle Bandits!”

Aniston spoke about the current selfie trend saying: “I don't understand them.I feel like there's enough out there, why add to it?”

She also said that she hated it when her friends sing along to music. “Oh my God, I hate it. I like to hear the song—don't sing it. Please! I'd record you to sing it if I wanted to hear you sing it.”

Aniston’s idea about a Sunday morning is “having eggs and a bagel and reading the paper. I start with the front page, then the travel section, arts and leisure or the calendar. How I take my eggs depends on my mood. But I always throw a yolk in there—the yolk's got a bad rap.”

The 45-year-old actress told the magazine that if she had a program running on her own TV network, it would air “good news! Just positive stories. Heroic stories. Cute puppy dogs doin' stuff. Great television shows. I'd bring back all the great television shows from the 70's. Put Taxi back on the air. Things to make you smile.”

According to reports, Aniston has four films coming up in the next two years, including the sequel to 2011 comedy “Horrible Bosses.”