Actress Jennifer Aniston recently topped a list of celebrities Americans wanted to sit next to at a Christmas dinner in a survey conducted on 1,008 people by retailer HomeGoods, Reuters.com reports. The Friends alumna got 30 percent of the votes, with the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, following close behind at 21 percent. Brad Pitt, incidentally Jen's ex-husband, landed third on the list with 16 percent.

Among the other frequent choices were former Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen, actor Ashton Kutcher, and reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

How about you, FNites? If you could invite any local celebrity to your holiday dinner party, who would it be? Now's the time to tell us about your dream guest list!

If you want to sit next to someone frank and opinionated, perhaps you'd like to invite Marian Rivera or Cristine Reyes. If you want to exchange wardrobe ideas and talk makeup and jewelry, you might want a fashionista like Heart Evangelista or Anne Curtis to be at your party. If you're looking for easy conversation, on the other hand, you might choose to invite Sarah Geronimo or Judy Ann Santos.

For the truly ambitious, maybe you'd like to invite your dream guy instead. Take your pick from hunky stars like Piolo Pascual, Jericho Rosales, and Coco Martin. Hopefully, you won't have food bits in between your teeth when you smile at them!

No matter which celebrities you'd like to see at your Christmas party, we'd love it if you told us all about them.

Female Network wants to know:

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Which local celeb would you want at your holiday dinner party?



Leave a comment to let us know!


While we're on the subject of holiday wishlists, check out which actors FN wants to have under the Christmas tree:


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