The actress is an unabashed Bachelor superfan

Another celebrity Bachelor superfan has come forward!

During an appearance on Thursday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Jennifer Aniston sat down with host Jimmy Kimmel — a fellow fan — to discuss Nick Viall‘s upcoming season of the hit show.

“Another thing you share in common with … me and with my wife, is we all watch The Bachelor,” said Kimmel, 49. “You are very into it.”

The host then brought up this week’s casting announcement, which revealed that Viall, 36, will have 30 women to choose from starting night one.

“That’s more! Isn’t it usually 27 or [24]?” said Aniston.

Kimmel informed her they “upped it this year,” and Aniston acknowledged that it’s likely because Viall is “so awesome.”

“He’s pretty cute,” she added. “I do like Nick. A lot of people were iffy about Nick at the beginning!”

Kimmel pointed out that that might be because Viall has already been on three seasons from the Bachelor franchise and Aniston laughed.

“What does that say?” she said. “[If you] make him the Bachelor, he has to leave with someone!”

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Finally, Kimmel decided to pull up photos and job descriptions of the 30 women on a screen behind him and had Aniston select who she thinks will be Viall’s final four.

“Oh! Pilates instructor — well, she’s probably very bendy,” mused Aniston, scanning across the pictures and noting that some of the women were health counselors or dental hygienists.

“You think the guys care about their jobs?” said Kimmel.

Aniston eventually settled on her first pick: Corinne, at 24-year-old business owner from Miami. (But, noted Aniston, she’s probably “too young to get married.”)

Her second pick was Elizabeth — “I like a doula!” — and third was Rachel, a lawyer.

“She’s cute. Look at those arms!” said Aniston. “And she’s an attorney — she’s smart. He’s going to need an attorney, don’t you think?”

For her fourth pick, Aniston selected Danielle M., a neonatal nurse from Nashville — but she refused to narrow down the winner.

“I’m not going to jinx it!” she said. Fair point, Jen!

The Bachelor premieres Jan. 2 and Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weeknights (11:35 pm. ET), both on ABC.