Olivia Wilde is one of the biggest actresses on the planet right now. Wilde is currently starring in Rush with Chris Hemsworth and is engaged to former Saturday Night Live comedian Jason Sudeikis. But, when Wilde had an issue, who did the House star trust? None other than Jennifer Aniston!

Wilde got herself into some public hot water when she made a joke about her and Sudeikis’ sex life, comparing it to Kenyan marathon runners. In reality, Wilde was making a point about oversharing, but all anyone heard was Wilde and sex.   "I reached out to Jen, who has, of course, been through the wringer, and I explained the situation and I said I needed advice on how to deal with these things,” Wilde revealed in the October 2013 issue of Allure. “She wrote me one of the most gracious, wise emails describing her journey and really wonderful words of advice about how to deal with it. And in the end, I think I would do it all again exactly the same way." 

Jen Aniston and Jason Sudeikis Jen Aniston and Jason Sudeikis starred in this summer's We're the Millers.

Wilde better get used to even more interest in her personal affairs, since the 29-year-old is currently planning her wedding to Sudeikis, 37. Wilde told Allure her wedding plans are "slowly developing” and that it will be a “funny, silly wedding.”

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"I trust everyone to not leak any information," Wilde said. "I just hope no one ends up flying a stupid helicopter over it or anything dumb like that." Wilde also gushed about Sudeikis saying he is “fantastic with children." 

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are currently planning their "silly" wedding.

Despite more interest in her love life now that she’s engaged to someone famous, Wilde has a clear perspective on fame since she grew up with famous journalists as parents. "There was definitely a sense that no one was interesting because they were famous. They were interesting because of what they did. And that has stuck with me because when people say, 'Oh, you've made it. Isn't it great? You're famous.' I'm like, Ugh. That's sort of a side effect. It's like the side effect of a medicine: 'You may experience anal itching and fame.’”

We have no doubts about Wilde’s ability to handle everything that comes her way. Rush comes out September 20 in select theaters.