It’s been a month since Jennifer Aniston lost a friend. The actress who appeared in the 2024 Critics Choice Awards on Sunday said the best way to remember her late Friends co-star Matthew Perry while talking with Entertainment Tonight.
This devastating news shocked the world on Saturday, October 28 after found dead in a hot tub at a house in Los Angeles. He was only 54 years old at the time of his death. As per the autopsy report the cause of his passing away is acute effects of ketamine. The late actor who got a heartfelt tribute at the 75th Emmy Awards held on Monday might also get a special homage from his co-actors. Let’s delve into the entire details of the story.
Jennifer Aniston said to celebrate her late friend
The 54-year-old told the media house with a smile, “Celebrate him.”
It is also reported that the long-running NBC series’s cast might reunite to pay tribute to their late friend.
In November, the Daily Mail Online first reported that The Morning Show alum along with Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer might honor Perry who is also the five-time Emmy nominee.
The source revealed to the outlet at the time, “Jen, Lisa, and the rest of the cast want to honor him publicly at some point and give him the tribute he so rightfully deserves – and there have been rumblings to do it at next year’s Emmys.”
For now, Aniston is enjoying the glorious moment of her series The Morning Show which also bagged six nominations at the award including Best Actress in a Drama Series for Aniston, Reese Witherspoon. Their co-star Billy Crudup also got a nom and won for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. On top of that Nicole Beharie and Karen Pittman both received nods for Best Supporting Actress.
“It’s such a wonderful thing that everyone gets to be celebrated because everyone works so hard,” she said of the series. “It’s also fun to be in this room with all of these extraordinary people who have created such beautiful, created such gorgeous work. And we’re all here to celebrate each other.”
Moreover, Jennifer talks about the most anticipated season 4 of the series which has been shelved due to the SAG-AFTRA and the WGA strikes.
“Oh, we’ve started,” the Emmy winner quipped. “I don’t even know where to begin. Should be fun.”