Jennifer Aniston Tearfully Recalled a Moment With Matthew Perry When ‘Friends’ Premiered

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Jennifer Aniston tearfully recalled a moment with Matthew Perry when ‘Friends’ premiered. During a conversation with Abbott Elementary’s Quinta Brunson for Variety’s Actors on Actors, the actress emotionally talked about her late co-star when she was asked about the upcoming 30th anniversary of Friends. The iconic NBC sitcom Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Courteney Cox. Let’s check out the complete details of this. 

Jennifer Aniston remembered the time she met Matthew Perry

While the producer told Brunson asks the actress how it is like to watch F.R.I.E.N.D.S now, Aniston begins to cry before speaking about a special moment she had with Perry before the sitcom even debuted on television.

“It’s so strange to even think that it’s 30 years old,” the 55-year-old said of the primire day of the show. “Because I remember the day that it was going to premiere on television, on NBC, Matthew Perry and I were having lunch somewhere, and we knew Lisa was getting her hair colored. So we ran into the hair salon, and I snuck up — she was in the sink — and I took the nozzle from the guy that was supposed to be doing it and just started washing her hair. It definitely flew out of control, and that was unfortunate. But the excitement we had, it feels like yesterday.”

The popular sitcom which ran for 10 season will mark it’s 30th anniversary on Sept. 22, just one month ahead of the year anniversary of Perry’s death. 

Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Courteney Cox on Friends (Google)

The actor was found dead at the age of 54 on October 28 of last year due to the acute effects of ketamine on Oct. 28 at a house in California.  

The Morning Show alum and her other Friends co-stars honored Perry through a multiple tribute. Previously the actress also said to “Celebrate him,” in an interaction with Entertainment Tonight.

Moreover, Aniston tells Brunson during the interview, “It was in the ’90s and 2000s, and we had a luxury of there not being social media or the internet, so we were so isolated and protected. You weren’t faced with what people are commenting and ripping you apart or whatever. It was a dreamy time.”

“It was really nostalgic,” she continues. “It was really an innocent time, where we could roam about the world a lot easier. Even thought it became a big thing, we were able to be together and support. But again, there weren’t phones. It’s not like hundreds of screens telling you what it is.” 

Also Read: Courteney Cox Opened Up About Her Relationship With Late Friends Co-star Matthew Perry

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