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11 October, 2019, 19:40
Aniston's headlining appearance in The Morning Show will be the first time she's been on TV since her legendary role as Rachel Green in Friends made her a household name 15 years ago.
To the extent whether she's right now dating any fortunate fellas-Aniston told Stern, per Radar, that she's "incredibly, occupied" and simply doesn't have the opportunity. "I didn't lecture, I was just saying what I would hope if I was to do this, what I would hope it to be".
Stern jokingly asked her whether she would want him to set her up with a special someone.
When asked if she was dating anyone, Aniston said she was "very, very busy" these days and just doesn't have the time to go out on a date. Ms. Aniston said she "was so devastated" when she heard about his behavior.
Jennifer Aniston on why she returned to television for Apple's The Morning Show. "I'm prepping for next season", she said.
The actor met up with her former co-stars Courtney Cox, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, and Matt LeBlanc this weekend (October 6).
She claimed that she isn't market for a man and hates it when her friends try to set her up for any dates.
The dinner took place at Cox's house and the 50-year-old sitcom star reminisced, "We laughed so hard".
Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston go way back and are quite literally the best of friends, having met on the set of the United States sitcom in 1994. Cox shared a pic on Instagram with Aniston and LeBlanc, captioning it, "A rare night and I love it".
Aniston explained that she turned it down because she didn't think that she would like the environment, even though she already knew some of the stars who were on the show at the time.
The Morning Show has understandably been one of Apple's most-hyped new shows, and it's expected to debut right away when Apple TV+ launches on November 1, although it's likely that only the first couple of episodes will be available at launch, with viewers needing to follow a more traditional weekly release schedule to keep up with the show.
Further adding, "I was like, 'I think that women need to be treated better here.' Because it was such a boys club", she said.