Matthew Perry has talked about his loves and his private life in his new memoirs “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing”, and it seems that nothing has been saved.
For in some of its pages it reveals that He was very much in love with Jennifer Aniston, both before and during “Friends”but she turned him down, according to Page Six.
be captivated by her
The interpreter of “Chandler” relates that I met the actress before recording the successful comedy of situation and that their presence “immediately captivated” him.
He details that at one point he called Aniston and wanted to impress her with the exciting news that she had booked two acting roles.
“It was clear that this made him think I liked him too much, or in the wrong way,” the book reads. Despite this, I decided to ask her out.
However, his colleague rejected the offer and suggested that they just be friends, to which he blurted out: “[Nosotros] we can not be friends!”
In 1994, they both finally sat down for their first table reading, and though Perry still had some romantic feelings for her, “They were able to navigate past the past and focus on the fact that we had both landed the best jobs Hollywood had to offer.”
But what he felt for her continued during the filming of “Friends”. The actor notes that he often found himself analyzing every casual interaction the two had.
When did you stop having feelings for her?
It was slowly but surely that Perry’s feelings for Aniston fizzled out, due to both the show’s success and her continued “deafening lack of interest,” though they did share an on-screen kiss in the season 3 episode “The One with the Flashback”.
Also, he said that when jennifer started dating brad pitt in 1998he “was long over her” and figured out how to interact with her “without it being awkward.”
In “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing,” he also details his brief affair with Julia Roberts in 1995. L left Roberts after two months of dating because he was “sure she was going to break up with me.”
“Why wouldn’t I? I wasn’t enough; I could never be enough; I was broken, bent, disgusting. So instead of facing the inevitable agony of losing her, break up with the beautiful and brilliant Julia Roberts“, I confess.