Jennifer Aniston does not want you to play matchmaker

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Jennifer Aniston simply revealed in an interview with Howard Stern that she might have been part of the solid of Saturday Night time Stay previous to her position as Rachel Greene on NBC's Pals, however finally the profession flip didn't work out.

And Aniston has no interest in letting her friends set her up on a date either, as she says she "hates it" when people try to play matchmaker for her. "I was nursing Ava on set, and Jen just kept going, 'You have a baby?,'" the 43-year-old actress stated.

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. Aniston remembers showing up to Rockefeller Center for a meeting with SNL showrunner Lorne Michaels and seeing Adam Sandler and David Spade, whom she had met in her early twenties through a guy she had done another TV show with.

According to Saul Austerlitz, author of the book Generation Friends: An Inside Look At The Show That Defined A Television Era, the actor's character Chandler was meant to sneak into a gay bar because he loved the bar chef's tuna melts. But she "hates" being set up by friends and family. Then, about four months later, the whole s- hit the fan and, basically, we had to start from scratch. Jennifer, 65-years old, is not ready to mingle. "Oh my God, we laughed so hard", she said."No one in that crew annoyed you?"

"I went to talk with him, I was such a young twit", Aniston said.

Cox, 55, documented the dinner with an Instagram photo of herself with Aniston and LeBlanc.

"We all miss it every day", Aniston tells during her conversation with Stern about how she and the rest of the previous cast feel regarding Friends.

Aniston might be seen on the Apple TV collection The Morning Present, the place she portrays veteran tv anchor Alex Levy, who's pitted in opposition to a youthful reporter, Bradley Jackson, performed by Reese Witherspoon.

"I really think there is an idea if there is a reboot of the show, it won't be even close to as good what it was", she said.

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