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Matthew Perry reveals he requested out Jennifer Aniston however she shot him down: ‘I liked her too much or in the wrong kind of way’

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Actor Matthew Perry‘s sarcastic, emotionally awkward character of Chandler Bing within the common sitcom Friends introduced him unparalleled reputation. The actor lately revealed that years earlier than he was solid on the present, he had as soon as requested out Jennifer Aniston however the latter wished to simply keep associates with him. They later labored collectively on Friends.

According to a report in Entertainment Weekly, Matthew wrote within the ebook about how he felt when he met Jennifer. The actor wrote, “I was immediately taken by her (how could I not be?) and liked her, and I got the sense she was intrigued, too — maybe it was going to be something. Back then I got two jobs in one day — one was Haywire, an America’s Funniest Home Videos-type show, and the other was a sitcom. So I called Jennifer and I said, ‘You’re the first person I wanted to tell this to!’”

However, the actor writes that he may need come on too robust, he ultimately ended up asking her out, solely to get declined. He wrote, “Looking back, it was clear that this made her think I liked her too much or in the wrong kind of way… and I only compounded the error by then asking her out. She declined (which made it very difficult to actually go out with her), but said that she’d love to be friends with me, and I compounded the compound by blurting, ‘We can’t be friends!’”

The actor additional revealed that his emotions for Jennifer ultimately “disappeared in the hot glow of the show”, “That, and her deafening lack of interest,” he wrote.

In a current interview with  Diane Sawyer for ABC News, Matthew stated that anybody might have crush on his co-stars Jennifer, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow. He stated, “How can you not have a crush on Jenny, and Courtney, and Lisa? So that made it kind of difficult to go to work because I had to pretend that I didn’t have these crushes.”

Matthew’s memoir will launch on November 1, which speaks not nearly his journey in Friends, but in addition his well being, private life and profession.