The Friends: Reunion Special was released worldwide on May 27, 2021. The cast of six – David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and Jennifer Aniston – came back together to share the blissful legacy of the ’90s sitcom. Fans of the sitcom Friends were thrilled to see the cast of six, including besties Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox, get together for a special episode. However, one tabloid reports that Jennifer and Cox fought behind the scenes of the Friends: Reunion Special.
According to a report in The National Enquirer, Jennifer Aniston âtookâ the spotlight while filming for the promos and interviews for the big event. According to the report, this made Cox angry. An unnamed source on the report said: “The producers wanted Jen to be the center of attention in most of the interviews and promo ops, and no one really argued against it at the time because of the informal discussion that the others were still getting a lot of headlines The source added that what was to become a reunion “quickly became the Jennifer Aniston Show.” The report mentioned that Cox had a problem with Jennifer being “very bossy and selfish”. The insider also claimed, “Courteney thought it was ironic that Jen would make such a big deal of her ‘feelings’ for David, as Jen used to deny it!”
Gossipcop.com has investigated and debunked the truth behind the story. According to the website’s report, a source close to Aniston has denied the allegations. The report noted that in the press interviews for the special, the attention and screen time everyone received was “evenly distributed”. On the fact that Cox was pissed off that Aniston and Schwimmer’s mutual crush became known, the website stated that the special didn’t spend much time on the subject. It was only addressed and the conversation between the actors continued.
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