Jennifer Aniston did everything she could to make radio intern look good


Jennifer Aniston is truly one of those “friends” who will always be there for you.

In his upcoming book, Good Listen: Creating Memorable Conversations In Business And Life, author and podcaster Joe Pardavila revealed that the actress went out of her way to grant him an interview when he was just an intern at Scott & Todd in the Morning” was. to 95.5 PLJ.

He recalled being sent to track her down for an exclusive interview on the set of Picture Perfect in 1997. However, when he approached her trailer in midtown Manhattan, her bodyguard stopped him immediately.

“He saw me and guessed what I was up to. He came right up to me,” he claimed in his book.

“I held up my radio mic and said in my most reassuring and innocent tone, ‘Hey, I just want to ask Jennifer a few questions, that’s all.’ The guard let me know that would not happen. His tone was neither reassuring nor innocent.”

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Joe Pardavila recalled the moment she called the station and told him they could talk in the morning.
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However, Aniston, who had heard the commotion, came out and told him she couldn’t speak before hiding back in her trailer. Tail tucked, Pardavila returned to the station.

“A few minutes later, Jennifer Aniston had her assistant call PLJ’s front desk to say that Jennifer felt bad about what had happened. Better yet, she’d like to do an interview with the morning show.”

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Aniston rose to fame after starring in Friends.
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She “chatted with us for twenty minutes about the movie she was making, her time on Friends, anything you wanted to talk to Jennifer Aniston about,” he wrote.

Friends made Aniston a star after it premiered in 1994. The show aired its final episode 10 years later.

Pardavila’s book contains a number of celebrity stories, including ones about Taylor Swift, Jon Bon Jovi and John Mayer.

Good Listen: Creating Memorable Conversations in Business and Life is out July 12.


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