Jen Aniston: Sorry if you're sick of me!


Jennifer Aniston apologises if Friends fans are sick of the cast. The smash hit TV show ruled the airwaves for ten years, making global stars out of the main characters; Jennifer, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer. While no new episodes have been made since 2004, the endearingly popular show still enjoys daily re-runs on various TV channels.

'Now almost probably too much, so I apologise if you're sick of us'

"It is (a massive compliment that people feel like they know me), yeah. And you know, I think, especially being on a television show for ten years you're in everybody's home. Now almost probably too much, so I apologise if you're sick of us," Jennifer laughed to British TV show Good Morning Britain.

"But yeah there's something... and I love that. Fans are so sweet and warm and excited. It's really nice."

Since Friends wrapped Jennifer has gone on to enjoy an illustrious movie career and often finds herself playing comedy roles.

She's also happy with her fiancé Justin Theroux and admits life couldn't be better at the moment. "No you're not [being presumptuous], I'm in a wonderful place. I'm so happy, I'm excited. I feel proud and I'm proud of the work I've been doing and I'm excited about it. And I mean I work with so many wonderful people. It's been an extraordinary 20 some odd years. I have [had many lifetimes], I've had many sort of like, 'Whoop, reborn. I'm back!'" she gushed.

The 45-year-old will next be gracing cinema screens as kinky dentist Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S. in Horrible Bosses 2, the hilarious sequel to the 2011 original.

The film is full of filthy antics with Jennifer admitting the cast - including Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx - try their hardest to keep a straight faces while filming,

"We're professional - we're not out of control. We're just trying to make the most disgusting, fabulous choice possible," she smiled.

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