Jennifer Aniston of 'Friends' Tells Howard Stern She Is Single but Hates Being Set Up
In an interview with Howard Stern, actress Jennifer Aniston opened up about her love life, revealing that she hates being set up with a potential partner.
Jennifer Aniston, who shot to fame with her role in the popular TV series "Friends," does not have time for love.
In a new interview with Howard Stern, the star opened up about her dating life and how she does not like the idea of being set up.
Jennifer Aniston star as Rachel Green of NBC's comedy series "Friends." | Source: Getty Images
SHE LOVES HER WORK
Aniston's love life has been a subject of interest for her fans for years. Her famous romances from John Mayer to Brad Pitt and her 2017 divorce from Justin Theroux were some of the greatest highlights for the tabloids.
The actress has not been back on the dating game in a while now, and according to her, she is channeling all the energy towards her work.
Jennifer Aniston attends the 87th Annual Academy Awards in 2015. | Source: Getty Images
However, the fact that Aniston is not seeing anyone does not mean that she hasn't been able to find anyone.
In fact, the actress hates being set up on a date. During her interview with Stern, she refused his offer for a nice date.
"Hey, listen, I just don't like being set up. I don't like it. I hate it."
Jennifer Aniston attends the Open Roads World Premiere of "Mother's Day" in 2016. | Source: Getty Images
Aniston is super busy with her work, understandably so with the preparation for the upcoming comedy series "The Morning Show" coming up.
The series is only launching on Apple's new streaming service Apple TV+ in November, but planning for a new season of the show is already underway.
Fans are over the moon since they will have Aniston back on the screens in "The Morning Show" which is the first series regular for the actress after "Friends."
The show is expected to premiere on Apple TV+ on November 1, the same day that Apple TV+ is debuting.
"FRIENDS" REBOOT IS OUT OF THE EQUATION
Aniston revealed that she misses the show every day and that she would be "nothing without it." That being said, she also admitted that the reboot of the show would be a non-starter.
Until "Friends," the actress starred in the "Ferris Bueller" TV adaptation and "Molloy." To someone who thought she was the "most uninteresting person in the world," Aniston became a Hollywood A-lister after "Friends" became a massive hit.
Now that Aniston has joined the Instagram world, fans can see more of her!