Hollywood Actress Jennifer Aniston Gets Emotional On Ellen Show
by Meenakshi | Sat, 11 Sep 2021 10:11:21 GMT
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Hollywood superstar Jennifer Aniston has shocked her fans with the recent appearance on the famous The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The teaser for the famous show was recently released by the showrunner giving the fans some glimpses into the chat between the host Ellen DeGeneres And Jennifer Aniston. The American Actress while appearing for the final season of The Ellen DeGeneres Show got very emotional and could not keep her tears from falling at the very starting moment of the talk show.

The 52-year-old actress has made her 19th appearance at the show. The actress was the first guest of the talk show back in the year 2003 and had since then been continuously making her appearance. The sneak peek for the television show begins with host Ellen introducing the Friends actor. She said, "Our first guest has been a part of the show since literally day one. I am so happy she's here to help kick off our farewell season. Please welcome, my friend, Jennifer Aniston." Jennifer, wearing an off-shoulder jumpsuit, seemed very emotional as she entered the stage waving her hands to the audience and hugging each other saying, "What the hell? This is not supposed to be emotional. God dang it," quipped actress Jennifer while touching her eyes with a tissue.

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She added, "It's not even over." Ellen replied, "No, it's not. It's just starting." With Jennifer adding furthermore, "I'm just- you know, I haven't been out in a long time guys. Like maybe two years. I'm almost not kidding. The last time I was on a soundstage doing a talk show was here. It was here, hosting your show when you were at the DMV."

The Veteran actor Jennifer Aniston earned worldwide fame for her role as Rachel Green in the famous television series Friends (1994–2004), for which she received various awards too such as Primetime Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild awards. She has since then played a number of major roles in countless dramas, comedies, and romantic comedies. Her biggest box office successes were 2003's Bruce Almighty, The Break-Up, and 2008's Marley & Me. The Hollywood actress returned to the television industry in 2019, with her Apple TV drama series The Morning Show, for which she was awarded another Screen Actors Guild Award.