‘Friends’: David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston Become A Real Life Couple This Time?

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After ”Friends: The Reunion” Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer are reportedly spending a lot of time together.

The grapevine is ripe with the news of the “Friends” stars becoming romantically involved in real life. During the filming of the sitcom, the stars had a huge crush on each other, however, during the reunion, Aniston admitted that they didn’t enact on it. They channelized all their love to make their on-screen characters real.

“We were both crushing hard on each other, but it was like two ships passing. One of us was always in a relationship and we never crossed that boundary,” Schwimmer said during the reunion episode. Aniston said: “I remember saying one time to David, ‘It’s going to be such a bummer if the first time you and I actually kiss is on national television.’ And sure enough, it was. We just channeled all of our adoration and love for each other into Ross and Rachel.”

HBO Max streamed “Friends: The Reunion” on May 27, 2021.  5M viewers across the globe watched it live. Millions of fans watched the telecast on various streaming apps later.

Will The Spark Ignite This Time?

During the reunion episode, Schwimmer said: “I had a major crush on Jen,” while Aniston replied: “It was reciprocated.”

According to a report by Closer Online, the two are spending a lot of time cozying up. “After the reunion, it became clear that reminiscing over the past had stirred up feelings for both of them and that chemistry they’d always had to bury was still there. They began texting immediately after filming and, just last month, David flew from his home in New York to see Jen in L.A.,” a source close to the couple told Closer.

“They’ve been spending time at Jen’s home, where she’s cooked dinners in the evenings, and have enjoyed quality time together, chatting and laughing. They were also spotted drinking wine, deep in conversation, as they walked around one of Jen’s favorite vineyards in Santa Barbara, where it was clear there was lots of chemistry between them,” the source further added.

Lucky the Second Time?

Aniston was married to Brad Pitt, but they divorced in 2007. Her marriage to Justin Theroux lasted only for two years and the couple divorced in 2017. Schwimmer was married to actress Zoë Buckman, and the couple divorced in 2017. Since the stars are single now, the fans are praying for their reunion in real life. For now, Aniston and Schwimmer have not confirmed anything publicly, and the fans have to wait for their official confirmation.

The Friends Reunion

Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer all gathered for the reunion and remembered their days when they acted in the sitcom together. The set was done exactly in the same fashion as the apartments of Monica (Cox) and Joey (LeBlanc). Their famous hangout place, the coffee house “Central Perk” looked exactly the same the way viewers have seen in the famous TV series.

NBC aired “Friends” from September 22, 1994, to May 6, 2004, and the TV show had ten seasons. Even after 16 years, the sitcom did not lose the charisma of the fans. Many fans whose recorded words were played during the “Reunion” talked emotionally about the TV series, and how it had become an integral part of their lives during those years. Many viewers mentioned that the six stars were like their real friends. Moreover, how they helped them to cope up with depression, ailments, and other tragedies which they were dealing with during that period.

For more updates, keep watching this space.

David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston Become A Real Life Couple This Time

4 thoughts on “‘Friends’: David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston Become A Real Life Couple This Time?”

  1. I wish David Crane and Marta Kauffman created some more seasons of the sitcom after the reunion.

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