Jennifer Aniston has come to reveal that it was purgative to play the role of a celeb in her new Apple+ drama series The Morning Show who gained fame in the 1990s for her character in Friends.
The compulsive juncture
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, the actress told, ‘To actually look at it from an actor brain observing it and acknowledging it, I had to look at it as opposed to pretending it doesn’t exist.’ And that tuned out being ‘Cathartic, yes, and also interesting for me to look at how I always have tried to normalize being fine and: “everything’s great, you know, this is all normal,” and then there are moments when you have your private breakdown or your: “Calgon, take me away,” moments.’
Meanwhile, the show depicts Aniston in a scene where she freaks out before attending a program but eventually controls herself over thoughts of spoiling her makeup.
Away from the spotlight
The star further remarked, ‘There have been moments – not to that level of hysteria – but moments of: “I don’t want to f***ing go here,” “I don’t want to walk out onto the carpet,” “I don’t want to be seen,” “I don’t want to be looked at and everyone’s going to be talking about me and judging me”…that’s real.’
Riding the speculations
Later on, she expressed, ‘I just loved being able to walk into it and lean into it and not be ashamed of it, but actually just…it was like…”Ooooooooooh.”‘
The unprecedented reflection
Jennifer’s Morning Show character as Alex coincidentally steers through a marital split who is obliged to parent a teenage daughter. All these days, she has served the struggle to retain her popularity while dealing with the consequences of a #MeToo abuse that involves her co-anchor on the screen.