Aniston: Netflix 'Friends' deal a testament of show's value

Jennifer Aniston has responded after Dolly Parton made some NSFW comments about her husband's crush on the "Friends" star, and her theory that he's hoping for a threesome with the duo.

"Of course! Everybody wanted to look like her", Parton said, lamenting that she didn't have a photo of herself to show the audience.

"I met the dog and then as the night went on, it kind of got a little embarrassing because there were other people and she was saying, 'Dolly, don't pee on the rug, '" Parton said.

"Well, Chandler was already with Monica in the show, so that's out". This time, however, the dress chose only aniston's rights as the main star of the evening, because she sang in "the Chunk" (Dumplin') one of the key roles. "I think he fantasizes, like, a threesome".

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"It was hilarious, I think it's flattering". So she went on her way to the airport prior to a flight back to Australia, dressed in comfortable plane wear with wet hair and carrying her luggage.

After an outcry from fans, Netflix announced earlier in the week that it was keeping the adventures of Ross, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey available to subscribers through 2019 - at a reported $100 million price tag to the streaming service. "She said: 'I know when she [Aniston] said 'I named my dog Dolly after you, ' I didn't know how I felt about that'".

"Listen, the girls always say we would love to do it again and the boys are a little less excited about it, for some reason", the "Horrible Bosses" actress explained. "We've decided that we'll just do a remake of the Golden Girls in like 40 years".

The former Friends star shows off her vocal talents on the movie soundtrack, singing Push and Pull with her co-star Danielle Macdonald at Dolly's request. The way this movie captures what it means to be a teen girl just trying to figure out where you fit into this world is more than just relatable, it's special in the way it's brought to the screen.

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