Jennifer Aniston discovered showing on the final episode of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ to be “bizarrely sad”.
The 53-year-old actress appeared on the long-running chat present in May, and Jennifer struggled to carry herself collectively whereas filming the landmark episode.
The Hollywood star – who’s finest identified for taking part in Rachel Green in ‘Friends’ – shared: “It was so bizarrely sad. I have to say, because I did the show at the beginning of the year and I was really emotional then, and I kind of was like, ‘I can’t do that on the last show. I’m going to really lose it.'”
Jennifer was Ellen’s first visitor when the present premiered in 2003, and she or he made a number of appearances throughout its 19-season run.
But the actress made a degree of chatting to Ellen backstage earlier than they filmed the emotion-filled closing episode.
She advised People: “We made sure we saw each other beforehand so we could get any of that [emotion] out.
“It did not really feel just like the final present. It was weird.”
Ellen opened her final show with a clip from the first-ever episode. She later closed the landmark show with a monologue celebrating the changes in LGBTQ representation in showbiz.
Ellen explained that she “was not allowed to say homosexual” at the start of her career.
The TV star – who is married to actress Portia de Rossi – said: “I used to be not allowed to say ‘homosexual’. I stated it at house loads. Like, you understand, ‘What are we having for our homosexual breakfast’ or ‘Pass the homosexual salt? Has anybody seen the homosexual distant?’ Things like that, however we could not say ‘homosexual’. I could not say ‘we’ as a result of that implied that I used to be with somebody, positive; could not say ‘spouse’ and that is as a result of it wasn’t authorized for homosexual folks to get married – and now I say ‘spouse’ on a regular basis.
“Twenty-five years ago, they cancelled my sitcom because they didn’t want a lesbian to be in primetime once a week, and I said, ‘OK, then I’ll be on daytime every day. How about that?'”