David Schwimmer’s rep denies Jennifer Aniston relationship rumors
Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer won’t really be relationship in any case.
After information broke on Tuesday that the “Mates” stars had been romantically linked in actual life, Schwimmer’s rep denied the claims.
The rep advised The Impartial “there aren’t any truths to the rumors of a romance.” Schwimmer’s rep didn’t instantly return Fox Information’ request for remark.
The rumors began after Aniston and Schwimmer reunited for the highly-anticipated “Mates” reunion particular again in Could.
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The co-stars, who performed Rachel Inexperienced and Ross Geller, respectively, had been a beloved on-screen couple however by no means took their romance into actual life.
Aniston, 52, and Schwimmer, 54, did admit throughout the HBO Max particular that they’d crushes on one another whereas filming the comedy collection.
Schwimmer stated he “had a serious crush on Jen” whereas Aniston advised host James Corden “it was reciprocated” throughout the present’s run from 1994 to 2004.
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“We had been each crushing laborious on one another, but it surely was like two ships passing,” Schwimmer added of his attraction to Aniston. “One in all us was at all times in a relationship and we by no means crossed that boundary.”
Aniston added, “I bear in mind saying one time to David, ‘It’s going to be such a bummer if the primary time you and I really kiss is on nationwide tv. And certain sufficient, it was… We simply channeled all of our adoration and love for one another into Ross and Rachel.”
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Schwimmer was married to Zoë Buckman from 2010 to 2017. They shared a 10-year-old daughter.
In the meantime, Aniston was married to Justin Theroux from 2015 to 2017. Earlier than that, she was married to Brad Pitt for practically 5 years however they break up in 2005.
Fox Information’ Julius Younger contributed to this report.