Jennifer Aniston has a message for the novel Coronavirus. While everyone is frustrated with the extended global lockdown, the Hollywood actor took to her social media accounts to share the message.
Aniston’s message for virus
The COVID-19 forced the world to change its regular routine and lifestyle and made people home quarantined for a number of days. There is no news of when this period could come to an end and people could start living their lives yet again. Maintaining social distance has started making people frustrated and celebrities are no different. A lot of them on a regular basis are sharing their quarantine activities with their fans. Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston decided to share a message for the virus that send the world on a long break.
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Aniston shared a throwback photo of her where she could be seen wearing a casual grey tee-shirt and an orange cargo pant. The photo caption was basically the message for the COVID-19 which read, “Dear COVID… You can kindly [email protected]!k off now thank you BYE TBT”. The photo was clicked by a paparazzi and Aniston was caught noticing the cameraman and giving a not so friendly look with a gesture to him thereafter.
Friends come together
The Friends actress just like others is also spending her isolation period time at home and busy in household word. She is taking her dog for a walk, doing laundry and what not! She along with her co-stars of the famous show Friends are banding together to raise money for America’s Food Fund through the All-In Challenge campaign. The initiative includes Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, and Lisa Kudrow.
Interestingly fans of Friends who donate anywhere from USD10 to USD100 toward the cause may get an opportunity to attend the Friends reunion. According to a report on Harper’s Bazaar, the anticipated reunion had to get postponed for in the wake of the COVID-19 globally.
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