CelebritiesNewsBrian Austin Green's Jealousy During Romance with Tiffani Thiessen Explained

Brian Austin Green’s Jealousy During Romance with Tiffani Thiessen Explained

Here’s a story for you. It’s about a beloved pair from the hit NBC series, Friends. The fans? Clueless about the real feelings brewing between the two.

The HBO Max reunion special was a revelation. Aniston and Schwimmer, they confessed. Crushes? They had them. And not just any crushes, but ones that were nurtured during the first season.

Schwimmer spilled the beans. “Yeah, the first season we—I had a major crush on Jen.” Aniston didn’t shy away, “It was reciprocated.”

So, what’s the deal? Why didn’t Ross and Rachel’s real-life alter egos ever become an item? Schwimmer had an explanation. “At some point, we were both crushing hard on each other,” he said. “But it was like two ships passing because one of us was always in a relationship, and we never crossed that boundary. We respected that. But we both—”

Then, Matt LeBlanc chimed in. “Bulls–t. I’m kidding,” he said. He hinted at some possible on-set PDA between the co-stars.

Aniston had a memory to share. “Honestly, I remember saying one time to David, ‘It’s going to be such a bummer if the first time you and I actually kiss is going to be on national television.'” And guess what? Their first kiss was indeed in that coffee shop.

The co-stars did have their moments on set. Schwimmer reminisced, “I thought back on the very first year or two, you know, when we had breaks from rehearsal, like, there were moments where we would cuddle on the couch.” Aniston chimed in, “Or we would spoon and fall asleep on the couch.”

Schwimmer ended with a question. “I’m thinking, how did not everyone know we were crushing on each other?”

Mia Scott
Mia Scott
Mia Scott is a contributor for DatingCelebs specializing in TV and celebrity news. She can be reached at mia@datingcelebs.com.
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