Matthew Perry Has Revealed Why He Doesn't Want A Friends Reunion, Ever

Could we BE any more devastated?

Matthew Perry went on ITV's This Morning this morning (what a mouthful), to discuss his new play The End Of Longing.

He started to trend because of his slightly dishevelled appearance, but as we've pointed out before - people age, he still looks great, and the headlines about him are bullshit.


Now that's out of the way, we can focus on the bits that really mattered: namely, PERRY DOESN'T WANT TO DO A FRIENDS REUNION - EVER. 

"Everyone always asks about a reunion, and there's been no real talk of that," he told presenter Phillip Schofield, noting that the show ended "so beautifully". 

"That's the concern about doing a reunion show, or a movie, because it ended so well, and you don't want to ruin that," he said.

You won't ruin it, PROMISE. 


However, Perry did admit that filming the show was so fun that a reunion is tempting.

"It was such a great job, we all loved each other so much, and we all had such a wonderful time that subsequent jobs have been harder to do than that one," he said.

"So, yeah. I guess it would be nice to go back and do more, because it was just so much fun."





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