Jennifer Aniston reveals first big purchase with 'Friends' money
Jennifer Aniston, the beloved actress known for her iconic role as Rachel Green on the hit TV show "Friends," recently revealed her first big purchase with the money she earned from the show.
In an interview with People magazine, Aniston shared that she bought a painting by artist Clyfford Still for $21,000. She explained that she was drawn to the abstract expressionist style of Still's work and that the purchase was a significant moment for her.
Aniston also reflected on her time on "Friends," which aired from 1994 to 2004 and remains one of the most popular sitcoms of all time. She noted that the show's success was both thrilling and overwhelming, and that it took her some time to adjust to the fame and attention that came with it.
Despite the challenges, Aniston said that she remains grateful for the opportunities that "Friends" provided her and for the enduring legacy of the show. She has since gone on to have a successful career in film and television, with roles in movies like "Marley & Me" and "The Break-Up" and more recently, the Apple TV+ drama "The Morning Show."
In other news, the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on countries around the world, with new variants of the virus emerging and vaccine distribution efforts underway.
In the United States, more than 31 million people have been infected with the virus, and over 560,000 people have died. While case numbers have been declining in recent weeks, public health officials are urging Americans to continue following precautions like wearing masks and practicing social distancing to prevent a resurgence of the virus.
The vaccine rollout in the U.S. has been picking up speed, with more than 140 million doses administered so far. President Biden has set a goal of administering 200 million doses by his 100th day in office, and many states are opening up vaccination eligibility to all adults in the coming weeks.
However, the vaccine rollout has also faced challenges, including supply chain issues and vaccine hesitancy among some populations. Public health officials are working to address these challenges and ensure that vaccines are distributed fairly and efficiently across the country.
Finally, in international news, tensions are rising between Russia and Ukraine, with both countries massing troops along their border. Russia has cited concerns over the treatment of ethnic Russians in Ukraine as justification for its troop buildup, while Ukraine has accused Russia of preparing for a military invasion.
The situation has raised concerns among world leaders, with President Biden expressing support for Ukraine and urging Russia to de-escalate the situation. The United States and its allies have also imposed sanctions on Russia in response to its actions.
The situation in Ukraine is just one of many challenges facing the international community, including ongoing conflicts in Syria, Yemen, and other countries, as well as the continued spread of COVID-19 and the global economic downturn. As countries work to address these issues, cooperation and diplomacy will be key to finding solutions that benefit everyone
Jennifer Aniston, the beloved actress known for her iconic role as Rachel Green on the hit TV show "Friends," recently revealed her first big purchase with the money she earned from the show. In an interview with People magazine, Aniston shared that she bought a painting by artist Clyfford Still for $21,000. She explained that she was drawn to the abstract expressionist style of Still's work and that the purchase was a significant moment for her.