Jennifer Ansiton admits to being isolated a 'little bit more' by staying at home; Details Inside

In her latest interview alongside co-star Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston admitted that she loves being at home and called it her 'safe space'
jennifer aniston,HollywoodJennifer Ansiton admits to being isolated a 'little bit more' by staying at home.
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Jennifer Aniston may be acing the Instagram game after making her debut a few weeks ago, but the Friends alum is also getting real about some struggles. While the social media world can be a bit daunting, the actress seems unfazed by it all. However, she is sharing the downsides of being too much at home at times and how it can isolate someone. She also spoke about how her own  experiences are linked to her latest role in The Morning Show.

In her latest interview with Glamour alongside co-star Reese Witherspoon, Jen admitted that she loves being at home and called it her 'safe space'. She, however, admitted that she has to be conscious of not being at home for too long as it can get 'isolating'. She also related to her onscreen character.of TV show host Alex Levy, who struggles to keep her job after Mitch Kessler (played by Steve Carrell) is fired for sexual misconduct.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Speaking to the portal, Jen said, "I find myself at times isolating a little bit more, staying in - I love being home. Home is a very comfortable, safe space for me. But if you stay home for too long you will become isolated and lose touch with what's going on in the real world." Further, she went on to say, "So that's something I related to Alex on as she done that. She has sort of lost touch in a way and is trying to just survive what's going on with her personally, her child, her relativity, you know what I mean? And relevance and just staying there."

Jennifer has returned to the small screen with The Morning Show 25 years after her Friends stint came to an end. The show which throws light upon the Me Too movement has been garnering rave reviews after premiering on November 1.  

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