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"It Was Devastating:" Jennifer Aniston Rejected "Friends" Co-Star Matthew Perry — But Then Helped to Save His Life (VIDEO)

"It Was Devastating:" Jennifer Aniston Rejected "Friends" Co-Star Matthew Perry — But Then Helped to Save His Life (VIDEO)

Nobody told him life was gonna be this way.

When the smash hit Friends hit the airwaves back in 1994 no one could have predicted the iconic cultural phenomenon it would become.

Arguably two of the best characters were America's sweetheart, Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), and sarcastic goofball, Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry).

On-screen they never ventured past the "friend zone." But off-screen, Perry was falling hard for his co-star.

The One Where Matthew Perry Wanted To Be More Than Just Friends

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