Courteney Cox & Jennifer Aniston Reunite At Movie Premiere After Shocking Feud Rumors — Pics
‘Friends’ fans, get ready to freak! Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston just slammed feud rumors by posing for adorable pics at the ‘Dumplin’ premiere. Take a look!
No fighting here! Courteney Cox, 54 and Jennifer Aniston, 49, sure looked like friends on Thursday night — pun definitely intended. The former sitcomstars reunited on Dec. 6 for the premier of Jen’s new Netflix movie Dumplin’ and posed for a sweet pic together, proving they’ll always be there for each other. Courteney looked super chic in an all-black outfit from her long coat all the way down to her heels. Her Friend‘s co-star sported the same color, but in a gorgeous sequined mini dress. Both of them wore their loose waves center-parted and were all smiles in their sweet shots together, putting the rest the crazy rumors about a supposed feud that swirled earlier this week.
Life & Stylemagazine was first to claim that the ex-besties were having trouble in their relationship. The mag alleged that the pair had a disagreement because Courteney was supposedly still in contact with Jennifer’s ex Justin Theroux, 47. A source claimed, that Jen and Court met for dinner this past September, and “Jen brought up a lot of issues she felt hurt by, including how shut out she felt from Courteney’s wedding and how she always felt like a third wheel around her and Johnny [McDaid] because of their PDA.” But with these two cozying up at the Dumplin premiere with matching sweet smiles, we doubt the report that these two were ever feuding. They look like better friends than ever!
We’re loving these pics of them and only wish there were more. Maybe at Courteney’s upcoming wedding?
The only thing that would have made this pic better? An appearance from either Matthew Perry, 49, Lisa Kudrow, 55, David Schwimmer, 52, or Matt LeBlanc, 51 — or all of the above!
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