Breaking News: Jennifer Aniston Hilariously Channels Ghost Whisperer, Claims to Have Daily Chats with Matthew Perry
In a plot twist that even the most seasoned scriptwriters couldn’t cook up, Jennifer Aniston has taken to Instagram to reveal her newfound skill as a ghost whisperer. Move over, Long Island Medium, because Aniston’s got the Hollywood connection to the afterlife.
The whole saga began when Aniston released a statement mourning the apparent drowning of her Friends co-star Matthew Perry. But forget the somber vibes; Jennifer’s got a hotline to the other side.
“Oh boy, this one has cut deep,” Aniston begins, setting the stage for what turns out to be an otherworldly conversation. “Having to say goodbye to our Matty has been an insane wave of emotions that I’ve never experienced before.”
And then it takes a twist. Aniston claims, “I talk to you every day… sometimes I can almost hear you saying ‘could you BE any crazier?'” Cue the laugh track, because Aniston is apparently keeping up with Chandler Bing, or should we say, Chandler Beyond?
In a move that would make even the Ghostbusters envious, Aniston insists, “Matty, I love you so much and I know you are now completely at peace and out of any pain.” Forget therapy; it seems like all you need to find closure is a good Wi-Fi connection and a friend on the other side.
Aniston then reveals a text exchange that would put any sitcom banter to shame. Picture this: a vintage photo from their Friends days with the caption, “Making you laugh just made my day. It made my day :)” to which Aniston responded, “Awww…the first of THOUSANDS of times.” Move over, tear-jerking eulogies; this is the reunion we didn’t know we needed.
In a grand finale that would make Phoebe Buffay proud, Aniston bids farewell with a heartwarming, “Rest little brother. You always made my day…” We can only imagine Perry replying from the great beyond with a sarcastic “Could you BE any more sentimental?”
In a world where grief meets ghostly humor, Jennifer Aniston proves that laughter is not only the best medicine but also a lifeline to the afterlife. Move over séances; it’s time for sitcom spiritualism.