Jennifer Aniston is truly America's sweetheart. She could never do wrong in the eyes of her fans... Or could she? Recently, she may have gotten on the wrong side of them with a new and very controversial interview clip that's going viral...

America's sweetheart might have really given up that title.

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Jennifer Aniston has recently found herself in the hot seat after she got on the wrong side of a UK TV presenter...

But despite the blunder, you still can't help but love her...

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Jennifer Joanna Aniston was born on February 11, 1969, in Sherman Oaks, California. She's the daughter of soap opera star John Aniston and actress Nancy Dow, and began starring in stage productions during the late '80s.

Jen primarily grew up with her mother...

Her parents divorced when she was 9 and with her dad working on the infamous soap opera, Days of Our Lives, she spent most of her time with her mom.

Jennifer landed her first acting job in 1987, with an uncredited role in the movie, Mac and Me.

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She was brought up in Los Angeles, right in the heart of the action.

For the majority of her early career, Jen took on minor roles.

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Although a booming acting career was always going to be on the cards...

She comes from strong acting roots.

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Both her parents are actors and encouraged her interest in drama while at high school. So, it was only a matter of time before we saw her on the big screen.

But we <em>all</em> know what her career-defining role was...

The classic sitcom, Friends, shot Jen to stardom. She played daddy’s-girl-turned-business-woman, Rachel Green, perhaps one of the most lovable characters on the show.

She truly struck Hollywood gold.

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She won both a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award during her tenure on the beloved show. Once the world was introduced to Rachel Green, there was no looking back for Jen...

And Rachel Green very quickly became a household name.

Jennifer fitted the role so well that she was often referred to as “Rachel from Friends,” rather than her actual name. We've all been guilty of using this identification from time to time…

Our hearts were broken in 2004, however.

The beloved sitcom wrapped up after 10 seasons, leaving us to bid a reluctant farewell to our favorite group of friends.

Jen has starred in various other movies over the years...

Alongside Friends, Jen has starred in her fair share of comedies and rom-coms, such as Along Came Polly (2004), Rumor Has It (2005) and Horrible Bosses (2011).

In fact, she's become something of a rom-com native.

A cheesy rom-com just doesn't feel right without her.

She's managed to carve out a long-standing big-screen career following the conclusion of Friends.

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From indie movies like The Good Girl to big-budget smash hits like Bruce Almighty, Jen has well and truly kept in the game.

Although, she has been able to stray away from her usual rom-com-style roles.

Jen most recently starred in Apple TV's tense drama, The Morning Show, alongside Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell.

In fact, she bagged a SAG award for her role in the series.

Her portrayal of big-time news anchor, Alex Levy, impressed both fans and critics.

And she's somewhat been able to shake off her <em>Friends</em> image...

There's no doubt we'll always remember her as Rachel from Friends, but the fact that she now has such a huge movie catalog under her belt has allowed her to stray away from the sitcom slightly more than her former castmates.

There's no doubt that over the years, she's racked up a huge fanbase.

And this was proven when she broke a world record as the fastest time for an account to hit 1 million followers when she joined Instagram last year.

In fact, she temporarily crashed the entire app.

But it was all worth it - we absolutely live for her Instagram posts.

But this week, Aniston has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

An interview on UK TV has got the internet's eyebrows raised.

Everyone's talking about it...


So many people flocked to the comment section after seeing the video.

And no one was happy ...

Jen was interviewed on The One Show Wednesday about Season 2 of her Apple TV+ drama, The Morning Show.


But things took a turn for the awkward when presenter Jermaine Jenas asked Jen about the early starts required for being on set on time.

"I learned the slow burn that it is. It's a very vampire state of life and mind that you guys live in. Everybody comes alive in the middle of the night, and it's a slow-moving train," Aniston said. "I got there at 5 in the morning and the hallways were quiet and people are just slowly waking up, and then all of a sudden, the train starts moving and it gets crazier and crazier. It's utter chaos."


Jenas then interrupted Jen to ask co-star Reese Witherspoon a question.

"Reese, I've got to be honest with you, Jennifer's pretty much sold it to me that she's not a morning person," he said.

But Jen wasn't having it.


"Did I sell that to you?'" Aniston uncomfortably asked. "Did I get a good deal?" Awkward!

Watch the full interview right here.