It featured Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler Drew Barrymore talk show on monday.
During her session, which included her Murder Mystery 2 co-star Adam Sandler, the 54-year-old actress touched on a number of topics.
One of the things that tickles the blonde beauty is that she isn’t a huge fan of wearing short hair for a role.
The topic was brought up when she and Drew discussed playing one of the female leads on the popular Seventies TV show Three’s Company in a possible rerun with Sandler.
That popular sitcom was Suzanne Somers as Chrissie and Joyce DeWitt as Janet opposite the late John Ritter as Jack.
Nope: Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler appeared on Drew Barrymore’s talk show on Monday. The blonde beauty who grew up was how she wouldn’t cut her hair for a role
I wouldn’t: Aniston, left, has long blonde hair these days. On the right, she was seen in 2001 with a bob haircut
Aniston said she wasn’t very interested in DeWitt’s role as Janet.
The reason is that Janet had short hair and Aniston shared that she didn’t want to cut her hair short for the role.
Then Jennifer Drew asked, “Can you do the short hair?”
Drew said she was fine with it: “I love Janet. She’s a real no-nonsense girl… I’m more Janet, you’re more Chrissie. “
Chrissy had long blonde hair and was played by sex symbol Suzanne Somers who is also known to deliver exercise equipment.
Jennifer has had short hair in the past.
Aniston cut her hair in 2001 when she was on Friends and married Brad Pitt.
“I cut all my hair off a couple of days ago,” Aniston told ElleUK.com at the time.
She has no credit: Macmillan is the same man who introduced her to The Rachel, which Jane said she hated because it wasn’t her best look, she says. “I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen,” the comedian told Allure.
It wasn’t a role. My hair went through a phase – I did something called a Brazilian and my hair didn’t react well to it.
The cut was done by her hairstylist, Chris McMillan.
Chris has cut it all off, so now he’s kind of there. It’s short! It’s right at my jawline and a little shorter in the back. “It’s choppy, like a choppy bob, I guess you could say,” he said.
Macmillan is the same man who gave her The Rachel, which Jane said she hated because it wasn’t her “best look”.
“I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen,” the comedian told Allure.
Smart trio: Aniston, Barrymore, and Sandler together on set
A Replay Needed: From left, Joyce DeWitt, John Ritter, and Suzanne Somers on Three’s Company
Three’s Company is a fun sitcom set in the beach community of Santa Monica, California. It was broadcast from 1976 until 1984.
Somers left the show after four seasons when she demanded that she be paid the same amount that Ritter was making — she was paid $30,000 an episode versus $150,000 an episode.
But even though Susan wasn’t on the show for its entire run, she’s the one most connected to the action.
Drew brought up the Three’s Company re-working on her talk show Monday: “We came up with a little idea the other day about what a Three’s movie could be like.”
Then she said it was based on a TV show.
Jennifer offered, “Oh, three’s company” to which Adam said, “Man that would be fun.”
Drew asked him for his opinion and said, “That would be incredible.”
Girl power: Drew said on the show, “We came up with a little idea the other day about what a trilogy movie could be like.” Then she said it was based on a TV show. Jennifer demoed “Oh, Three’s Company”
Jennifer shared: “With the Three’s Company kind of, we’d go to the Regal Beagle.”
The Regal Beagle was the pub our roommates frequented.
Adam said, “With Larry.” Larry was Ritter’s womanizer, Larry Dallas, played by Richard Kline.
Jennifer shared: “With Larry. We have to find Ropers. It was Ropers Stanley and Helen Roper, played by Norman Fell and Audra Lindley.
Jennifer asked Adam if he would play Mr. Roper to which he said, “I’m not as good as Jack Tripper, I have to be like Jimmy Tripper.”
a hit! Drew asked, “But who would be Chrissie and who would be Janet, because I would be.” Here we see Chrissie (Suzanne) and Janet (Joyce) with Jack (John)
Still looks great! Somers at Clive Davis’ 90th birthday celebration at Casa Cipriani in April in New York City in April 2022
The Ropers the Ropers the playboy Larry in a still from 1978
Then Jennifer exclaimed, “Well, we’re not doing identical reboots, this will be in spirit.”
Adam said, “I love that idea” while Drew suggested, “We’ll work on it.”
And while sitting down, the Emmy winner spoke about another Adam collaborator: Drew Barrymore.
While at GMA this week, Aniston addressed a potential rivalry with Drew.
Aniston has made three films with Sandler (Just Go With It, Murder Mystery and Murder Mystery 2) while Barrymore has made three as well (Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates and Blended).
“We want to do a movie with the three of us together and put an end to this competition,” Aniston told host Michael Strahan.
“There is no competition,” Sandler added. “Just two great ladies.” It would be great to do a movie together.
Both Sandler’s Colleagues: And while sitting down, the Emmy winner spoke about another one of Adam’s frequent collaborators: Barrymore. Seen March 19 in Washington, D.C
The sequel to a hit movie: Murder Mystery 2 is streaming from Netflix