Jennifer Aniston gave a rundown of her appearances on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show after being the final guest as the show’s 19th season came to a close. Jennifer was the first-ever guest on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, which premiered in 2003. She is known to be a close friend of Ellen’s. Aniston said her goodbyes to the show with a beautiful post.
The Friends star posted a video to her Instagram account that featured a compilation of all of her appearances as a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Aniston sent a poignant message in the subtitles, thanking the comic for her performance, which has been entertaining audiences for 19 years. She penned,”19 years. Boy, that went by in a flash. We all need laughter in our lives and that’s something that Ellen has given to me and to the world in spades. Thank you for making dreams come true for so many. You’re gonna be missed.”On May 26, the final episode of DeGeneres’ show aired, and Aniston appeared as the final guest. The two reminisced their first interaction on the show and Aniston also spoke about what she would want Ellen to take up next as she bids adieu to her hosting duties.
Jennifer also joked about her divorce from Brad Pitt in the final episode of the 19th season, revealing how she handled the conclusion of her renowned sitcom Friends, revealing that she got divorced and went to treatment as a result. Other well-known celebrities who appeared on Ellen’s final episode were Pink, the artist who wrote the show’s famous theme song.
After 19 years on the show, Ellen DeGeneres announced her retirement on Thursday.
The comedian began the series finale with a montage of her prior show entrances over the years before launching into her monologue, which focused on the societal progress she believes the world has achieved in relation to the LGBTQ+ community, which DeGeneres has long been a member of.
“20 years ago, when we were trying to sell the show, no one thought that this would work. Not because it was a different kind of show, but because I was different,” DeGeneres said. “When we started this show, I couldn’t say ‘gay’ on the show. I was not allowed to say ‘gay.’ I said it at home a lot. ‘What are we having for gay breakfast?’”
DeGeneres told the audience: “If I’ve done anything in the past 19 years, I hope I’ve inspired you to be yourself. Your true, authentic self. And if someone is brave enough to tell you who they are, be brave enough to support them, even if you don’t understand. They’re showing you who they are, and that is the biggest gift anybody can ever give you. And by opening your heart and your mind, you’re going to be that much more compassionate. And compassion is what makes the world a better place. Thank you so much for being on this journey with me.””I feel the love and I send it back to you,” she added. “Bye.”