Jennifer Aniston Is Ready To Be More Than ‘Friends’ With The Right Guy

It’s been three years since Jennifer Aniston’s final severe relationship, however she thinks she’s as soon as once more prepared for love.

The previous “Friends” star, who break up up with actor Justin Theroux in 2018, appeared on SiriusXM’s “Lunch with Bruce” podcast on Monday to debate her love life ― such because it’s been.

“There hasn’t been time [to date]… and it’s COVID,” Aniston instructed host Bruce Bozzi. “Although, people seem to have met and found love during COVID. I don’t know how it works. I’m curious to walk up to those people and go, ‘So, how did ― what happened?’”

Aniston mentioned she’s able to make issues occur romantically in her personal life.

Nevertheless, “no one of importance has hit my radar yet,” the star mentioned.

The rumor mill tried to hyperlink Aniston along with her former co-star David Schwimmer earlier this 12 months, however Schwimmer was fast to close that down.

Discovering that new particular somebody may be a problem for Aniston ― although, in all probability not very a lot more durable than it’s for most individuals ― as a result of she doesn’t wish to meet her subsequent associate through a relationship app like Tinder.

“I’m an old-school girl,” she mentioned Monday, explaining that she’s holding out for the “chemistry” that occurs when she sees somebody “from across a room.”

“People don’t come up to people anymore. People don’t do that,” Aniston lamented. “It’s weird.”

Aniston mentioned her splendid man is humorous, assured ― however not cocky ― and beneficiant and type to others.

There’s one other issue as nicely.

“Fitness is important, and not just about, like, how you look,” Aniston instructed Bozzi. “I want to be around here for a long time, and not be in a wheelchair when I’m 80.”