Jennifer Aniston fans have expressed their horror over a resurfaced clip from a 1998 interview with talk show host David Letterman.
In the clip, David is chatting away to Jen before claiming: "I just want to try something".
He then suddenly moves behind her and sniffs her neck, with Jen jolting forward and asking: "What are you doing?"
David then proceeds to grab a piece of her hair and put it in his mouth. She then grabs a tissue and wipes her hair, leaving the audience in hysterics.
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23 years later, the Friends star's fans have taken to social media after the clip resurfaced, branding it 'creepy.'
One wrote: "Can't get over how creepy and disturbing this clip of Jennifer Aniston on Letterman is," shared one fan.
Another said: "This Jennifer Aniston interview on David Letterman in 1998 is still disgusting to watch.
While a third added: "Why did David Letterman put Jennifer Aniston’s hair in his mouth back in the day? I'm so confused."
This comes after a Friends fan has taken to TikTok to share Jennifer Aniston's vocal quirk with the world.
“Jennifer Aniston has this sort of vocal tic that she does at the beginning of every sentence,” they revealed, before showing a video which shows the star compulsively clears her throat before she opens her mouth to recite her lines.
Robyn is a celebrity and entertainment journalist and editor with over eight years experience in the industry. As well as contributing regular to woman&home, she also often writes for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly and The Sun.
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