Although his fans remember his on-screen antics as Chandler, Matthew is ready to talk about the bad things that happened. The actor reportedly struggled while the show was being filmed. He even battled an addiction and felt the extreme pressure to laugh a lot.
Now, Matthew Perry has announced that he will be writing a new memoir titled Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing, which he announced on Twitter. According to US Weekly, a source close to them has said, “He will, of course, delve into his addictions, plus clear up rumors about his feelings for the Friends colleagues,” while revealing further details about the book.
So much has been written about me in the past. I thought it was about time people heard from me. The highs were high, the lows were low. But I’ve lived to tell the story, even if at times it seemed like I wouldn’t. And it’s all there. I’m sorry it’s not a pop-up book. pic.twitter.com/q4qYd7Zp6t
— Matthew Perry (@MatthewPerry) February 10, 2022
“It wasn’t always a bed of roses for Matthew on and off the Friends set. He will also discuss what the reunion was like, both good and bad,” the insider claimed as he talked about Matthew Perry’s new memoir. “It won’t be brutal or mean, just very honest. But given the nature of Matt’s life and experiences, that guarantees an incredibly juicy read!” the source continued.
As well as delving into his addictions and clearing up some rumors about his feelings for the sitcom co-stars, the actor will reportedly talk about what went wrong with several of his past relationships. The entire cast had a reunion special recorded in 2021 that took them and the fans on a nostalgic journey.
Meanwhile, recently, Matthew Perry’s co-star Courteney Cox made headlines for sharing emotional feelings after filming the Friends reunion special last year. Keep an eye on Koimoi for more!
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