Matthew Perry says ‘Friends’ co-stars won’t read memoir

Matthew Perry says ‘Friends’ co-stars won’t read memoir

Will they? Won’t they?- Matthew Perry doesn’t think that they will.

In an interview with GQ, Perry thinks his ‘Friends’ co-stars won’t bother reading his upcoming memoir.

“Why would they read it? I don’t know,” Perry, 53, told GQ in an interview published on Thursday, October 27.

“Because, you know, who cares? Addicts are going to care about this, and fans of Friends are going to care about this. But the cast is not going to really care about this.”

Perry starred as Chandler Bing in the hit NBC comedy from 1994 to 2004.

However, Perry hints to ABC there is at least one, “She was the one that reached out the most,” Perry told Diane Sawyer during his October 21 interview with ABC.

“I’m really grateful to her for that.” He said, referring to Jennifer Aniston.

US Weekly reported Lisa Kudrow, 59, wrote the forward for the memoir which is set to hit stores on November 1.

“It’s a hideous disease, and he has a tough version of it. What’s not changing is his will to keep going, keep fighting and keep living,” Kudrow told the New York Times on Sunday, October 23.

“I love Matthew a lot. We’re part of a family. I’m basically ending this with ‘I’ll be there for you’ [the Friends theme song], but it’s true. I’ll always be there for him.”

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