Major 'Friends' Fan Selena Gomez Gushes Over Jennifer Aniston
Look how beautiful you are! Thank you. Thank you so much. This is incredible!
Selena, you haven't been here-- first of all, I promise I'm not going to scare you. I know that Ellen does that to you. That's quite all right and I-- because, trust me, I hate it, too. And they're just like-- let's show some pictures of how tortured you are by Ellen. Oh, my gosh. Yeah. Hey, look at-- it's just cruel, Ellen. Ellen, it's cruel. I won't do that to you. This is exciting. I know. Oh, first off, are you guys kidding me? Rachel was my life! Like-- I mean, this is incredible. You're so-- But you know what, though? You know what makes me so happy is that I would watch it on channel 33 at 10:30 every night on Thursday with my mom. Yes. And I cried when the whole season was over. But what made me so happy is like, now, people my age and everyone else is just obsessed. And it just makes me so happy for you and for the show. Because it's iconic. Oh, God, I love you.
Selena, you're so-- you've always been so sweet. You really are a genuine fan. And it's amazing. And we've met. We've known each other for years. You've been to my house. We've had pizza. Girl after my own heart, do we love a pizza, or what? We love a pizza. It's so much fun. Now, someone-- I was told that you recall us meeting for the first time in a bathroom. Yes. Remind me of where-- Well, nobody knew who I was. And you were in the bathroom wearing a black...
dress. OK, weird. And I think we were at Vanity Fair-something event. And I was there with my mom. And I walked into the bathroom. And I saw you. And you were just so nice. You just walked out to the bathroom. And you were going back. And my heart stopped. And I freaked out. And I ran to my mom. And I was like, oh, my God, I just saw
Aniston. I was like, oh, my God! Did I say hello? Did we have pleasantry? No, you were busy. Washing my hands, I hope. Yeah. No, you were fine. You you're everything that I wanted. Bless your heart. Now, you have a CD that that's come out. Yes. It debuted at number one. I mean, it's incredible. It's incredible. And you're getting the greatest reviews of your career. Yeah, it's pretty exciting-- It's exciting, isn't it? --to work on something for so long. It's been four to five years since I had released any of my own personal music. So I was very nervous. You don't really know what's going to happen. And to get the reviews that I've gotten has validated the fact that I do know I'm a real artist. And that I've worked my-- sorry. I've worked really hard. You can say "ass" on this-- Oh, I can? Oh, no, you can't. Sorry. That's-- I keep forgetting. But I've worked really-- I've worked-- Oh, we can say "ass." OK, well, I've work my ass off for this. Yes, girl. And, I mean, I have to say, "Lose You to Love Me," that's a very...
revealing song. And it is nerve wracking when you are putting your honesty, your heart out there. And yet, it always seems to pay off. Because that's what people really respond to, is your authenticity, your beauty and your honesty. Well, I appreciate that. And I think that was the whole point. As I was younger-- or when I was younger, I felt like it was a weakness to be vulnerable and to share my heart with people. And I realized that everybody else seemed to be narrating my life for me. Yes. So why don't I put something out that is my side of the story? It's not hateful or anything. It's simply a beautiful moment to let go of. And I was really, really proud of it. Oh, my gosh. Congratulations. That must just feel incredible. Thank you. The name of