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Jennifer Aniston Reveals ‘SNL’ Job Offer

HollywoodNews.com: Making the media rounds in promotion of her latest comedy “Just Go With It,” which also stars Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston revealed a rather surprising piece of information Wednesday on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Aniston told Winfrey that when Sandler scored a cast member position on SNL in the 1990s, he recommended her to the show’s executive producer, Lorne Michaels. Aniston even met with Michaels in his ninth floor office at the iconic 30 Rock in New York City.

But she rejected the job offer, telling Winfrey the show was too much of a “boys club.” Instead, Aniston signed on to the NBC sitcom Friends. It looks like Jen did pretty good for herself after all.

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