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Jennifer Aniston On Quarantine: 'I'm An Agoraphobe'

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By Ivy Pope

Jennifer Aniston, like so many of us who are not essential workers, has been in quarantine for 20+ days. Aniston, who is 51 years of age, and best known for playing the part of Rachel on 'Friends', spoke to Jimmy Kimmel for her round of the at-home edition of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'. She spoke to him on April 1, to share how quarantine has affected her life, and what she's doing to thrive.

'How long has it been since you left your house?' Jimmy Kimmel asked her, as soon as they began to talk. Aniston replied: 'It has been, today's Thursday, today's three weeks.' She was slightly surprised. 'You like to be in the house by yourself,' Kimmel observed, thoughtfully.

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And of course, fans, we didn't know this but Jennifer Aniston is more than happy to be alone in her own home.

'I'm a born agoraphobe. This is kind of a dream…not a dream it’s obviously a nightmare. But, me personally, it’s not been that much of a challenge.' Aniston said in response. There was one part of the whole experience that Aniston has found hard to deal with, and that part is... 'The most challenging thing is watching news, and you know, trying to digest that.' She is of course referencing how COVID-19 is spreading and killing people, as well as the shortages of masks, beds, and so forth that is being seen in other countries like China and Italy.

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Kimmel asked Aniston how often she watches the news, and she replied that she has been checking once in the morning and once in the evening.

Apart from the news checkins, Jennifer Aniston revealed that she's found a lot of free time and has filled that free time with cleaning her house. She claims she even found some "treasures" while organizing her home. An important memorabilia that she kept was an audition she did at 13 for a soap opera called 'Search For Tomorrow'. It's the same show that her father, John Aniston, was on.

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Jimmy Kimmel was not the first person to be getting updates from the Golden Globe winner. In fact, on March 20, Aniston spoke to Ellen DeGeneres via phone call. It was unexpected, because as we know, Ellen was calling her friends at random.

'I’m actually still cleaning out my closet. That’s still happening.' Aniston told Ellen. When Ellen asked what Aniston was doing, and if there were any suggestions she could give the public about staying sane in this time, she was a bit speechless: 'Well, I do suggest a good spring clean right now while we're at it, that can't hurt.'

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She's not been totally alone during self-isolation, as she does have a dog. His name is Clyde, and she's even shared an Instagram Story where Clyde is 'having quarantine thoughts', as he is staring off into space. The state of California is under extremely strict stay-at-some orders during the outbreak, and that means Aniston has not got to leave her house. This also means all of her fans can expect to see her on social media and get more updates that way.

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