Jennifer Aniston recently shared a very steamy photo of her in a shower with her back turned to the camera and suds in her hair. And her Friends co-star David Schwimmer has a very sizzling response to it! Alongside the steamy photo, Aniston penned in the caption, ‘Something’s coming 9.8.22.’ However, fans of Aniston couldn’t help but guess over the post in anticipation of what’s next for the star.
While some of her fans took to the comment section to simply leave emojis regarding the hot pic, others speculated that the tease could be a new line of products from her beauty line, LolaVie. Meanwhile, Aniston’s friend and co-star, Schwimmer, also added his take on the post with a hilarious response. Schwimmer took to his Instagram and shared a very similar picture of himself in a much more chaotic shower.
David took inspiration from his friend and posed in running water, but his suds managed to make it into his face and eyes. Alongside the photo, David wrote, “@jenniferaniston – a towel I hope??” However, Aniston had no choice but to respond. The actress took to the comments and wrote, Schwim!? Trying to steal my thunder.” However, neither Aniston nor Schwimmer revealed the actual intentions for the photo.
Both David and Aniston have spent the last half of 2021 putting rumours of an off-screen romance between the two of them to rest. After admitting that during the filming of Friends, they each had a little crush on each other, rumours began to swirl that the longtime friends may have become an item years later. However, the duo quickly put an end to what Aniston deemed a ‘really funny’ rumour.
In a previous interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jennifer debunked all the rumours saying, “That was bizarre. I could not believe that, actually. Like, really? That’s my brother. But I understand it, though. It just shows you how hopeful people are for fantasies, for dreams to come true.” The actress further debunked the rumour during an interview with Marie Claire Australia. The actress revealed, “I was getting a couple of texts from people saying, ‘I thought you were on a break, LOL.’ And I kept saying, ‘What are you talking about?’ And then I went online to see what was happening.”