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Jennifer Aniston on ‘Saturday Night Live’.” Here is why they are turned down for a position.
We have been duped.
The whole world was marveling at the astronomical speed in which Jennifer Aniston’s popularity on Instagram and then broke down the algorithm that will allow people to follow her account when she started her own social media profile.
But as it turns out, last Tuesday, it wasn’t the “Friends ” actress’ first go-around on the platform, and thus, she revealed Wednesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
“You had to have a fake Instagram account, though, didn’t you?” Kimmel asked Aniston to 50. “It was a stalker-account, all right,” she said.
The “Murder Mystery” star said that she just wanted to know what is happening in the social media, the app was in before they decided to fully commit to the new modern ways of interaction.
“When I was thinking about doing this, I sort of figured that it was time for the world to understand it, and dip my toe into the social media pool is,” she told the host.
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The late-night host went on to explain to the not-so-new-to-social-media-celeb that she was in fact operational-it was also announced that “for the children” as a “finstagram,” or it is a fake Instagram.
However, Aniston said that with the space and the time they spent on the app before its official profile, the launch will not do much for her knowledge of navigating the app, adding that the learning curve has been steeper than they expected.
Jennifer Aniston attends the 2018 InStyle Awards in Los Angeles, california. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)
“Do you know what is frustrating, is it?” she asked. “When you get a notification, text, like, ‘Oh, I’ve got a text,” and you’re like, ‘Oh, there’s nothing here,” and then you will realise that man has made, such as a heart or an exclamation point or a thumbs up or a thumbs down to someone, something, and you’re like, ” You couldn’t just write like a lord.”
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The “Morning Show” star said she also had problems with the commentary, loved the posts.
“I was able to search for, and then you’ll have to figure out who’s left, which is a heart or a thumbs up or thumbs down,” she said. “It takes a lot more time-consuming than the actual writing of a response to what the person last said.”
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On Tuesday, Aniston has managed to set a Guinness World Record by reaching a million followers on the platform faster than anyone else. They got it done in five hours and 16 minutes, according to the People.
Accomplishing that feat took her up to the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with the title for all of about six months where they opened their Instagram account, at the end of April.