Singer Selena Gomez says “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston gives her a lot of “maternal advice” and she has had chats with the star over pizza at her house.
The “Come and get it” hitmaker and the actress have been friends since meeting through their management in 2009 and Gomez has often been at Aniston’s house to chat over a pizza.
“Yeah… we met through my management — they manage her as well — so it was kind of like a friendly meeting and instantly she’s, like, inviting me to her house. She has a pizza oven. Like, we’ve made pizzas at her house. She’s very cool and very sweet. She kind of gives me a lot of, like, maternal advice,” Gomez said talking on a radio station, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
The 22-year-old singer has had a long mother-daughter type relationship with Aniston, 46.
Gomez previously last year shared on Instagram a photograph of them together, with a caption: “I have not only been following her career as a fan since I was 8 and now get to watch her completely transform in her new movie ‘CAKE’, I have gotten to have real conversations with such a real heart, made my entire year.(sic)”
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