Matthew Perry said that he has finished writing his much-anticipated memoir. Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing are said to have all the “ugly details” of what happened on the Friends set.
Matthew Perry, who became famous for playing the iconic role of Chandler Bing on the hit sitcom, posted a picture of the book’s title on Instagram.
In the post’s caption, he wrote, “My ego doesn’t like that I have to stop writing about myself.” “But now the book is finished. “Well, that’s it.”
According to the book’s publisher, Flatiron Books, it will tell readers what went on behind the scenes of Perry’s comedy show and about his fight with drugs.
OK! Magazine said in the past that the 17 Again actor is going to lash out at the whole crew of the show. Which has “put everyone in a panic.”
An insider told the outlet that Perry “thinks it’s time to come clean not only about his own life but also about the good, bad, and ugly things that happened on the Friends set.”
The source said that the 52-year-old actor “couldn’t care less” if Jennifer Aniston. “He’s not going to hold back,” the source added.
Not only that but Aniston, who played Rachel Green on the show. She feared the upcoming book would discuss why she and Brad Pitt broke up.
A source told Closer magazine, “He (Perry) hasn’t said that the book would include private information about anyone else. But Jen knows that Matthew will want a best-seller to get there. He’ll need to reveal as many juicy secrets as possible.”
Perry had already posted about the book’s release date on his social media accounts. I felt it was time for people to hear what I had to say. The good times were good, and the bad times were terrible.”
“But I’m still here, even though it seemed like I wouldn’t make it. All of it is here. He also said, “I’m sorry, but it’s not a pop-up book.”