Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd + 6 Celebrities Duos That You Didn’t Know Are Friends in Real Life (Part 2)

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Celebrities are always among so many people but it’s really hard to know who are their best friends and who are around just in front of cameras. Nexter.org gathered seven duos that you didn’t know were friends.

Jack McBrayer and Alexander Skarsgård

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These two actors have been close friends for some time, and often appear at awards shows side-by-side. Most recently, McBrayer came to the 2018 SAG Awards with Skarsgård and the pair joshed around during the show and at an after party.

Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd

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Aniston and Rudd first met when they co-starred in the 1998 movie “The Object of My Affection.” They remained close friends, working together again when Rudd joined the “Friends” cast as the side character Mike Hannigan in 2002.

Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne

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Delevingne has a girl gang made up of what seems like every model and pop singer in Hollywood. She’s known to hang out with a variety of celebrities, but one of her closer friends is the retired Disney Channel star.

Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton

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Kim and Paris have actually been BFFs since they were four-years-old when they met in pre-school! In fact, Paris told Yahoo! Style in 2015 that they have been friends since they were “little girls.” Sure, they’ve had their ups and downs… okay, a lot of ups and downs. But what great BFF saga doesn’t?

Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams

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These “Game of Thrones” actresses met on set when they were young. They spend hours on and off set together, they often walk the red carpets together, and they even have matching tattoos in case one of their characters gets killed off. If that’s not true friendship, what is?

Adele and Jennifer Lawrence

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Lawrence and Adele met back in 2013 at the Oscars, where Lawrence snuck backstage to watch the singer perform “Skyfall.” They’ve remained close ever since and have even spent Thanksgivings together.

Lisa Bonet and Marisa Tomei

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Bonet and Tomei starred together on “A Different World” and became close friends. Tomei is the godmother to Zoé Kravitz, Bonet’s daughter. Tomei interviewed Kravitz for InStyle and called Bonet her “best friend.”


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Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd + 6 Celebrities Duos That You Didn’t Know Are Friends in Real Life (Part 2)
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