Matthew Perry underwent ’emergency’ surgery a few days before ‘Friends’ reunion.

Matthew Perry revealed that he had to undergo ’emergency dental surgery’ for several days before filming ‘Friends’ reunion in April. “They did all sorts of things,” the 53-year-old actor told Diane Sawyer at a conference that aired Friday on ABC’s “Nightline.” [his] My mouth is on fire.” At the time, Perry’s blunt tone and gaze staring at a thousand yards made fans worried about his well-being. “It felt like my voice was turned off.” He admitted it, but he knew he “couldn’t.” “So what I chose was to do the best I could.” He said to an interviewer who had been interviewing for a long time. Matthew Perry told Diane Sawyer on Friday that she had to undergo “emergency dental surgery” before filming the 2021 “Friends” reunion. ABC News Matthew Perry told Diane Sawyer on Friday that she had to undergo “emergency dental surgery” before filming her 2021 “Friends” reunion. ABC News Up Next Close Among the pair’s 100 guests was fellow “bachelor” nation star Rachel… Perry recently revealed that she’s kept everything clean for the past 18 months. The “Whole Nine Yards” star spoke ahead of Sawyer’s November 1st release of “Friends, Lovers, and Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir.” Several recent interviews. One of the many bombshell stories he discussed was that he lost his front teeth while biting on peanut butter on toast. So I had to replace all my front teeth. “His voice and tone were worn and worn out,” Sawyer noted. At one point in an interview with ABC News Sawyer, I burst into tears. , said the cast could smell alcohol. He said his fellow actors [him] up” and the producers also confronted him about his addiction. Perry tells Sawyer, 76, that he has attended about 6,000 AA meetings, has been in treatment for 30 years, has spent half of his life receiving treatment or in a clean home, and has detoxed about 65 times. Earlier this month, Perry revealed that he nearly died of a bowel rupture from opioid abuse in 2018. At the time, Perry publicly claimed to have suffered a ‘gastrointestinal perforation’, but in reality he spent five months in the hospital, including two weeks in a coma, and had to use an ostomy pouch for nine months. “Doctors told my family that I had a 2% chance of living,” he said in a story published Oct. 19. lung. And it is called Our Lady’s Song. No one survives.” Perry also said that he was one of five people connected to life support that night and that “the other four” were not. After undergoing a total of 15 rehabilitation treatments, the Emmy Award winner described the scars from dozens of stomach surgeries as “a lot of reminders to stop drinking.” He added that the therapist helped him get rid of his addiction when “the next time you think about taking OxyContin, think of having an ostomy bag for the rest of your life.” The “Fool Rush In” star said the remark caused a “little window” to open and he “crawled through him”. He revealed in an interview with Sawyer that Jennifer Aniston had once come to intervene in his trailer. She told the cast that he could smell alcohol. He’s $9 million or trying to quit drinking,” she said. In the same interview, the actor recalled decades of drug and alcohol addiction and how he took control of his life during his long career in “His Friends.” At some point, Perry “will have to get up and get 55 Vicodin and find a way to do it.” “If you’re a drug addict, it’s all math,” he said. “I didn’t do it to feel good or to feel good. I just wanted to sit on the couch, eat 5 Vicodins and watch a movie. It was heaven for me. No more.” He told The Times that he started drinking beer and wine when he was 14. He said he drew the line on heroin. Perry recently announced that she had been clean and not intoxicated in the last 18 months. mattyperry4/Instagram Perry notes in her memoir, “Friends” character Chandler Bing, who married Monica Geller (Courteny Cox) in the 2001 season 7 finale, “to the treatment center… a pickup truck driven by a sober technician.” ” He admits that fans of the show can actually know what drugs he’s taking by tracking his “seasonal weight”. The actor’s book “Friends, Lovers, and the Great Horror: Memoirs” was published on November 1. The Amazon actor also said he had to step down from the 2021 movie “Don’t Look Up” with all his heart. He was stopped “for five minutes” during back surgery because his anesthetic drug had bound to the hydrocodone that was still in his system the night before. He is currently taking Suboxone, a drug to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms, and believes he will do it for the rest of his life. Perry told GQ in an interview released on Thursday. He said he doesn’t expect his “friends” fellow actors to read his book, except for Lisa Kudrow, who wrote the foreword. “I’ll take care of this.”

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