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Dolly Parton Ranks 'Friends' Guys Next To Jennifer Aniston on 'Late Late Show' - Watch Here!

Dolly Parton Ranks 'Friends' Guys Next To Jennifer Aniston on 'Late Late Show' - Watch Here!

Dolly Parton and Jennifer Aniston stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden on Thursday night (December 6) and played a hilarious new game called, “Dolly Would or Wouldn’t“!

The 72-year-old country legend was given the task to choose between Jennifer‘s three male leads from Friends — Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Ross (David Schwimmer), and Chandler (Matthew Perry) — asking which one she’d marry, which one she’d have sex with, and which one she’d go on a cruise with.

“Well, Chandler was already with Monica in the show, so that’s out. Ross was with [Aniston], and we’re girlfriends, so I wouldn’t do that,” Dolly said, nodding to Jennifer. “Joey though, on the other hand, he was the only one who left the show kinda single, so I think I’d go with him.”

Jennifer and Dolly also talked about their new Netflix movie Dumplin’ and discussed Friends getting an extension on Netflix – Watch more after the cut!


Dolly Would or Dolly Wouldn’t? – A New Dolly Parton Game Show

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Credit: Terence Patrick; Photos: CBS
Posted to: Dolly Parton, James Corden, Jennifer Aniston

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  • Gala

    Very funny …grandes las dos

  • Joy B Angie

    I laughed a lot …
    T H A N K S !

  • Dirk_Reese-Fan

    That question of James Corden is immoral.
    Jen has her moral principles !!!
    She´d have sxx only with that man, she´d marry !
    It´s not an “either or”. It´s an “as well as” !!!
    And I guess, Jen would go on a cruise only with the man she´d marry and she´d have sxx. Cause she´s searching for a “complete man”. That´s the enlarged form of “as well as” !
    ***
    If Jen wouldn´t search for a complete man, she´d look like a woman, that either isn´t able to hold on a serious relationship (to a man) – or she´d appear like a woman, that wouldn´t be het.
    James thinks he´s a rhetorical genius? Nope !
    ***
    I think “a very immoral thing” for Jen would be the separation of love and sxx – means here: the separation of marrying one man and having sxx with another one – no matter if that happened at the same time or sequencially. It would be both very immoral for Jen.
    ***
    And even if Jen had no other choice of other men on earth
    (even if Joey, Ross and Chandler would be the last men on earth)
    she´d follow her moral principles – at least when it comes to the
    the separation of love and sxx – means to marry the one and to have sxx with the other one.
    ***
    Have a nice day, JBA !
    I hope I´m right with what I´m thinking about Jen´s moral principles. Coz´ Jen´s a “complete women”, who´s searching for a “complete man”.
    ***

  • Joy B Angie

    You are right as usual, DRF – he is not a rhetorical genius
    at all – he is a rhetorical blabber. He makes a show in accordance with his IQ, taste and sense of humor.
    * * * * *
    Fortunately he addressed his question to Dolly Parton.
    She didn’t take it seriously and performed a melody on the washboard – really very funny.
    She is not his therapist.
    * * * * *
    Of course principles are very important, especially,
    in the show business. Some actresses think that
    not having strong principles makes career faster.
    Faster – may be, but not more successful finally.
    * * * * *
    I think Jen is right about having strong principles.
    Because it’s correct in general, and because reputation
    is an important point for the serious writers or Directors.
    It’s a part of Karma: how can writer create a great story
    for the actress he does’t respect ?
    * * * * *
    Also we can see degradation of really great Directors (like A.Hitchcock) who were sure that actors and actresses are sort like a meat.
    * * * * *
    So your points are absolutely correct, DRF.
    * * * * *
    Have a nice day, DRF: just a complete woman is interesting to complete man. And complete women are searching for complete man. How else ?