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Jennifer Aniston is NOT going to the Emmy Awards and admits to taking ‘baby steps’ out of quarantine

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Jennifer Aniston is NOT going to Emmy Awards despite Friends: The Reunion nomination… for admitting to taking ‘baby steps’ out of quarantine










She has remained an outspoken advocate of vaccinations to stem the spread of COVID-19.

And Jennifer Aniston admitted she won’t be attending the Emmy Awards next week, despite being nominated for Friends: The Reunion.

The 52-year-old actress told Jimmy Kimmel that after following strict quarantine measures, she is still taking ‘baby steps’ out of the lockdown.

Trying her best: Jennifer Aniston admitted she won’t be attending the Emmy Awards next week, despite being nominated for Friends: The Reunion

While promoting the upcoming second season of The Morning Show, Kimmel congratulated Jen on her Emmy nod ahead of Sunday’s show.

He asked Aniston if she would be in the crowd at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles, to which she replied, “No, I’m not going.”

Jennifer said the “incredible” producer and director of the reunion, Ben Winston, will attend the show, which will be hosted by Cedric The Entertainer.

Whatever it takes: 52-year-old actress told Jimmy Kimmel she is still taking 'baby steps' out of lockdown after following strict quarantine measures

Whatever it takes: 52-year-old actress told Jimmy Kimmel she is still taking ‘baby steps’ out of lockdown after following strict quarantine measures

Big decision: He asked Aniston if she'd be in the crowd at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles, to which she replied, 'No, I'm not going'

Big decision: He asked Aniston if she would be in the crowd at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles, to which she replied, ‘No, I’m not going’

“This is a big step for me to just be here. I’m like baby steps,” she admitted.

Last year’s show was held virtually and hosted by Jimmy at the Staples Center with no audience or personal activity.

This year’s ceremony was originally planned indoors at the Microsoft Theater, but has recently moved to an outdoor patio overlooking the city.

The reunion, which eventually aired in May after COVID delays, earned a total of four nominations, including Outstanding Variety Special, Production Design, Lighting Design, and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special.

“This is a big step for me to just be here.  I'm like baby steps,

“This is a big step for me to just be here. I’m like baby steps,” she admitted

Friends Forever: The reunion, which finally aired in May after COVID delays, earned a total of four nominations, including Outstanding Variety Special, Production Design, Lighting Design and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special

Friends Forever: The reunion, which finally aired in May after COVID delays, earned a total of four nominations, including Outstanding Variety Special, Production Design, Lighting Design and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special

In May, Aniston boasted of being “fully vaccinated” in a throwback photo from a 2019 Variety photoshoot shared on Instagram.

She stood with her hands in the air wearing a sleek black ensemble to mark the proud occasion as she joined the millions of people in the US protecting themselves against COVID-19 with a vaccine.

“Fully vaccinated and it feels soooo good,” she captioned the shot with a musical note and stretched muscle. “We are extremely lucky and privileged to now have access to Covid-19 vaccines in the US.”

Jennifer threw back her head and basked in the light in a photo taken by famed photographer Peggy Sirota.

“Unfortunately, that’s not the case everywhere… and as we know, the health of one of us affects all of us,” she added.

“I think of those who can’t or won’t get vaccinated and hug their friends and family. See more in my bio for ways to help those who need it during this crisis.”

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