ELLE MACPHERSON seems to harbour regret over guest-starring in hit comedy series Friends almost 20 years ago.
The supermodel, who appeared in fi ve episodes in 1999 playing the girlfriend of MATT Le BLANC’s character Joey, admits she may not have gone on the show had she known it would haunt her for the rest of her life.“If I’d known how long it would be on TV I may not have chosen to do it,” says the woman known as The Body.“It was a lot of pressure if you look at it in the way that it will be around for 20 or 30 years.”Elle, whose illustrious career includes running a successful lingerie business, says the role is what her son CY, 13, and his friends are most impressed by.“They know me as [my character] Janine La Croix and they are always like, ‘Oh you know Cy’s mum is on Friends’.
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