Jennifer Aniston reminds her followers on social media of Tuesday’s National Voter Registration Day.
The 51-year-old Friends Scholarship opened on Instagram on Monday to share the message, telling fans: “Let’s put out the 2020 fire.”
She also encouraged people to “draw up a plan for voting earlier.”
“Do it for RBG!” She concluded, referring to Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg, who died Friday at the age of 87 from complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer.
JENNIFER ANISTON, JIMMY KIMMEL FACE FIRE SCREE ON THE STAGE OF THE EMMY 2020 AWARDS
The actress also included a video of her life with host Jimmy Kimmel on Sunday night at Emmy, in which Aniston ̵
Aniston, who was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, appeared once again during the award show. This time, however, Aniston starred with two of his former Friends stars: Lisa Kudrow and Courtney Cox.
JENNIFER ANISTON JOINED BY COURTENEY COX AND LISA KUDROW AT 2020 EMMYS
When Kimmel, 52, registered with Aniston to make sure she came home from the couple’s first beat so she could attend the announcement for her own category, the star replied, “I barely made it, but we’re here.”
Then Cox appeared on the screen. “Is Courtney there?” Kimmel asked. “Of course I’m here. We live together,” Cox, 56, said.
“We’ve been roommates since 1994, Jimmy,” Aniston added, referring to when Friends first aired in September 1994.
Then Kudrow joined. “Unbelievable,” Kimmel said. “Lisa Kudrow, do you live there too?”
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Kudrow, 57, gave a simple answer: “Yes, where else would I live?”
Jason Bateman also appeared during the segment.