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Charlotte McIntyre

Jennifer Aniston mocked for bad boyfriends as Adam Sandler asks: 'What's wrong with you?'

Jennifer Aniston has revealed fellow actor Adam Sandler has teased her over the years about her love life as she opened up on their 34-year friendship.

The Friends actress, 54, joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show to promote Murder Mystery 2, the sequel to Netflix's Murder Mystery with Jennifer and Adam, 56, reprising their roles.

Jimmy asked if she and Adam had given each other advice over the years after first meeting at Jerry's Famous Deli on Ventura Boulevard when they were 20 and 22 respectively.

Jennifer, who looked stunning in a figure-hugging black dress, answered: "Well, I, if I get anything from him, it's ''What are you doing?'' Usually based on someone I'm dating."

Jenifer Aniston promoted Murder Mystery 2 on The Tonight Show (Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty Images)

Imitating the Happy Gilmore actor she continued: "What are you doing? What's wrong with you?"

"But I very much love to take care of him. He's so concerned with taking care of everybody else, which he really does but he doesn't take care of himself," she added.

"I'm sorry to call you out on national television, Adam, but you have to know this. I have a little arsenal of herbs in my trailer and I make him smoothies when I can and give him all sorts of Chinese herbs when he is exhausted. I'm like the mobile pharmacy. Yeah, I'm the set medic."

Meanwhile, the actress was recently left red-faced during an appearance on This Morning when she accidentally swore on live TV.

Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler have been friends for 34 years (

As the actress opened up on what it likes working with co-star Adam, she referred to the filming process as being one of "s**ts and giggles".

Holly Willoughby stepped in and said: "Sorry about that," while Phillip Schofield added: "No, that's good."

"I'm sure you can bleep that," the actress quipped before Phil quipped: "No, it's live but don't worry we love it."

"At least you said giggles, there was happiness after it," Adam joked. "Sorry everybody."

Holly and Phil burst into giggles before telling the Friends star "don't worry" before continuing on with the interview.

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