Matthew Perry’s Slurred Speech On ‘Friends’ Reunion Trailer Caused By ‘Emergency Tooth Procedure’


Could there be another reason? Matthew Perry‘s on the Friends is said to be because of dental work.

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However, fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Sources say that Perry had undergone an dental .

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Source: MEGA

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turned up to the reunion and members of his team said that he had an emergency procedure that day,” the source said. “That was said to impact his wellbeing and also how he was feeling.

According to the insider, the 17 Again star was in pain which is what the slurred speech.

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“Matthew has told those around him that he is sober, and there is no need to worry,” the source concluded.

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“I’m already crying. I wish we could make Perry as happy as he’s made all of us,” one concerned fan commented on the video.

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“We should all be grateful that Mathew is there alive. He has gone through so much. He is alive and not lost his life. Thats a great thing. We could see them all together. I am really grateful for it,” a third fan said.

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Perry’s addiction spiral began in 1997 when he was in a jet ski accident and was prescribed Vicodin to numb the pain. “It wasn’t my intention to have a problem with it,” he explained in 2002. “But from the start, I liked how it made me feel and I wanted to get more.”

Perry previously told BBC that his addiction to drugs and alcohol has even impacted how he remembers his time on . “I don’t remember three years of it,” he said. “I was a little out of it at the time — somewhere between seasons three and six.”

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His first rehab stint was for 28 days in Minnesota but he relapsed in 2000 and was hospitalized for several weeks for pancreatitis caused by alcohol abuse. In 2001, he decided he needed an intervention as he was showing up to set hungover. “It was scary, I didn’t want to die,” he told PEOPLE.

The Sun was the first to report that Perry had dental work done.

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