Jennifer Aniston reminds her social media followers of National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday.
The former “Friends”, 51, took to Instagram on Monday to share the post, telling her fans, “Let’s put out the trash can fire that’s 2020.”
She also encouraged people to “make a plan to vote early”.
“Do it for RBG! She concluded, referring to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at the age of 87 of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.
JENNIFER ANISTON, JIMMY KIMMEL FACING SCARE FIRE ON STAGE AT THE 2020 EMMY AWARDS
The actress also included a video of her time with host Jimmy Kimmel at the Sunday night Emmys, in which Aniston – in a vintage black Christian Dior dress – using a fire extinguisher to put out a fire in a trash can.
Aniston, who was nominated for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Drama Series, once again appeared at the center of the awards ceremony. This time around however, he featured Aniston along with two of his former “Friends” co-stars: Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox.
JENNIFER ANISTON JOINED BY COURTENEY COX AND LISA KUDROW AT THE 2020 EMMYS
When Kimmel, 52, checked on Aniston to make sure she had come home after doing the pair’s first track so she could be present for her own category announcement, the star responded : “I barely made it, but we are here. “
Cox then appeared on the screen. “Is Courteney there?” Kimmel asked. “Of course I’m here. We live together, ”replied Cox, 56.
“We’ve been roommates since 1994, Jimmy,” Aniston added, referring to the “Friends” first broadcast in September 1994.
Kudrow then joined him. “Unbelievable,” Kimmel said. “Lisa Kudrow, do you live there too?” ”
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Kudrow, 57, gave a simple answer: “Yeah, where else would I live? ”
Jason Bateman also made an appearance during the segment.