His smile, a sarcastic mouth that compels you to crack a smile even on your bad day, the love he harbored for all his friends and especially his wife; he was every girl's dream boy. Yes, we are talking about none other than Matthew Perry, who played the role of Chandler Bing in the famous sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Every girl growing up in the 90s and early 2000s had a crush on the hunk and Sophie Turner was also one of them.
In a recent interview, the Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner revealed about her everlasting crush on Matthew. The starlet further shared an incident where she once tried to seduce the sitcom star Matthew Perry with a lighter. Sophie told Twitter that about three years ago, she used to regularly bump into Matthew Perry smoking a cigarette at a corner of a nearby supermarket. She decided to pursue her crush by offering to light his cigarette, only to find out that his cigarette was already lit!
The very high school-ish encounter with Perry happened when he was rehearsing a play near her house. “I would walk around the corner every day to go to my local Budgens, which is a great little supermarket, and I would walk around the corner every day and I would see Matthew Perry smoking a cigarette,” she recalled.
“And I bought a lighter from Budgens so that I could walk up to him and offer to light his cigarette.” It was not actually till the Queen in the North approached him that she realized that her plan had utterly failed. We can only imagine how awkward it must be for Sophie to try and make small talk with Perry.
However, she did not stop there. The actress recalls sending out an excited tweet hoping that he will see it and ask her out. "I thought he might see this tweet and then, I don’t know, reach out to me, and ask me on a date or something,” she added, “but he didn’t.”
Check out her tweet here:
Well, all’s well for Sophie now as she is now happily married to Joe Jonas; and as far as the crush on Miss Chanandler Bong, that just never goes away, does it?
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Courtesy : In.com