Jennifer Aniston said she's moving to New York, and followed up on her recent derogatory comments about her iconic 90s hairdo “The Rachel” on Good Morning America Thursday.
Aniston said she’s heading back east from Los Angeles, as she’s shopping for homes in the Big Apple.
"I am thinking about it: I've been looking and looking," the Friends star said. "I grew up here. I miss it.
"There's nothing like being in the city...it's the city of every man" said Aniston, who celebrates her 42nd birthday Friday. "It's all walks, and I love that."
As for the coif, as RadarOnline.com previously reported, Aniston told Allure magazine last month that her trend-setting 90s ‘do -- the Rachel -- was the “ugliest haircut I've ever seen.”
She backtracked some on Thursday, saying the way it felt to wear was a hardship, but she appreciates the hairdo’s place in pop culture history.
“I think what I said was that the Rachel, I didn’t like the tension it brought, as opposed to than the cut itself.
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“When it became the Rachel ... in hindsight, when I’m 100, I’ll say, ‘Oh, they had a haircut about the character I played.’”
Aniston co-stars with Adam Sandler, Brooklyn Decker and Nicole Kidman in the star-studded comedy Just Go With It, which hits theaters Friday.