Jennifer Aniston Forgets 'the Rachel' in Latest Uber Eats Ad

The work, from Special Group, continues the 'Worth Remembering' theme first seen during Super Bowl 58

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Jennifer Aniston couldn’t remember her on-screen soulmate, David Schwimmer, and now she’s drawing a complete blank on “the Rachel” hairdo.

What kind of mind meld has Uber Eats orchestrated here?

In a continuation of the “Worth Remembering” campaign that kicked off during Super Bowl 58, Aniston is back for another round of promoting Uber Eats as a broad-based buyer destination. This time, she’s also hyping her own haircare line, LolaVie, as it makes its debut on the delivery service.

Repeating the premise of the initial spot—which co-starred David and Victoria Beckham, Usher and Jelly Roll—Aniston chats with her stylist, Chris McMillan, about LolaVie being available via Uber Eats.




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