Valerie Bertinelli ‘Mortified’ React To Matthew Perry Saying They’re Stepping Up Next To Eddie Van Halen Who Lost Consciousness With Taylor Swift’s Words

  • Valerie Bertinelli responded to the allegations in Matthew Perry’s memoirs that they mentioned.
  • Using the lyrics of Taylor Swift’s new song “Anti-Hero,” she addressed Perry’s claim on TikTok.
  • “Anyone misbehaving in their twenties and early thirties? Are you afraid?” I wrote.

Valerie Bertinelli has responded to allegations that she and Matthew Perry once made alongside her estranged husband, Eddie Van Halen, in a new video on TikTok with the help of Taylor Swift’s new song “Anti-Hero.”

Over the past week, an excerpt from the song, the lead single from Swift’s 10th album “Midnights,” has gone viral on the video-sharing platform, with more than 105.4 thousand videos of users using the audio to reveal flaws and less-than-impressive qualities.

In the video, Bertinelli appears to be referring to a story the “Friends” star told in his upcoming memoir as she smiles and echoes the lyrics: “That’s me, hey, I’m the problem” before putting her head in her hands.

“Anyone misbehaving in their twenties and early thirties? Are you afraid?” I wrote on the video, which has garnered more than 485.4 thousand views, and 21.3 thousand likes since it was posted on Thursday.

“That made me laugh.. I saw Matthew’s story this morning! You made an impression girl!! Good on you!” One follower wrote in the comments, prompting the actor to respond with a peek-a-boo face emoji.

In Berry’s upcoming memoir “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,” the actor explained how the two once had a “long, elaborate makeup session” while Bertinelli’s then-husband Eddie Van Halen was drunk next to them.

The “Friends” star said he “fell madly in love” with Bertinelli and that she was in a “turbulent marriage” while they were performing on the short-lived sitcom “Sydney”.

“My crush was overwhelming; not only was she out of my league, but she was also married to one of the most famous rock stars on the planet, Eddie Van Halen,” Berry wrote in his book, according to Page Six.

Valerie Bertinelli sitting next to Matthew Perry

Valerie Bertinelli and Matthew Perry on the set of Sydney.

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“It is important to note here that my feelings for Valerie were real,” he added. “I was totally fascinated—I mean, I was obsessed with her and had elaborate fantasies about letting Eddie Van Halen leave her and live the rest of her days with me.”

Berry wrote that he realized Bertinelli also had feelings for him when he was at her and Van Halen’s house one night.

“I was at Valerie and Eddie’s house, just lounging and staring at Valerie, trying to make her laugh. When you laughed at her, you felt like you were 10ft tall. As the night progressed, Eddie was evidently enjoying the fruits from the vine too hard, again, and eventually, he lost consciousness. Just, not within 10 feet of us, but nonetheless, this was my chance!” he wrote.

“If you thought I didn’t really stand a chance in hell, you’d be wrong, dear reader—Valerie and I had a long, elaborate makeup session. It was happening—it probably felt the same way I did.”

“I told her I had thought about doing this for a long time, and she gave it back to me straight away,” Berry wrote, “but it turned out to be just one night as it happened when they got back to work on CBS.” In the series, Bertinelli acted as if nothing had happened.

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