"Friends “star Matthew Perry announced that he and Molly Hurwitz ended their engagement on Tuesday night. The announcement came days after the 90's popular sitcom reunion aired on HBO Max.

In a statement to People, Perry said, "Sometimes things just don’t work out and this is one of them." He added, "I wish Molly the best.”

The 51-year-old actor began dating Hurwitz, 29, a literary manager, in 2018 and revealed their engagement last year, calling her "the greatest woman on the face of the planet."

The news of Perry and Hurwitz's split came only days after the premiere of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and Perry's much-anticipated "Friends" reunion.

Fans were worried after seeing Matthew Perry slurring and casting a haunted look on his face on the new trailer of the reunion show. Perry admitted to grappling with addiction, citing he has no recollection of filming seasons of the show.

However, his slurred speech was a result of dental work. Perry had an “emergency tooth procedure that day.”

Perry is sober, according to the source, and fans need not be concerned.

Matthew, according to In Touch, is "happier than ever," as "between “reestablishing his AA program” and “having Molly in his life.”

“She literally gave him something to live for,” the source said.

The former couple was rumored to have broken up before their engagement, with insiders claiming they had gone their own ways in May 2020.

During their split, Perry flirted with other women on Raya, a dating app. After they matched, Kate Haralson, 19, and Perry, 50 then, Haralson posted on social media that the "Friends” star was flirting with her and they played 20 questions.

Molly put their wedding on hold after his Raya controversy surfaced, according to a source who spoke to Ok! magazine.

“It happened very recently,” a source stated. “It was very amicable, but they have both decided to go their separate ways.”

It's unclear whether the pair actually broke up and then reconnected before becoming engaged, or whether the breakup reports were untrue, but pals of the couple said he'd "finally found the one."

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