Jennifer Aniston confirmed on The Ellen Show this week that she’d be open to a Friends reunion, and think her co-stars would be too.
The actress, who played Rachel Green in the iconic show, gave hope to the millions of Friends fans around the world that there could be a reunion on the cards after appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this week.
Seriously, this may be the best news we’ve heard all week!
Ellen cheekily put Anniston on the spot by telling her to “do a Friends reunion, OK?” to which Aniston somewhat awkwardly replied by saying “Okaaaay” and as you’d expect, the audience went wild.
That wasn’t the end of it though, as Aniston went on to explain that it’s not just her who would seemingly be up for getting the group back together.
She added: “I know! Why not? Listen, I’ve told you this. I would do it. And the girls would do it. And the boys would do it, I’m sure” before saying that ‘anything can happen’.
So there we have it, not exactly a concrete ‘yes’ but it’s a very positive sign that the beloved show could one day make a comeback.
Watch Jennifer Aniston talking about the possible Friends reunion below:
The US sit-com, starring Jennifer Aniston alongside David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc first aired back in 1994, running for 10 seasons and has since become one of the most successful and universally-loved sit-coms of all time.
The show made huge stars of all the cast and ever since Friends ended in 2004, fans of the show have been desperate for it to make a comeback.
Up until now though, most of the cast have always remained fairly adamant that the show would not return, with Lisa Kudrow, who played Phoebe Buffay in the series, even previously saying “They’re rebooting everything. I don’t know how that works with Friends, though.”
Given Aniston’s comments this week though, who knows, maybe this time around the cast feel it’s the right time to finally reunite and give all of us Friends fans the news and the reunion we’ve all been waiting for.
This is not the only time Friends has been in the news recently, as last week we brought the news that Ikea were bringing to life living rooms from our favourite shows; The Simpsons, Stranger Things and of course, Friends.
The Swedish homeware megastore’s latest advertising campaign showed us how amazing our living rooms could look by bringing the famous sets to life, using Ikea furnishings only.