Jennifer Aniston reveals that the 'Friends' cast would do a reunion

Jennifer Aniston reveals that the 'Friends' cast would do a reunion

Jennifer Aniston has revealed that the 'Friends' cast would almost certainly be willing to do a reunion show.

Should it occur, it would be the first time that the fab five have been together on the small screen since 2004.

She made the revelation in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that's set to air today. A clip of this exciting statement was shared on the talk show host's social media ahead of the episode.

In the video below, Anniston reveals how she feels about a potential Friends reunion: 

The talk show host asked Aniston, who played Rachel Green in the iconic show, if she would be willing to reprise her role, and like other cast members before her, she said that she'd be willing to.

"Okay, why not? 'You know what, because listen, I told you this. I would do it," Aniston, 50, revealed. "The girls would do it. And the boys would do it, I'm sure."

"Listen. Anything could happen."

Jennifer Anniston laughing. Credit: Getty

Anniston's comment comes after Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay) said that she and Courteney Cox (Monica Geller) had discussed the possibility of the cast reuniting to mark the 25th anniversary of Friends.

"Courteney and I were talking about that, we should all get together," she said in an interview with Extra TV.

"Courteney and Jennifer are good planners. I'm that annoying person that's like, 'Hey, do either one of you want to put that together?' My role is like, here's an idea and have someone do it."

In her interview with Ellen, Aniston added that she and her former Friends stars remained grateful and proud to have been part of such a well-loved TV show fourteen years after it last aired.

"We were all really grateful that we had each other, the other five of us, to keep us in check and check in with. Like, this is weird right? Did that happen to you?"

The cast of Friends. Credit: Warner Bros. Television

However, while the stars of Friends might be willing to come together for a reunion, the show's co-creator, Marta Kauffman, is not in favor of bringing it back, telling Rolling Stone that it would "disappoint" fans.

"One, the show is about a time in your life when your friends are your family. It's not that time anymore," she said.

"All we'd be doing is putting those six actors back together, but the heart of the show would be gone."

But, as the old saying goes, the customer is always right. Listen to the people, Kauffman! And Jennifer Aniston!