Jennifer Aniston has been dropping nostalgia bombs ever since she joined Instagram, and all we could say is, "can we have a FRIENDS reboot already?"
Isn't it a satisfying feeling when your work friends become your best friends for life? And what if some folks' decade-long work involved playing best friends on screen for a TV series titled, well, FR.I.E.N.D.S.? Fans across the globe laughed and cried along with the six pals who stuck by each other in a sitcom that went on to become iconic.
Keeping up with the spirit of their wildly popular sitcom Friends, Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow have forged an inseparable bond with each other. Now, as they age together as close friends, it makes us realize that a life lived surrounded by good friends is a life well-lived.
Jennifer Aniston has been dropping nostalgia bombs ever since she joined Instagram, and a few months back, she made Friends fan emotional like never before when she posted a jolly photo of hers with Cox and Kudrow. The "girls across the hall" reunited for a fun girls night and all we could say is, 'Can we have a Friends reboot already?'"
She captioned the image saying, "Hi from the girls across the hall 👋🏼" making a reference to them being flatmates in the iconic sitcom.
The three ladies have supported each other through thick and thin. They know that standing up for other women is a mark of strength, not tearing each other down. This includes not just girlfriends but all women they cross paths with. When it comes to friends, an insider earlier told PEOPLE, “They have really leaned on each other.” A show source added that even when the former co-stars are on different paths, “they follow each other’s lives. The fact that they have been there for each other in happy and in sad times says a lot.”
The girls of the show have been particularly close to each other and have supported each other through some of the lowest lows of their lives. Cox and Aniston have been by each others' side through their respective divorces and carried out the roles of best friends to the T.
“I’ve slept in her guest bedroom a lot,” Cox revealed in an interview in 2014 when Aniston was going through her break up with Brad Pitt. “Without giving away too much of my private stuff, all I can say is she’s been there for me through thick and thin.”
As far as an on-screen reunion is concerned, WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming platform HBO Max may finally bring them together after decades. But the details of this have been kept a secret. “The details are very secretive,” an insider says. “But they are aware how much the fans would love a reunion. Hopefully, it will happen!”