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    Jennifer Aniston Told The Story Of The Whole Cast Of "Friends" Getting Together For Dinner Recently And It's So Nostalgic

    "We all miss it every day."

    I'm sure you've heard that over the weekend, a mini Friends reunion was held, with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc in attendance.


    We were made aware that some of the gang were back together thanks to Courteney sharing this adorable selfie of the trio, which sent fans into a frenzy.

    And rightly so TBH โ€” it's been three entire years since the women ~friends~ publicly hung out with any of the guys.


    The last time was back in 2016, where all but Matthew Perry reunited at an event honouring the show's director.

    And this latest reunion was even sweeter considering the show reached its 25th anniversary two weeks ago.

    And now Jennifer Aniston has spoken about the reunion, and it turns out that in actual fact, ALL OF THE FRIENDS WERE THERE!


    Speaking on the Howard Stern Show, Jennifer explained how the whole thing came about.

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    "We had dinner. The whole gang. Everyone was there," she said. "It's just [David] Schwimmer was in town. We all happened to have a window of time, so we all got together."

    Unlike the rest of the gang, David spends his time between New York and London.

    She went on to say that they went to Courteney's house for dinner and had a "very civilised" evening full of laughter.

    When asked whether anything "crazy" had gone down, Jennifer responded: "We went to Courteney's. Nobody got naked. It was very civilised. But we just laughed a lot. Oh my god, we laughed so hard. We all miss it every day."

    And when Howard Stern asked whether any of the cast members had ever annoyed her, she responded: "Not one. It was like lightning in a bottle."

    However, despite saying that she missed the show and "would be nothing" without it, Jennifer did go on to reveal that she's against a reboot.

    She said: "There is an idea that if there was a reboot of the show, it won't be even close to as good as what it was. It would ruin it. And the legacy [of the show] is so important."

    Her comments echo the sentiment of the show's creators, who last month said that they believe Friends ended on a perfect note.


    Last month, the creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane shot down the notion of any future reunion. Marta said: "It's not going to beat what we did." David agreed, saying, "We did the show we wanted to do. We got it right, we put a bow on it."

    So we might not be getting a Friends reunion any time soon, but please can we have a full cast photo the next time you guys get together? Thanks.

    You can watch Jennifer Aniston's full interview here.

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