Jennifer Aniston has hilariously responded to the recent lunch date between her former "Friends" co-stars Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry. In an exclusive interview, Aniston jokingly addressed the get-together and expressed her feelings about not receiving an invitation.
During the reunion special of "Friends," which aired in May, Aniston, Cox, Perry, and the rest of the cast shared a heartwarming reunion. Fans loved seeing the actors back together after all these years, and it left many hoping for a revival of the beloved show.
Recently, a photo of Cox and Perry having lunch together went viral on social media, fueling rumors about a potential new project. However, Aniston, who wasn't part of the lunch date, humorously shared her thoughts on being left out.
Speaking with Access Hollywood, Aniston said, "I know! How come we don't get invited to that?" She added, "What does that say? Hmm ... maybe Matty and Courteney are starting something, and they don't want the rest of us." Aniston's playful response showed her lighthearted attitude and friendship with her former castmates.
Aniston also discussed the strong bond between the "Friends" actors, emphasizing that they still remain close. "We just love each other so much," she revealed. "Pretty much, I think besides like David Schwimmer, who was at home obviously in New York, kind of not even in town, we all kind of got together and had dinner hosted by [director] Jim Burrows."
The reunion special was a nostalgic trip down memory lane for the cast, and fans were thrilled to see their favorite characters and the close-knit relationships that developed during the show's ten-year run.
While Aniston may have missed out on the recent lunch date, it's clear that the camaraderie between the "Friends" actors endures. Aniston's humorous response highlights the deep bond they formed both on and off the set.
As for any potential future projects, Aniston didn't give away any secrets. However, fans can only hope that the recent reunion and the mini get-togethers between the cast members might lead to more collaborations in the future.
In the meantime, Aniston, Cox, Perry, and the rest of the "Friends" cast continue to be cherished for their iconic roles in one of the most popular sitcoms of all time. Their enduring friendship and playful banter serve as a reminder of the lasting impact "Friends" had on viewers worldwide.