Jennifer Aniston has thanked fans for ‘all the love’ following the Friends reunion special (Picture: Instagram/Jennifer Aniston/HBO)
Friends fans still aren’t over the reunion special which aired last week, and Jennifer Aniston is totally feeling the love.
The special TV event saw Jen, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and Lisa Kudrow back together to reminisce about their 10 years on the iconic series.
Naturally, Friends fans across the globe were somewhat overwhelmed by the emotional trip down memory lane as they got to see the cast look back at some of their amazing memories together.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, Jen shared some new behind-the-scenes snaps from the filming of the reunion special.
The 52-year-old stated: ‘Still basking in all the love from the #FriendsReunion. Thank you each and every one of you ❤️’
She shared a picture which captured the moment she tried to get a selfie with her former co-stars, joking: ’Swipe for… The bazillionth selfie taken with the five of us…’
Another image saw guest star Justin Bieber and his model wife Hailey Baldwin sitting down on the infamous Central Perk sofa, as Jen joked: ‘When two totally different worlds collide – @schwim’s face says it all ☺️’
The actress also posted a selfie with ‘the legend himself, our director of the first season, Papa James Burrows ??’, while she rounded the carousel off with a cartoon sketch by New Yorker Magazine.
Jen captured a moment between David Schwimmer, Hailey Baldwin, and Justin Bieber during filming (Picture: Instagram/Jennifer Aniston)
Jen and the cast shared emotional memories during the Friends Reunion (Picture: Warner Bros)
A playful quote read: ‘Could this any more of a small outdoor gathering with vaccinated friends?’
The reunion special, hosted by James Corden, saw Jen and David admit they nearly had a real romance on set, while Lady Gaga was on hand to perform Smelly Cat with Lisa Kudrow.
Excuse us while we got and rewatch it for the millionth time…
Friends: The Reunion is available to stream on HBO Max in the US and NOW TV in the UK.
Credit: Original article published here.