Aniston shared a photo of fellow cast members Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer to mark her first foray into the world of Instagram. Aniston made a big splash when she posted a Friends reunion photo to her brand new page, and the picture received plenty of attention from other celebrities.
The pic hit the still-obsessed public so hard, the extraordinary traffic to her page made it temporarily crash! THANK YOU to all the fans out there!
Jennifer Aniston just joined Instagram.
It's no surprise that Aniston, a seven-time PCAs victor, is being recognized given that she has played some of the most beloved roles in pop culture history and has proved that her range of talent is unrivaled.
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Instagram users swarmed to get a glimpse of the post - a selfie featuring the main cast of Friends.
The actor, best known for her roles alongside Adam Sandler in Murder Mystery and Just Go With It, appears in the grainy image alongside two blokes, two women, and a guy in a white shirt who may or may not be the sommelier. "We are actively working on a solution and hope to have it up and running smoothly again shortly".
"YASSSS! Welcome to Insta Jen!" commented Reese Witherspoon, which has received over seven thousand likes.
While the line may sound like a jab at social media, it is actually a quote from the very first episode of "Friends" in which her character welcomes Aniston's to the "real world". "Now we have the chance to be in control of our own narrative", she explained.
The Morning Show star finally gave in and hopped on the social media platform on Tuesday - and promptly broke the damn thing!