Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon re-enact their famous sister moment from 'Friends'
While appearing on 'Access Hollywood,' Aniston appeared to struggle with her line when Witherspoon came to her assistance and whispered it into her ear.
Friends' star Jennifer Aniston recently forgot her line from an iconic exchange on the popular sitcom, and Reese Witherspoon was there to help her out. Both the stars appeared for an interview with 'Access Hollywood' this week, where they were given a task to comment on throwback fashion photographs of themselves together over the years. The actresses were present for the interview to promote their new Apple TV Plus dramedy 'The Morning Show.'
The throwback pictures also included one with them in Central Perk as on-screen sisters Rachel (Aniston) and Jill Green (Witherspoon had a cameo in the show). Aniston, after seeing the picture, asks Witherspoon: "Is this where you say the line that you love so much?”
To which Witherspoon replies with: "Yes. This is, well, we can say the line. Do you remember your line?" Aniston appears to struggle with it when Witherspoon comes to her assistance and whispers it into her ear. The duo then recreate the iconic "Can't have?" exchange where Rachel tells her sister Jill that she can't have Ross, and Jill looks aghast and replies with: "Can't have? Can't have? The only thing I can't have is dairy."
The endearing moment between the co-stars comes just days after Aniston's Instagram debut when she temporarily broke the platform as fans rushed to follow her account. She also beat Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Guinness World Record for getting one million followers in the fastest amount of time. Aniston garnered a million followers in just five hours and 16 minutes. She had made her debut with a picture of all the Friends' main cast members as she wrote in the caption: "And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM."
The reunion picture quickly became viral on social media.
"Congratulations to Jennifer Aniston who now holds the record for the fastest time to reach one million followers on @instagram - just 5 hrs and 16 mins," GuinnessWorldRecord tweeted on Wednesday congratulating the actress.
The actress now has 11.7+ million followers on the platform and she took to Instagram for her second post, apologizing for "breaking" the platform as she wrote: "I swear I didn’t mean to break it... Thank you guys for the kind, glitchy welcome."