Jennifer Aniston posts new photo with Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow after giving Critics' Choice Awards a miss
Aniston had broken the internet in October last year by sharing a picture that featured all of her 'Friends' co-stars — Cox, Kudrow, Perry, LeBlanc and Schwimmer
Jennifer Aniston has fans of 'Friends' thrilled about her latest Instagram post featuring her former co-stars Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox on Sunday, January 12, night.
The 50-year-old Aniston took to Instagram to share a picture of 55-year-old Cox and 56-year-old Kudrow, along with the caption, "Hi from the girls across the hall."
The 'Friends' co-stars had sent the world into a frenzy when it was revealed that they were all returning for a new reunion special along with their other co-stars Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer.
In the photograph, Aniston can be seen wearing a black top along with a pair of gold earrings while wrapping her arms around her co-stars at an unknown restaurant. Cox was seen sporting a white blouse with gold earrings and had also accessorized the look with a gold necklace that was seen dangling around her neck.
Kudrow, on the other hand, was seen in a multi-colored blouse with a small gold necklace dangling around the neck. We had previously reported that Aniston had broken the internet in October last year by sharing a picture that featured all of her 'Friends' co-stars Cox, Kudrow, Perry, LeBlanc and Schwimmer.
The picture was her first Instagram snap and set a Guinness World record as she became the first Instagram user to hit a million followers in just five hours and 16 minutes.
At the time, Aniston did not reveal why the cast had got together and a month later, HBO Max announced a 'Friends' special reunion.
According to a report by the Hollywood Reporter, all six 'Friends' stars and creators David Crane and Marta Kaufman will be returning to the reunion. The cast and the writers will be returning for an "unscripted reunion special" although no plot points were revealed.
Very recently, 'Friends' left streaming network Netflix after the service was outbid by WarnerMedia's HBO Max service. WarnerMedia reportedly paid a massive $85 million a year in a five-year contract for the streaming rights to 'Friends' which was highly successful between 1994 and 2004.