Jennifer Aniston just shared her thoughts about a possible “Friends” reunion in the near future. The actress said that she and her co-stars are willing to reprise their roles in the hit sitcom.

While speaking with Ellen DeGeneres on “The Ellen Show,” the 50-year-old actress said that she would be more than willing to bring her Rachel Green character back on television. “The girls would do it, and the boys would do it, I’m sure,” she said. “Listen, anything can happen.”

Aniston also said that she’s willing to do a reunion all by herself if her co-stars are not up for it. DeGeneres couldn’t help but crack a joke by saying that if Aniston is the only one to star in the reunion, then “Friends” should be called “Friend.”

“Just ‘Friend.’ And I’m the neighbor looking out with, like, a cup of sugar or something like that,” DeGeneres said.

Also during the interview, Jennifer Aniston recalled a sweet moment with her “Friends” co-star when director James Burrows took them to Las Vegas before the first episode aired. Courtney Cox, who played the role of Monica Geller, shared the throwback photo of herself with her co-stars on a private plane via her Instagram account last month.

While having dinner at Spago in Caesars Palace years ago, Burrows gave the cast a touching speech about sticking together and caring for one another. Jennifer Aniston said that she and her co-stars took what Burrows said to heart.

“We took that to heart, for sure, obviously, and then he handed us each a couple of hundred bucks and said, ‘Now, go into the casino and go gamble because this is the last time you’re going to get to walk into a casino anonymously,’” Aniston shared. “And we had no clue what he was talking about. We were like, ‘What do you mean?’ And sure enough, that was the last time.”

“Friends” first aired on NBC on Sept. 22, 1994. The final episode for the hit sitcom was released on May 6, 2004. The two-part finale episode was titled “Last One, Part One” and “Last One, Part Two.”

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