Jennifer Aniston has Plans for a ‘Friends’ Reunion

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Ever since Friends ended in 2004, everyone has been wondering if we’ll ever get a reunion.  Well, more than 10 years later, Jennifer Aniston is giving us a bit of hope and opening up about her thoughts on when it might occur.

Though pretty much every actor from the show as said it’s never going to happen, Aniston isn’t cutting down our dreams entirely, saying she might be up for it–with one minor caveat…

She says she’d rather wait and do it when they’re all senior citizens.

“Why not wait ’til we’re really, really old and then put us up there?” she jokes with E! News. “That would be more interesting.”

She adds that waiting to do it until they’re old and wrinkly would answer far more questions than doing it right now.   “Where am I? How many kids? Two kids? Three kids? Am I in retail? Am I fat?” Aniston continues.  “Is Joey Doughy Joey. Is Ross bald?”

LOL! She has a good point.

In all seriousness, though, she doesn’t mind the constant hope for a reunion.  The legacy of Friends plays a huge part in her life.

“It’s so special to me to be a part of something that is so beloved,” the actress muses. “It was the greatest time in my life. And that was such a great group of people, and we love each other and it’s the gift that keeps on giving. People are still loving Friends and I hope they do ‘til the end of time.”

Meanwhile, Aniston is currently dealing with the onset of questions revolving around her Oscar snub for her role in Cake.

“I actually started to feel like it’s almost more wonderful to be the number one snubbed than to be  nominated,” she tells E!. “I got more phone calls and emails about that than I did for the [Golden Globe and SAG Award] nominations.”