Jennifer Aniston has graced Instagram with her presence.
The actress posted her first early this morning, and she made sure to make an entrance: The photo captures Aniston and all -- yes, all -- of her former "Friends" castmates. Sure, the photo is blurry and barely gets everyone in the frame, but Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry are all smiling ear to ear in the group shot. We'll forgive Jen for her less-than-perfect presentation -- she'll get the hang of filters and cropping soon enough.
Her co-stars, the true friends they are, seem to have let Aniston have her big moment -- none of the other Instagram-active actors (which doesn't include Perry, who still hasn't gotten on board) have shared the same photo on their profiles as of yet.
The photo already had about 600,000 "likes" at the time of publication, with the account scooping up 133,000 followers in its first hour -- but it's going to grow, of course.
And it's not just the general public that's excited to see Aniston on Insta. BFF Reese Witherspoon, for one, was one of the first to comment on the photo with glee.
Aniston's choice of debut Instagram photo is an interesting one, just because she's been vehement about not wanting a "Friends" reunion...ever. The only time she's even entertained the idea has been comparing the idea to "Golden Girls." Sure, she hangs out with Cox and Kudrow on the reg, but seeing the entire Central Perk crew together, especially in this entertainment era of reboots, sequels and spin-offs, is bound to have fans buzzing about a real, modern-day "Friends" pickup.
Don't hold your breath, though. Just a few days ago, in a sit-down with Variety ahead of her new Apple TV series, "The Morning Show," Aniston revealed that even though there was a time when the core six actors were down for an expansion of their sitcom, it was never in the cards.
"[W]ould we have loved to have done something together? Yeah. It would have been fun. We could have redesigned it for a couple episodes. But whatever," she said. "Maybe it’s better this way, but we’ll never know."
The reunion ship, if there ever was one, has sailed, but at least we have a new Aniston era of Instagram to look forward to.