Transcript for Aniston, Cox and Perry Fuel 'Friends' Reunion Rumors
I'm a huge fan. Apparently, she brought a couple of folks on, jennifer aniston, so the big question, is it really g be a reunion. Diana perez got down to the nitty-gritty. I'm here. Reporter: Seeing those famous faces together might feel familiar. How long has this been going on. We really should have called. Reporter: You're not watching a new episode of "friends." Court. Lisa! It's jennifer. Reporter: For an appearance ON "ellen DeGeneres show," jennifer aniston, rounded up some of her oldest friends for a men knew reunion of sorts. We're friends. That was a tv show. We were on a break. Reporter: It's been nine years since the gang said good-bye to central perk. Should we get some coffee? Sure. Reporter: Ever since fans have been begging for a real "friends" reunion. When you see a mini reunion like this when it's so unexpected sparks up fervor one more time. Want to announce it here? Reporter: Ellen wasted no time asking the 44-year-old actress what was on every "friends" fanatic's mind. I will say it would be -- doing that little bit with mattie and court, we were nostalg nostalgic. It was fun. Reporter: Their chemistry still undeniable after all these years but the creator says, not so fast. I think the idea of a "friends" reunion is a terrible idea. I think we finished it right. We put a great bow on it. Reporter: For "good morning america," diana perez, abc news, new york.
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