FRIENDS Cast ready for a “Reunion” in 2014


The much awaited reunion of the world’s most watched comedy show ‘Friends’ will be held in 2014 next year.  Jenifer Aniston who was not in a mood to join any sorts of reunion with actors of her most famous t.v. show is reportedly been somehow agreed and will be meeting her best friends.

Friends Cast Reunion

The on and off rumors are going on since the beginning of this year in January. Marta Kauffman, the creator of friends confirmed in a talk show in April that the rumors were all false, nobody had been planning for reunion. Next year ‘Friends’ will be celebrating its 20th anniversary since it was first made in 1994. The rumors now have been put to bed as the whole cast has agreed to smell the roses together.

It is the story of six friends Rachel Green( Jenifer Aniston) Monica Gellar(Courtney Cox) Ross Gellar(David Schwimmer) Phoebe Buffet(Lisa Kudrow), Joey(Matt Le Blanc) and Chandler Bing(Matthew Perry). They are always having fun and get into trouble but at the end of the day they do realize that if you have true friends then no matter what comes in your way, with your friends by your side you will have the courage to fight any of this since they are the most precious thing you have and you will ever earn in your life.

Its effect still remains the same as it was 19 years earlier when it was first aired. People of all age groups have loved this 10 season series all around the world. It has won many Prime Time awards. The effect of ‘Friends’ can be determined from the fact that in 2010 in a pole when it was asked from people to chose the most emotional and heart – touching moment of the decade and the answer was the last episode of last season of friends.

Fans of ‘Friends’ are waiting for this reunion since quite a long time after its last season. All six members have not been seen together after the last season.

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