Jennifer Aniston has revealed that she would "honestly go back" to Friends if she could in an interview with James Burrows, the director of the Nineties TV hit.
The Emmy winner was at the Leonard H Goldenson Theatre in Los Angeles to honour the man she calls "poppa" and "dad". Joining him on stage Jennifer hugged the director and said: "I love you, I’m glad to be here."
As well as discussing James’ achievements the two recounted stories from their time working together on the TV show, during which "there would always be fun, surprising moments," adding that it was "one of the most energising experiences to date," performing in front of an audience week in, week out.
Jennifer has just wrapped filming on comedy Squirrels to the Nuts which will be released in 2014.