Jennifer Aniston sets world record with Instagram account

Brenda Watkins
October 19, 2019

From posting pictures to responding to fan comments, the Friends star is aggressively engaging on the social media platform.

Jennifer shared the post with her 11.5 million fans on Instagram, of which over 9.9 million fans have watched the video. "Hi Instagram." The post garnered over 12.2 million likes.

Jennifer revealed that she herself has no idea why she's on Instagram and jokingly said: "I don't know" and revealed that "it's crazy", which caused the audience to burst out with laughter.

Jennifer Aniston isn't exactly new to Instagram. Celebs everywhere wished her the warmest of welcomes, but The Bachelor alum Kaitlyn Bristowe, 34, was courageous enough to ask what every Friends fanatic has been wondering the past two decades. And while she was there she also talked about her record breaking new Instagram account.

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Aniston said that "GMA" staples like Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos were "great" and "quite lovely" to her while she was there. To which Jennifer nodding her head said that she was "the most reluctant person to join Instagram".

"I just got exhausted of, you know. what you resist persists", she told Jimmy Kimmel when he asked her why she chose to join Instagram. In five hours and 16 minutes, Aniston collected a million followers, while it took Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the previous record holders, five hours and 45 minutes, according to the Guinness World Records.

Aniston received a warm reception as other famous faces quickly welcomed her onto the site including Reese Witherspoon, Mariah Carey and Kate Hudson.

The "Murder Mystery" star said she merely wanted to know what the social media app was like before she made a decision to fully commit to the new modern way of interacting.

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