Brad Pitt made his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston say yes to the 'Friends' meeting

Hollywood star Brad Pitt He reportedly made the long-awaited Friends meeting possible by encouraging his ex-wife and one of the main actresses of the program, Jennifer Aniston Say yes to that.

It is believed that Aniston took Pitt's advice after being reluctant to return to his co-stars Friends, according to reports.

After meeting Brad on his birthday last year, she asked him for advice. He said he thought it would be a great idea to honor his success and that fans still have the show with such esteem, a source said.

Then, the source explained to the publication that Pitt, who once had a cameo in the popular sitcom, advised him that it was the right time for her to accept.

He told her that it felt like the right time to get back together and encouraged her to change her mind. He advised him to say yes when everyone met in October to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the program, the source said.

The actors of the show: Aniston, Courteney Cox Lisa Kudrow Matt LeBlanc , David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry, who is rumored to take home 2 million pounds (approximately 18.75,75,107.38 rupees) each for his appearance, confirmed a return on February 21. They will meet for a special meeting without a title and without a script to celebrate the series, which lasted from September 1994 to May 2004.