Jennifer Aniston shared a reunion selfie but we can't get over the photo quality

Jennifer Aniston successfully made Friends fans lose their hive minds when she joined Instagram and shared a selfie of the Central Perk gang.

However, it was hard to be excited about the complete reunion when the photo had the quality of a newly released 2005 Motorola Razr.

She and her co-stars Matt LeBlanc, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer were sharing a lovely dinner together, probably catching up on the last 25 years.

She captioned her post: ‘And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM.’

The concept of Jennifer joining Instagram is all fans ever wanted, and the reunion is more than we could handle considering there hasn’t been a complete reunion in years.

And now that fans finally have what they want, of course it’s only right to make sure something goes wrong with it.

It felt like Jennifer and her co-stars sat down and said to each other: ‘We should give everyone what they want!’ before Matthew looked at them and replied: ‘Only if it’s blurry enough that we look like Minecraft characters.’

Fans, as overjoyed as they were, quickly pointed out the quality of the photo.

One fan posted: ‘Is it just me or is Jennifer Aniston’s Friends reunion pic a first draft selfie at best? Bad framing, obstructed faces, weird limbs… this moment deserved a retake.’

Shall we all just start a GoFundMe for Jen so she can get a new phone?

‘My fave part about this is that jennifer aniston doesn’t have a good front camera. I know for a fact that friends money can get her something better,’ one user tweeted.

Someone tweeted: ‘Am wondering what kind of camera phone Jennifer Aniston used to take this low-res photo?’

We reckon at best she’s got an iPhone 5s and at worst she’s got an Android.

On the bright side, the actress already gained 7.1 million followers and all she had to do was upload a picture of some pixels.

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