Jennifer Aniston has revealed the one thing the cast of "friends" were not a big fan of in the show. Have you had your guess? No, it's not that. It's the show's iconic theme song "I'll Be There For You".

Apparently, the brilliant cast of the show were not huge admirers of the American pop-rock duo The Rembrandts opening song that is still sung out loud by fans whenever an episode of Friends is on. The song peaked at No.1 on both the United States and Canada charts and reached 3rd in the United Kingdom rankings but Jennifer was having none of that.

The announcement that will shock the nation

"No one was really a big fan of that theme song," she confessed on BBC's The One Show. To which presenter Alex Jones replied: "Oh, you have shocked us now Jennifer."

"I don't mean to say that," she continued. "We felt it was a little, I don't know. Dancing in a fountain felt sort of odd but we did it."

Aniston's confession is somewhat understandable considering the cast listened to the track over the course of ten years shooting 236 episodes.

The 47-year-old who played the role of Rachel Green on Friends was on The One Show to promote her new movie titled Office Christmas Party along with directors Josh Gordon and Will Speck. Host Alex Jones revealed that she often flips through channels on TV only to settle on reruns of Friends which aired on NBC for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004.

Jennifer admitted that she does the same thing quite often saying 'she can't help it'.

"I can't help it. First, I'm trying to remember which episode it is, and then half the time I'm saying to myself, 'I don't remember that'," she said. "You get sucked into the nostalgia of it."

UK's Favourite Friends Character

I am sure every single Friends fan out there has contemplated who among the six main protagonists is the best in the show.

There is a definitive answer on who the best of the bunch is as far as the United Kingdom is concerned.

When Comedy Central asked fans on Twitter who their pick was during the six weeks of FriendsFest, David Schwimmer's character Ross Geller emerged victorious with 25.6 per cent of the votes.