Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston allegedly had a falling out shortly after they appeared in the Friends reunion.

In its June 21 issue, National Enquirer claimed that Cox wasn’t thrilled when the producers of the special episode told her and her co-stars that Aniston will be taking center stage in the reunion.

But no one complained back then because they thought that it would benefit the show.

However, Cox couldn’t allegedly help but notice how much Aniston has changed. And the former could no longer stand the latter’s very bossy and egotistical ways.

To make things worse, the recent Friends reunion allegedly turned into the Jennifer Aniston Show because she was given the most airtime during the special.

The insider also claimed that Cox is also furious when Aniston gushed over her and David Schwimmer’s mutual crush for each other. In the original Friends sitcom, the co-stars played the roles of Rachel Green and Ross Geller.

“Courteney found it ironic Jen would make such a big deal about her feelings for David, given that Jen always denied it back in the day,” the source said.

However, when Aniston found out about Cox was thinking, she couldn’t help but get upset herself. After all, she knows that she’s the most famous Friends cast member so it’s her co-stars that needed the exposure in the reunion episode.

None of the tabloid’s claims are correct. Since the Friends reunion was filmed last year, this would’ve meant that Aniston and Cox have not been on good terms for such a long time.

However, this isn’t the case, the real-life best friends have been hanging out regularly. And they have also been sharing photos and videos from their hangouts on social media.

In fact, Aniston and Cox have also reunited with their other female co-star, Lisa Kudrow in recent months.

This isn’t the first time that the tabloids claimed that there’s an ongoing feud on the set of the Friends reunion.

Before the single-camera episode aired, there were allegations that Aniston, Cox, and Kudrow have frozen Matthew Perry out.

Other tabloids also alleged that Aniston has snubbed her male co-stars since Friends wrapped up in 2004.

However, none of these claims are true. During the reunion, the cast members confirmed that they have all stayed friends. And they also keep in touch regularly via text, phone calls, or through their social media accounts.