But the “Friends” star revealed on Wednesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” that she’s actually been present on the social media platform for a while ― via a fake account.
“It was a stalker account,” Aniston confessed to host Jimmy Kimmel.
“When I was thinking about doing this, I sort of figured it was time to kind of understand the world and dip my toe into the social media pool,” she explained.
Check out the interview here:
She hit the 1 million mark in just five hours and 16 minutes, taking the record from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who took 29 minutes longer to reach the same tally in April.
By early Thursday, Aniston had more than 11.2 million followers.
For her second post, she mocked glitching the service with a spoof video, below.
“I swear I didn’t mean to break it,” Aniston captioned the clip. “Thank you guys for the kind, glitchy welcome.”
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