Aniston's Instagram takeover began back in October when, immediately after she joined the site by posting a pic with her former Friends co-stars, she broke the Guinness World Record for fastest person to reach one million followers. Aniston accomplished the task in five hours and 16 minutes, which was 29 minutes faster than the last record holder, Sussex Royal, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's account.
In fact, the demand to follow Aniston was so high that Instagram crashed as a result. After quipping in her second post that she "didn't mean to break" the site, Aniston joked to ET's Nischelle Turner that she'd do everything in her power to fix the problem.
"I said, 'I'll pay for it, I'll fix it!' I don't know what it is that I actually broke," she admitted. "It's so funny."
The glitch in question made it so some people couldn't follow Aniston on Instagram, and even affected her ex-husband, Justin Theroux.
"She actually texted me. She said, 'You haven't followed me,' and I said, 'Of course I followed you!' and she's like, 'No you haven't!'" Theroux told ET's Rachel Smith. "I realized I was one of the people caught in the glitch."
Since the initial excitement surrounding Aniston's Instagram account, the actress has not lessened her amazing posts; she promoted The Morning Show, shared snaps with her dog, gave fans a peek at her Thanksgiving with Jimmy Kimmel, and shared adorable throwback pics as well.