Hit sitcom FRIENDS is definitely making a comeback, according to guest star KATHLEEN TURNER.
It was rumoured this week the six stars had signed to make a series of reunion shows, two years after the show ended its ten year run.
Bosses at NBC denied the claims - but Turner, who played the transvestite mother of MATTHEW PERRY's character CHANDLER BING, says she has been approached about making more episodes.
She says, "I think they're definitely coming back, despite what you've heard.
"I was approached by executives just the other day about my availability.
"I've no idea what the storylines are - they don't tell me anything - but I've definitely been approached.
"There are no dates and no script. But if it happens I would love to do it.
"I know the writers and creators have got something in mind but I don't know when it will happen."
The 51-year-old actress is currently preparing for a four-month stint in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF on London's West End.