Even dead people love Jennifer Aniston.
The "Dumplin'" star appeared with Dolly Parton on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Friday, where she revealed that her first apartment in Los Angeles was haunted — and that the ghost inhabiting the space didn't have an issue with her, but detested her roommate.
"I didn't know it was [haunted] — all of a sudden ... the dishwasher would start to go, or the coffeemaker would start to go, or the stereo would just turn on at full volume. It was terrifying," Aniston, 49, said.
"I had just moved from New York City to California, and someone said to me, 'You have a spirit in your house, you should have someone come clear the house,' " she recalled.
She had someone with frankincense come to cleanse the home.
"The first corner she went to, the dish cracked ... when we go to the really thick, 1975 ashtray on the table and then that cracked, and she asked me to leave — she had to have a little talking-to with [the ghost]," she continued. The spiritualist told Aniston that the ghost hated her roommate.
"I moved out [instead of telling the roommate]," she admitted. "I feel terrible, but I couldn't say, 'It doesn't like you!' I would feel terrible ... I got out of there too quick!"
Aniston hasn't kept in touch with that roommate, but she speaks frequently with her former "Friends" co-stars, alleging that the male cast members of the show were the ones blocking a potential reunion.
"The girls always say we would love to do it again," she said. "The boys are a little less excited about it for some reason. So we'll just do like, a remake of 'The Golden Girls' in 40 years. Just try to go out on wicker chairs, you know what I mean?"