It was THE haircut of the Nineties, but Jennifer Aniston has admitted she'd rather shave off all her hair than have the Rachel cut ever again.
When asked in a recent interview on The Kyle And Jackie O Show, "Would you rather have the Rachel haircut for the rest of your life or shave your head once?" Jen opted for going bald.
"Shave my hair once, definitely. The Rachel for the rest of my life? Shave my head once! Yeah, I'd shave my head once!"
Now, as you can imagine this upset us a little bit because if we didn't go for the full on chop circa 1996 we SO wanted the Rachel 'do. Didn't you?
But it wasn't only Rachel Green whose hair we envied, these chicks' tresses had it going on too...
1. Charlene Robinson from Neighbours
Because fluffy and poodle'ish was totally on trend in the Eighties. Plus, frizz is the easiest hairdo of all to maintain!
2. Shaznay Lewis from All Saints
Sure it was probably rock solid with hair spray, but those blonde highlights and the "I don't give a fig if my hair covers my eyes a la Gabrielle" casual thing was the epitome of cool.
Her hair was pink and looked kickass with a bandana. So what if we weren't from the hoods of New York, we wanted her barnet.
4. Meg Ryan in the You've Got Mail/Dennis Quaid days
Her makeup sucked and her eyebrows gave her that late Nineties surprised look but that choppy bob was to die for.
5. Brandy during the Moesha era
If you had hair like Brandy you could sing and dance like Brandy. Fact.
6. Cameron Diaz circa 1994
Two words... The Mask. Jim Carrey was playing his most annoying role ever, but boy oh boy did Cameron Diaz steal the spotlight at ALL the film's promo events.
7. All of Destiny's Child's hair in the video for 'Bootylicious'
Kelly Rowland's red bits, Beyonce's poker-straight pink dip-dye and Michelle's mess. We wanted all of these! We also wanted lots of bling, a fedora with a feather and a grill.
8. Mischa Barton when she was Marissa
Summer Roberts was our favourite OC girl but when it came down to hair we were all over Marissa's dirty blonde side fringe.