Actress Jennifer Aniston suggests in a The Ellen DeGeneres Show segment to be broadcast on Thursday that she convinced celebrity blogger Perez Hilton to stop outing gay celebs, gay glossy The Advocate reported.

The 41-year-old Aniston, best know for her portrayal of Rachel Green on the long-running NBC sitcom Friends, stars opposite Saturday Night Live alum Adam Sandler in the romantic comedy Just Go With It, to be released on February 11.

Aniston told DeGeneres that she once pulled Hilton aside in a parking garage and asked him, “Why are you so mean?”

“So I pulled up and we were sort of scoping each other out as I was pulling the car up. I just rolled down the window and I was like, Hi.' And he went, 'Hi.' We stood there like two deer in headlights. And I just said, 'Come here. Just talk to me for a second.' It was one of those great moments.”

In October, Hilton, who had previously outed Neil Patrick Harris, star of CBS' How I Met Your Mother, and Lance Bass, the former 'NSYNC member, announced he was turning over a new leaf.

The openly gay Hilton, 32, told DeGeneres: “I want to be able to continue to speak out on the gay bullying and the teen suicides and I want to be able to go to the rallies and the marches like I have been in the past and not have people in my own community feel ashamed about me or embarrassed.”

Other celebrities, including Khloe Kardashian, had accused the blogger of bullying them.