Courteney Cox has admitted that seeing the “friends” again was “so emotional”.
The 56-year-old actress, who played Monica Gellar on the classic sitcom, directed the highly anticipated special program with co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry.
When she appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said, “It was so incredible, so emotional.
“It’s an unwritten reunion and we have to be on stage 24 for the first time. I forget how many years. 15 years? 17 years?
“It was great. It was really fun. We had a lot of special surprises – and it was fantastic. It really was.”
She’s not the only star to spruce up a big element of surprise for the reunion, and David – who played her brother Ross on the big screen – recently hinted that they are working on something exciting for fans.
When asked if he will be in character or appear as himself at the reunion, he said, “I will be David. Nothing is written in scripts and we have no character.
“We are all ourselves, although there is a section I don’t want to reveal, but we all read something.”
Jokingly added, “I should have done it [studied] I just couldn’t bring myself to catch up on the 236 shows. I think I’ll have to watch a lot over the next five days! “
Meanwhile, Jennifer previously insisted that the delayed reunion special will be “even more exciting” after it was rolled back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
She said, “You know what? This also gave us more time to make it more exciting and fun than it would have been.
“So I see it as if the glass is half full, that it has been moved. Look, we’re not going anywhere. You’re never going to get rid of ‘friends’, sorry. You’re stuck for us boys.”