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Courteney Cox Recreated an Iconic 'Friends' Moment by Stuffing Her Head Inside a Turkey! (Video)

One of Courteney Cox‘s most iconic moments on the TV show Friends was when her character Monica’s head got stuck in the body of a turkey… and the actress just recreated that moment!

To celebrate Thanksgiving 2020, 22 years after that famous Friends episode aired, Courteney got back into the turkey.

“Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I hope you’re having a great day,” Courteney began the video.

Courteney‘s attitude took a turn and she continued, “I’m feeling so thankful, and also, if I get one more goddamn gif with that turkey on my head dancing like a f—king fool, I’m just gonna snap.”

A GIF of the scene then played and Courteney appeared again to say, “So anyhow, since I’m the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go, hope it makes you happy.”

You’ve gotta watch the clip!

Make sure to see how Courteney brought back another iconic role to Instagram a few weeks ago.

The 'Friends' Reunion Special Finally Has a New Filming Date!

After months and months of delays of filming on the upcoming Friends reunion, it looks like there’s actually a new filming date!

Matthew Perry, who famously played Chandler Bing in the fan-favorite long running show, just revealed that the original six stars will reunite in March to film the special.

“Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March. Looks like we have a busy year coming up,” he teased fans about the special that’s been pushed back many times.

Matthew, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt Le Blanc will all reunite to look back on the groundbreaking series that ran for 10 seasons on NBC.

The unscripted special is expected to air on HBO Max, and is also expected to be filmed on Friends‘ original soundstage on the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank, Calif.

The special had been pushed back and delayed countless times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The original plan was to welcome in a handful of Friends superfans to watch the cast reminisce. It remains to be seen if that could still happen.

Just recently, Jennifer actually called the delay a blessing. See why she said that here…

The 'Friends' Complete Series Box Set Is Just $46 Right Now on Amazon's Prime Day Sale!

Amazon‘s Prime Day sale is happening RIGHT NOW and there’s a great deal on the Friends box set!

The beloved television series Friends was removed from Netflix at the beginning of the year and fans didn’t have a way of streaming it for many months until it debuted on HBO Max. Fans that don’t have HBO Max might want to take advantage of this great deal that’s happening.

The Friends: The Complete Series Collection on DVD is currently on sale for $45.99, which is 49% off the list price.

The Friends: The Complete Series Collection on Blu-ray is currently on sale for $54.49, which is 52% off the list price.

The deal ends at 11am EST on Wednesday (October 14), so act quickly!

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'Friends' Actress Jane Sibbett Revealed She Almost Played Rachel Instead of Carol

You might recognize Jane Sibbett as Ross Gellar’s ex-wife Carol from Friends, but she was actually in the running to play another character on the show.

In a new interview with Australia’s News.com.au, the actress revealed that she almost played Rachel Green.

“I actually was up for another character,” she shared. “They wanted me to be one of the main six. It was actually Rachel, but I usually don’t tell people that because Jen [Aniston]… There’s no-one who could’ve done it like Jen.”

Jane also revealed the reason why she didn’t get the role was because she was pregnant in real life.

“I asked them [my agents] if they’d told the producers I was pregnant [at the time] and they said, ‘Oh no, we thought we’d tell them later.’ And I said, ‘No, you’ve got to tell them now,’” she insisted. “So obviously [producers] said it wouldn’t work out.

Jane admits that there’s no other Rachel Green than Jennifer Aniston.

“I have no regrets, my goodness, there’s no way anybody could have come close to what Jennifer Aniston did with Rachel. She was so perfect.”

While she lost out on playing Rachel, Jane did welcome her son, Kai, and two days later, was on the set as Carol.

Jane Krakowski and even Courteney Cox were also considered to play Rachel, too.

If you missed it, there was an all-Black cast live reading of the Friends episodes this week. See it here!

'Friends' Fans Loved Everything About the All-Black Cast Reading on 'Zoom Where It Happens'

Twitter was absolutely in love with everything about the Zoom Where It Happens event tonight, which saw an all-Black cast do a live reading of Friends‘ “The One Where It Never Happened” episode.

Hosted by Gabrielle Union, the event starred Sterling K. Brown as Ross, Ryan Michelle Bathe as Rachel, Uzo Aduba as Phoebe, Aisha Hinds as Monica, Kendrick Sampson as Joey, and Jeremy Pope as Chandler.

The event also had a surprise appearance by Cynthia Erivo, who belted out the iconic theme song, “I’ll Be There For You”.

During and after watching the special event, which spotlighted When We All Vote, a non-partisan voter registration organization, fans were tweeting about it on social media – even Kerry Washington!

“#ZoomWhereItHappens omg I love seeing real BLACK LOVE!!!!! Yes to @SterlingKBrown and his better half Ms Ryan @michellechel,” she wrote while watching.

Jeremy, who fans were thirsting over, tweeted after the live reading, “Yoo! that was too much fun. thank you to everyone who tuned into FRIENDS #ZoomWhereItHappens please be sure you are registered to vote 🙌🏾http://whenweallvote.org.”

Sterling added, “Absolute pleasure working with you, bruh! Let’s do it again!!! ✌🏿”

See how more fans reacted to the live reading inside…More Here! »

Gabrielle Union Hosting; Sterling K. Brown, Jeremy Pope & More Starring in All-Black 'Friends' Reading

An all-black reading of Friends is happening!

Gabrielle Union, who once guest starred on the original show, will be hosting the event, Variety reports.

Salli Richardson-Whitfield will direct the event that will take place on Tuesday, September 21 at 6/5c at Zoom Where It Happens.

While Gabrielle will be hosting the event, Sterling K. Brown, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Uzo Aduba, Aisha Hinds, Kendrick Sampson, and Jeremy Pope will star as the iconic characters of Monica, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Joey and Phoebe for the virtual reading.

Sterling and Ryan, real life husband and wife, will play Ross and Rachel; with Uzo as Phoebe, Aisha as Monica, Kendrick as Joey, and Jeremy as Chandler.

According to Variety, the reading will spotlight When We All Vote, a non-partisan voter registration organization.

If you want to watch the live reading event, you have to RSVP for it. Head to mobilize.us to sign up now.

Just recently, Jennifer Aniston spoke about the planned HBO Max Friends reunion that had to be delayed due to the pandemic. See what she said here…

Jennifer Aniston Hosted a 'Friends' Cast Reunion During the Emmys 2020! (Video)

A Friends cast reunion happened in the middle of the 2020 Emmy Awards!

Host Jimmy Kimmel called into Jennifer Aniston‘s house to check in on her after she left the in-person show to watch the rest of the show from home.

While Jimmy chatted with Jen, her Friends co-star Courteney Cox popped into the camera feed to say hello.

Courteney then said, “We live together,” after Jimmy questioned why she was there. Jen jokingly added, “We’ve been roommates since 1994.”

Seconds later, Lisa Kudrow showed up in the feed and then Jason Bateman, who was also at the Emmys studio earlier in the night, popped in as well. (If you didn’t know, Jen and Jason are longtime friends!)

Earlier in the night, Jennifer put out a fire on stage while presenting one of the first awards of the night!