Courteney Cox Shares Video of Herself Trying out Viral 'Friends' Instagram Filter

Afouda Fortune
Jan 18, 2020
07:00 A.M.
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Courteney Cox emerged victoriously and got a Monica after several tries using the viral “Friends” filter.

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Even though it has been almost 16 years since the legendary sitcom “Friends” ended, many of the stars on the show are still connected to their characters.

Courteney Cox attends American Film Institute's 46th Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to George Clooney at Dolby Theatre. | Photo: Getty Images

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An example is actress Courteney Cox who played the role of Monica Geller on the series.

"Courteney starred alongside Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry in the series, which focused on the lives of young adults who lived in New York City."

Courteney proved her connection to her character yesterday when she was able to finally get a Monica while using the viral “Friends” filter, as noted by PEOPLE.

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As seen in the clip shared on Cox’s Instagram, the actress got all the other characters before settling on hers. She started with Rachel, followed by Ross. Next was Joey, then Phoebe and Chandler before Monica finally came.

The hilarious video was captioned:

“Finally got Monica..thought I was gonna be Ugly Naked Guy for sure! #identitycrisis.”

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Many fans took to the comments section to share their experiences with the filter and who they ended up with. 

Others shared in her pain of struggling to get herself, and among them was actress Jennifer Garner. Garner joked about the clip, writing:

“I was really stressed until you were you. ♥️”

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Courteney starred alongside Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry in the series, which focused on the lives of young adults who lived in New York City.

The show aired from 1995 to 2004, and over the years, the cast has remained close-knot, hanging out from time to time. Given that all of the cast are still alive and in contact, lovers of the show have urged for reunion to hit the screens.

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Well, according to PEOPLE, a possible reunion is still in the waiting as a green light hasn’t been giving. While speaking to reporters, HBO Max Chief Content Officer Kevin Riley said:

“There’s interest all the way around, and yet we can’t get interest all aligned to push the button on it. Today, unfortunately, it’s still a maybe.”

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The idea of a reunion first surfaced in November 2019 as it was reported that the cast alongside the series’ creators, Marta Kauffman and David Crane, were in talks for an unscripted special. 

This comes after PopCulture reported that Courteney finally reacted to remarks that she resembled Caitlyn Jenner. 

The mother-of-one took to Instagram to share a slideshow of photos alongside a screenshot of comments comparing her Jenner and a side-by-side collage of them both. 

She then admitted to looking like the former Olympian, writing, “Alright… I can see it.”

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