Fans Go Wild Over Courteney Cox Trying Out 'Friends' Face Filter
Courteney Cox has been having fun with the latest Friends filters.
On Sunday, April 3, the actress, 57, posted a hilarious video to Instagram of her trying out the latest app where users can morph into their favorite characters from the hit 90's sitcom.
Cox first tried out how she looked as David Schwimmer's character, Ross Gellar, to which she jokingly said, "Really? I don't look anything like Swimmer." The Scream star then tested out Matt LeBlanc's character Joey Tribbiani's face as she did her best, "How you doin'?" for the camera.
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The Hollywood actress — who starred as Monica Gellar on the hit NBC sitcom from 1994 to 2004 — tried on a face that seemed similar to her own, as she remarked: "Who is that? Is that Monica? Not sure. This is one of the worst apps I've ever seen."
Cox's 12.1 million Instagram followers couldn't get enough of the video — which scored a like from former costar Jennifer Aniston — as pal Mira Sorvino commented, "This is hilarious, and almost as scary as Shining Vale!." Actress Manon Mathews simply stated she was "dead" from the hilarious clip.
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"Courteney Cox single-handedly keeping the friends fandom alive so true ❤️," one fan wrote, as another commented, "I don't know whether to laugh or be scared 😂😂😂."
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The Cougar Town actress' tongue in cheek video comes as her costar Matthew Perry is gearing up to release his memoir, Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing, where he will allegedly spill all of the behind-the-scenes secrets about his castmates from his days on Friends.
As OK! exclusively reported, the 17 Again star, 52, has his fellow cast members worried about what he may reveal in the upcoming book. "He didn't feel like any of them supported him, and it was a bitter reminder of how much he suffered back when they were shooting the show," an insider spilled.
"They weren't as close as people think. Their characters were so tight, but the reality is there was a lot of tension and jealousy," the source went on to explain of the beloved television cast.