A mini ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ reunion! as Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow attend the Walk Of Fame ceremony | Business Upturn

A mini ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ reunion! as Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow attend the Walk Of Fame ceremony

‘Friends’ were present for Courteney Cox’s major Hollywood Walk of Fame event in Los Angeles!


When Courteney Cox earned her official star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, she could not help but stage a small Friends reunion! The Scream actress, 58, was spotted at the gloomy ceremony on February 27 posing with longtime friends and former co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow.

This essentially served as a modest reunion for the programme that made them famous from 1994 to 2004. With Jennifer on her right arm and Lisa on her left, the actress and single mother stood in front of the rising star while holding her official plaque. She completed the ensemble with a necklace and pendant and wore a jacket, matching boots, and a long, exquisite black skirt.

As she knelt by the legendary actress for pictures, the former Monica Gellar wore her trademark dark brunette locks down and positively shined. Jennifer and Lisa looked great together in their matching black jackets, boots, and jeans.


Courteney was joined at the podium by Lisa and Jennifer, who both shared their interactions with her. In a video clip shared on Variety’s twitter account, Jennifer thanked everyone for being there, adding, “As your coworkers, friends, and family, your sisters,” before Lisa added that the group had known each other for 30 years. Jennifer joked, “No, not 30 years, that’s a typo.

In her tearful statement, Jennifer said, “To be friends with Courteney is to be family with Courteney.” In other images, the group’s speaker friend Laura Dern could be seen joining them. The Monday Before Thanksgiving, a 2008 short film directed by Courteney, stars Laura.

She stated before the event that the lessons she learnt while working on the set of the well-known NBC comedy were enduring. According to Variety, she remarked, “Friends taught me the significance of camaraderie and genuinely sticking together.”


“We experienced so many things together, and these connections came at the most crucial period in my life. I know that is the song: “I’ll be there for you,” but it also taught me the importance of being there for one another. Yet it is accurate. Working with folks who could exchange ideas was a real pleasure. Everyone wished for everyone is best.