Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox reunite for Friends reunion at Emmys 2020
Meanwhile, Watchmen bagged the most Emmys with 11 wins in different categories, followed by Schitt’s Creek and Succession
Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and Courteney Cox united for a mini-reunion to celebrate their hugely popular sitcom, Friends, during a video call with host Jimmy Kimmel, at the virtual Emmy award gala.
While Aniston was on the call with Kimmel, Cox joined in. When a puzzled Kimmel asked her what she was doing there, Cox, who played Monica in the series, replied, "Of course, I'm here. We live together."
"Yeah, we've been roommates since 1994, Jimmy," added Aniston, referring to the year when the hit sitcom premiered. Aniston's Rachel and Cox's Monica were roommates in the story for the longest time.
Soon, Kudrow (Phoebe in Friends) also entered the picture, following which Kimmel wondered if they don't live with their own families.
"Where else would I live?" Kudrow exclaimed, and soon, even actor Jason Bateman entered the call for a quick cameo.
It's been 25 years since Friends found its way to the small screen, and started its journey to create history.
Meanwhile, in the Emmys, Watchmen bagged the most Emmys with 11 wins in different categories, followed by Schitt’s Creek and Succession.