Courteney Cox explained, “I am employed by Warner Brothers, and I decided now is a wonderful opportunity for me to surprise Friends’ fans and photobomb their pictures.
The actress then retreated behind the orange couch from the series, which was positioned in front of the fountain. Cox then photobombed their pictures from behind as the bunch of supporters sat on it. Nearly twenty years have passed since Friends stopped, but many people are still faithful to it. And Courteney Cox, aka Monica Geller, gave a unique gift to those fans who just visited the Warner Bros set. One of the best television shows to date is the sitcom from the 1990s.
Courteney Cox Is Still Monica
However, the lack of diversity in the cast has drawn its fair share of criticism. Marta Kauffman, the co-creator of the program, previously discussed it. She expressed regret over it since she believed it contributed to systemic racism. She was supported by Phoebe Buffay herself, and Lisa Kudrow, who asserted that authors always wrote what they knew. Courteney Cox recently surprised a tour group at the Warner Bros. set while talking about Friends by photobombing them.
The actress admitted in a video she shared on Instagram that she had interfered with fan photos taken in front of the recognizable fountain shown in the sitcom’s opening credits. Unbeknownst to them, Courteney Cox was in the background of their photos, which caught their attention. One of the Friends’ fans screamed, “It’s Monica!” They will undoubtedly never forget that particular occasion.
In the meantime, if one recalls, the final line in the sitcom was uttered by Matthew Perry, who played Chandler Bing. It turns out the actor asked for it.