It turns out Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and Courteney Cox are all in a group chat together.
Ever since Friends ended in 2004, there have been people begging for it to come back. Over the years, there have been countless reunion teasers that have us missing the days where we could tune in to Friends every Thursday night for a good laugh. Although there won’t be a reunion at Central Perk anytime soon, you can luckily watch all 10 seasons of the epic show on Netflix to satisfy any of your cravings.
The cast, which features Jenifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, have all moved on from the show and have been featured in countless films and TV shows of their own.
As great as that may be, it turns out many of the castmates still keep in touch, especially the female cast members. According to eOnline, Courteney Cox has recently revealed that she is part of a group chat with gal pals Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston, where they do what everyone does in a group chat, make silly jokes, send memes and throw major shade. We want in on this group chat!
The Cougar Town actress doesn’t seem to be too involved in the group chat though. The star told Us Weekly how: “Lisa, Jennifer and I all have a text chain, but to me, it’s too much pressure. I’m not into the group text chain. I really don’t like it”, Cox said.
First of all, lets address how Cox still refers to it as a “text chain,” and secondly, it’s somewhat nice to see how they experience the same group chat problems as the rest of us do, most of the time, there’s always one person who can’t stand to be apart of the “text chain.”
Aniston has also been making major buzz lately with her recent split for hubby Justin Theroux. Although the group chat may be problematic for Cox sometimes, we’re sure the ladies have reached out to their friend.
From eating lunch with one another every day during their Friends years to connecting via group text, we’re glad to see the trio still in action and keeping in touch.
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