Jennifer Aniston Pays Tribute To Courtney Cox, ‘Friends’ With Monica Dress
Jennifer Aniston has recently paid a touching tribute to Courtney Cox and their show from 18 years ago, “Friends.” She has seemingly shown how much she treasures her friendship with her co-star and their hit sitcom.
The 53-year-old actress took her sweet notes to Instagram on Sunday. She posted a series of stories, showing a dress Cox wore in one of the episodes of their television show.
Aniston first asked her followers whether the dress looks familiar. She shared two photos of her co-star’s character, Monica Geller, wearing a black piece.
The “Wanderlust” star, later on, stated that she “still got it,” informing her audience that she has kept it all these years. She even tagged the “Scream” actress and the official account of “Friends” on the platform.
In the next set of photos, Jennifer Aniston can be seen wearing the same sartorial piece. In one of the images, she poses with her hairstylist, Chris McMillan, and captioned it with a heart emoji.
It remains unclear how Aniston got the dress of Monica from their hit sitcom. But, it did not appear to have surprised fans and followers as she and Cox have long shared a close friendship.
“Friends” ended its course nearly two decades ago. It ran for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004.
Jennifer Aniston played the iconic character of Rachel Green. As for Courtney Cox, she played one of her best friends, Monica Geller.
The two actresses were also with four other celebrities, completing the main cast of the hit sitcom. These are Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer.
Brittanica says that as “Friends” progressed, each of the characters became a “household name” across the globe. The show’s global fame and success have also led each cast member to their respective feats in the world of Hollywood and entertainment.
While “Friends” ended its course 18 years ago, the main cast members have remained close with one another. This appears to be most apparent between Courtney Cox and Jennifer Aniston, who has since become best friends, according to Screen Rant.
The outlet previously released a list of some “facts” about the two actresses’ close friendship. One of these things is how Cox and Aniston first auditioned for each other’s role on the sitcom.
As reported, Mental Floss revealed that the producers of “Friends” originally asked the “Cougar Town” star to play the role of Rachel. For the “Morning Show” actress part, she initially read Monica’s lines.