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'Friends' Co-Stars Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow Have Girls Night in LA — See the Sweet Reunion

Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow spent some quality time together.

The former Friends co-stars and close pals were photographed leaving The Palm restaurant in Beverly Hills, California, on Thursday night. The two actresses were all smiles as they existed the building, and hugged before departing in their individual cars.

Cox, 54, looked chic in a black blouse with blue jeans and black purse. Her hair was swept up in a low bun and she wore minimal makeup. Meanwhile, Kudrow, 55, opted for a black shirt, dark jeans and a camel suede jacket with a matching purse for their intimate dinner.

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In March, Kudrow told ET while at an event in West Hollywood how “great” it is to have Cox’s support all these years. “I mean, anyone who has friends for a long time I think can relate. Courteney’s shown up for everything. Everything!”

Cox agreed, telling ET, “It’s true.”

“I know that whatever I have to do in life, if there’s something that I signed on [to], I know that she’ll be my first call,” Cox added. “And she’ll go.”

The besties also revealed that they are constantly in communication and have a Friends text chain with Jennifer Aniston.

“Oh, yeah, we have one,” Kudrow shared. “The girls do. There has been one [with the full cast] from time to time, trying to work out a dinner. But that’s a lot of pressure.”

Cox and Aniston hit the red carpet together back in June. The two attended the American Film Institute’s 46th Life Achievement Award Gala in honor of George Clooney in coordinated black gowns.

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Justin Bieber Drops New Song 'Friends' — Listen to the Beat-Heavy Breakup Ballad!

Playing Justin Bieber Drops New Song ‘Friends’ — Listen to the Beat-Heavy Breakup Ballad!

Justin Bieber is back and he wants to be “Friends.”

The Purpose singer dropped a new song on Thursday, just weeks after canceling the remaining dates on his world tour due to exhaustion. “Friends” is a collaboration with BloodPop®, who produced multiple songs on Bieber’s most recent album.

EXCLUSIVE: Jaden Smith Says Justin Bieber Is ‘Totally Fine’ After Canceling Tour: ‘We All Go Through Things’

With lyrics that read pretty effectively like a post-breakup text chain, the 22-year-old pop star croons lines like, “I was wonderin’ ’bout your mama, did she get that job she wanted?” and “No, we didn’t end this so good, but you know we had something so good.”

Forgive the rhyming of “good” with “good,” look your ex up on Facebook or Instagram, and dive into the beat-heavy ballad below.

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So, can we still be friends?

Meanwhile, one friend who has remained in Bieber’s corner is Jaden Smith, who recently gave ET an update on his pal following his canceled tour dates.

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The Ultimate 'Friends' History Book Hitting Shelves in Time for Sitcom's 25th Anniversary

If you’re a Friends superfan, there’s a new book dedicated to exploring the history and legacy of the beloved sitcom.

I’ll Be There for You, penned by Kelsey Miller, was recently acquired by Harlequin imprint Hanover Square Press, and will be coming out in time for the sitcom’s 25th anniversary in 2019.

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Friends, which debuted on NBC in 1994, ended up running for 10 seasons and 236 episodes and was one of the most successful shows at the time, and it’s series finale in May 2006 had some of the highest viewership numbers of all time for a scripted show, behind only M*A*S*H, Cheers and Seinfeld.

To this day the show thrives among millennials, reportedly snagging over 16 million viewers a week in reruns across multiple broadcast platforms. The upcoming tome will examine the show’s enduring popularity — as well as some behind-the-scenes looks at how the series came to exist.

WATCH: Jennifer Aniston Reveals Why She Thinks ‘Friends’ Would Never Exist in Today’s Smartphone Age

The book — which will also serve as a definitive compendium of Friends facts and tidbits — will also look back at the litany of guest stars and the way Friends influenced pop culture (including the impact of Jennifer Aniston’s iconic haircut known forever as “The Rachel.”)

For more on the celebrated comedy series, check out the video below.


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JAY-Z's 'Moonlight' Music Video Is the 'Friends' Reboot We All Need

Who knew JAY-Z was such a big Friends fan?

The rapper’s latest music video pays tribute to the classic sitcom with a ​six​-minute visual, with stars like Issa Rae, Lil Rel Howery and Tiffany Haddish playing our favorite friends.

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Rae stars as Rachel, Haddish stars as Phoebe, and Howery as Joey, while Lakeith Stanfield plays Chandler, Jerrod Carmichael plays Ross and Tessa Thompson plays Monica. Hannibal Buress makes a cameo appearance as himself.

Watch a scene from the video below.

The video, directed by Master of None‘s Alan Yang, mirrors Friends perfectly — from the intro sequence to Monica’s apartment — until Ross starts to question his role about halfway through, and audio from the 2017 Oscar’s Best Picture snafu starts playing.

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