Courteney Cox shared a hilarious video of herself photobombing "Friends" fans.
The fans were taking photos on the show's iconic orange couch at Warner Bros. Studios.
One fan grew emotional upon realizing Cox was there, while others excitedly hugged the actress.
"Friends" fans posing for photos at Warner Bros. Studios got a surprise recently when Courteney Cox photobombed their pictures.
Cox, who played uptight Monica Geller on the hit sitcom, posted a short video of her antics to Instagram on Wednesday.
"I am working at Warner Brothers and I thought this is a good time for me to surprise Friends' fans and photobomb their shots," the "Shining Vale" star said at the beginning of the clip.
In the rest of the video, unsuspecting "Friends" fans are led to the iconic orange couch from the show's opening sequence, located at Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank, California (which is where the sitcom was filmed). As they pose for pictures, Cox pops up from the behind the couch and cheerfully poses as well.
It's only when the fans are shown their photos that they realize Cox was behind them. Most of the photo-takers excitedly leap up to hug Cox, but one fan was so overtaken with emotion that she began crying. Another fan, upon seeing Cox in her photo, exclaimed: "It's Monica!"
"Don't you hate a photo bomber? #friends," Cox captioned her video of the heartwarming prank.
"Friends" ran from 1994 to 2004. Cox starred in the hit sitcom along with Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc.
The cast came together for a special reunion episode in May 2021, where they spoke about their time together on the show and its legacy.
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