FRIENDS star Courteney Cox says she's a "f**king fool" and puts a raw turkey on her head to recreate the iconic Thanksgiving scene.
The sitcom star took to her Instagram yesterday to share a comedic Thanksgiving message to her followers and fans.
Courteney, 56, uploaded a selfie style video, and started off by saying: "Happy Thanksgiving everyone, hope you're having a great day."
"I'm feeling so thankful" she continued, before breaking character and starting off on a wild rant.
The actress then leaned in close to the camera where only her mouth showed and yelled: "If I get one more god d**n gif with a turkey on my head dancing like a f**king fool, I'm just gonna snap."
Courteney then inserted the iconic clip from the 1994 sitcom, where in season five she wore a long-sleeved green top with a raw turkey on her head, sporting sunglasses.
"Anyway" she continued, "since I'm the symbol of Thanksgiving, here ya go, hope it makes you happy."
The NBC star then cut to a new video of her dancing with another raw turkey wearing sunglasses, in tribute to the famed scene that has taken over social media.
She added the Friends theme song for effect and the words "Happy Thanksgiving."
Fans and other celebrities alike have gone wild over the post, delighted that Courteney would comment on the celebrated episode.
One wrote: "You really got your head inside that dead turkey just for us?? I'm so thankful."
Another added a hilarious quote from the beloved show, saying: "MONICA MONICA HAVE A HAPPY HANUKKAH."
"Court!!! This is tooooo good" another shared.
Even other celebrities joined in on the fun, David Beckham commenting: "OMG this just made my day @courteneycoxofficial @friends."
Friends originally premiered in September of 1994 and lasted a total of 10 seasons, finishing in May of 2004.
The show itself has won almost 100 awards since its debut, making it one of the most popular television shows of all time.
Courteney's cast-mates, Jennifer Aniston, 51, Lisa Kudrow, 57, Matt LeBlanc, 53, Matthew Perry, 51, and David Schwimmer, 54, have all had illustrious careers since the sitcom ended.
In February of 2020, the entire cast was thrilled to announce a reunion special that was set to air this past May on HBO.
Due to Covid, the release date was rescheduled to March 2021, over a year since the announcement was first made.
Fans and cast alike were disappointed by the news, and Matthew took to Twitter to share: "Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March. Looks like we have a busy year coming up. And that's the way I like it!"
Lisa then told The Hollywood Reporter: "We haven't all been in the same room in front of people — I mean, we have privately once many years ago but that's it.
"The whole point of this is to be in the same room. That hasn't changed. And HBO Max is being phenomenally patient and understanding."
The show's creator, Marta Kauffman spoke to Entertainment Weekly, about the move, saying: “We all want it to happen. We just have to wait until it is safe.
“This is a show that is not scripted, but this is the way the show works – we are going to need a live audience.
“Even if we socially distance that live audience, it really is a huge part of what Friends is… We can not do it without them."
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