Courteney Cox Brings Again The ‘Associates’ Routine With A Complete Wild-Card Cameo

It’s the one the place Ed Sheeran does The Routine. 

Courteney Cox lastly gave “Associates” followers the efficiency they’ve all been ready for on Sunday ― with just a little additional shock. Greater than 20 years later, the actor confirmed she’s nonetheless bought Monica Geller’s strikes from 1999 “Associates” episode “The One With The Routine.” Some viewers commented, although, that Monica’s dance associate and brother, Ross, performed by David Schwimmer, appeared just a little totally different:

“Had a reunion of our personal this weekend,” Sheeran wrote alongside his personal Instagram put up.

Cox and the English singer have been buddies for years. Sheeran even launched her to her associate, Johnny McDaid of the British band Snow Patrol. And although Sheeran’s evidently a diehard fan (or maybe only a actually good pal), he didn’t make an look on the official and long-awaited “Associates: The Reunion” particular, which premiered Thursday almost 27 years after the present first went to air.

The almost two-hourlong reunion featured a string of celeb followers, together with Justin Bieber as “Spudnik,” Girl Gaga with a hovering “Smelly Cat” rendition and Cara Delevingne modeling Rachel’s famously heinous pink bridesmaid gown. 

The beloved Ross and Monica dance was a second that many individuals have been hoping to see recreated through the reunion, however the actors apparently weren’t too eager.

“I did say, ‘Would you ever think about doing The Routine?’ And each of them have been like, ‘Oh, please don’t make us do this,’” director Ben Winston instructed The Hollywood Reporter.

Right here it’s, in all its unique glory:

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