The day we’ve been waiting 12 years to see has arrived… the Friends cast have OFFICIALLY reunited!
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow finally gathered around the same table. And (obvs) the world went mad.
Our favourite 90s stars met up in LA for the filming of Must See TV: A Tribute To James Burrows, a show created to honour the prolific sitcom director – and a clip giving a sneak peek is here!
As expected, not much is given away, but we can already tell the show (airing on February 21st) will be HILARIOUS.
When show host Andy Cohen asks the stars, “So did you all sign contracts saying that you wouldn’t sleep with each other?”, Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe) turns to David Schwimmer (Ross) and says, “David, say something…”
Matthew Perry – AKA Chandler Bing – had already let us know that he wouldn’t be able to make it, as he’s currently starring in his new play The End Of Longing on London’s West End.
But before you get too upset, the 46-year-old will appear as part of the two-hour special via a pre-taped segment.
It was actually The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki who gave us our first look at the Friends reunion.
They’d posed for a photo with the fivesome with their co-stars Jim Parsons and Simon Helberg – and they were clearly pretty damn excited about it.
Kaley, 30, captioned her upload: ‘FRIENDS #MEETS BBT,’ alongside a crying face emoji.
We can totally see why they were stoked, it’s like Friends had never gone away from our screens. Although we must say, we’re quite the fans of Matt’s silver fox look.
But it wasn’t only the Friends and Big Bang Theory guys who’d come out to show their love for James Burrows.
It was a big night for reunions – other well-loved comedies that got involved included Will & Grace and Frasier.
See: Friends Reunion: Everything You Need To Know
For Will & Grace, Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack and Megan Mullally got together to catch up on the past few years, although Debra Messing was missing. Boo.
And Frasier‘s Jane Leeves snapped a picture with her former on-screen husband David Hyde Pierce, jokingly writing: ‘Oh god if I weren’t married…’
Wah. This is WAY too much nostalgia for us to deal with right now.