Friends co-stars reunite to urge public cast votes

NEW YORK: United States famous sitcom ‘Friends’ lead stars have reunited to urge US citizens into exercising their democratic right.
Friends former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and Courteney Cox got together once again in front of the camera and urged the public to cast their votes as the US presidential elections draw closer.
In a photo posted by Kudrow who played the role of Phoebe Buffay on the show, the three women struck a pose while the caption read, “Friends don’t let friends skip elections. Text FRIENDS to 26797 to make sure you are registered. And tag your friends below to remind them to check their registration.”

Cox also posted a clip of the three sending out the same message in the video.

Aniston on the other hand sought help from her iconic character of Rachel Green from the show to deliver her message. “When you realize there are only 100 days until Election Day,” wrote Aniston.
The presidential election of 2020 is scheduled for 3rd November with Donald Trump and Joe Biden being the presumptive nominees as of now from the Republican and the Democratic parties respectively.

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Moreover, the cast of ‘Friends’ will resume filming by the end of the summer which was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. The main cast including Jennifer Aniston (Rachel), Courteney Cox (Monica), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe), Matt LeBlanc (Joey), Matthew Perry (Chandler), and David Schwimmer (Ross) was scheduled to record a special episode earlier in March, but the project was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
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