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Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox wear Friends Forever shirts in support of Charity - video

 Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox wear Friends Forever shirts in support of Charity - video

Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox posted a blurry video of themselves wearing the "Friends Forever" shirts while Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer share pictures of themselves with the latest merchandise.

Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox wear Friends Forever shirts in support of Charity - video Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox posted a blurry video of themselves wearing the "Friends Forever" shirts while Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer share pictures of themselves with the latest merchandise.  The clothes are all part of the "Cast Collection," a collection of Friends-themed clothes curated by the show's stars that showcase their favorite lines and memorable moments from the series. The Friends team is in full force to support a clothing line that benefits several charities, and while Lisa Kudrow shared a photo of her wearing the "It's the Moisture" T-shirt, which features Kourtney's image from the show, David Cope displayed "I'm fine" printed on it, while Matthew wore a T-shirt Silly on it has a picture of him dressed up as a bunny. The new clothing line will go on sale via a dedicated website and be released over the next nine months, divided into three 'drops' from seasons 1-3, 4-6 and 7-10 respectively. long, sleeveless tops and mugs) for one month only, and they'll never be sold out again, the latest release being the last drop in the series. A portion of the proceeds will go to charities selected by the cast. David said the line will benefit the Rape Foundation, a charity he "deeply cares" that "supports the latest treatment for child and adult victims, as well as innovative prevention and education programmes." Jennifer and Courteney noted that their charities of choice are Amicares and EBMRF. This is the latest Friends project after the team reunited on a private platform in May 2021. A sign that the popular series Friends premiered in September 1994 and ran for an impressive ten seasons on NBC, the final episode, titled The Last One, aired in May 2004. According to the New York Times, the final episode drew 52.5 million viewers. It is the fourth highest viewed episode of the series.


The clothes are all part of the "Cast Collection," a collection of Friends-themed clothes curated by the show's stars that showcase their favorite lines and memorable moments from the series.

The Friends team is in full force to support a clothing line that benefits several charities, and while Lisa Kudrow shared a photo of her wearing the "It's the Moisture" T-shirt, which features Kourtney's image from the show, David Cope displayed "I'm fine" printed on it, while Matthew wore a T-shirt Silly on it has a picture of him dressed up as a bunny.

The new clothing line will go on sale via a dedicated website and be released over the next nine months, divided into three 'drops' from seasons 1-3, 4-6 and 7-10 respectively. long, sleeveless tops and mugs) for one month only, and they'll never be sold out again, the latest release being the last drop in the series.

A portion of the proceeds will go to charities selected by the cast. David said the line will benefit the Rape Foundation, a charity he "deeply cares" that "supports the latest treatment for child and adult victims, as well as innovative prevention and education programmes."

Jennifer and Courteney noted that their charities of choice are Amicares and EBMRF.

This is the latest Friends project after the team reunited on a private platform in May 2021.

Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox wear Friends Forever shirts in support of Charity - video Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox posted a blurry video of themselves wearing the "Friends Forever" shirts while Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer share pictures of themselves with the latest merchandise.  The clothes are all part of the "Cast Collection," a collection of Friends-themed clothes curated by the show's stars that showcase their favorite lines and memorable moments from the series. The Friends team is in full force to support a clothing line that benefits several charities, and while Lisa Kudrow shared a photo of her wearing the "It's the Moisture" T-shirt, which features Kourtney's image from the show, David Cope displayed "I'm fine" printed on it, while Matthew wore a T-shirt Silly on it has a picture of him dressed up as a bunny. The new clothing line will go on sale via a dedicated website and be released over the next nine months, divided into three 'drops' from seasons 1-3, 4-6 and 7-10 respectively. long, sleeveless tops and mugs) for one month only, and they'll never be sold out again, the latest release being the last drop in the series. A portion of the proceeds will go to charities selected by the cast. David said the line will benefit the Rape Foundation, a charity he "deeply cares" that "supports the latest treatment for child and adult victims, as well as innovative prevention and education programmes." Jennifer and Courteney noted that their charities of choice are Amicares and EBMRF. This is the latest Friends project after the team reunited on a private platform in May 2021. A sign that the popular series Friends premiered in September 1994 and ran for an impressive ten seasons on NBC, the final episode, titled The Last One, aired in May 2004. According to the New York Times, the final episode drew 52.5 million viewers. It is the fourth highest viewed episode of the series.


A sign that the popular series Friends premiered in September 1994 and ran for an impressive ten seasons on NBC, the final episode, titled The Last One, aired in May 2004.

According to the New York Times, the final episode drew 52.5 million viewers. It is the fourth highest viewed episode of the series.

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