Friends cast sing theme tune in with James Corden for Carpool Karaoke

The Friends cast performed the show’s iconic theme tune during an impromptu Carpool Karaoke with James Corden.

Corden hosted the much-anticipated reunion episode last month and shared more footage from his time with the stars during the latest episode of his The Late Late Show.

In a twist on the Carpool Karaoke segment, he got behind the wheel of a cart usually used to ferry tourists around the Warner Bros lot and picked up David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry during a break.

The group all sang along to I’ll Be There For You by The Rembrandts, the song that served as the title music for all 10 seasons of the beloved Sitcom.

After finishing the song, Cox shouted: ‘I’ve always wanted to do Carpool Karaoke.’

Elsewhere in The Late Late Show clip, Schwimmer admitted that it had been moving to reunite with his co-stars.

The cast of Friends joined James Corden for a spot of Carpool Karaoke (Picture: CBS)

Friends cast

The cast sang the Friends theme song I’ll Be There For You (Picture: CBS)

‘It was really meaningful and emotional to be on the set and then to finally be in the same room together after all this time,’ he said. ‘It was really kind of beautiful.’

‘I got teary,’ Kudrow said in response, with Cox also visibly overcome with emotion.

‘It’s a big deal that you’re doing this,’ she added.

Elsewhere, Corden took a tour of the Friends set, including wandering around Chandler and Joey’s apartment.

Friends cast on Carpool Karaoke

Courteney Cox said it was a ‘big deal’ for the cast to be back together again (Picture: CBS)

David Schwimmer posts behind the scenes pictures from the FRIENDS Reunion

The stars recently reunited for a special episode on HBO Max (Picture: HBO)

In a quiz at the Central Perk coffee shop, Kudrow was named as the actor who broke character the most during filming, Schwimmer the best dancer and Aniston the star who stole the most clothes from set.

The enduring popularity of Friends – a comedy that first aired in 1994 and broadcast its final episode a decade later – was in evidence again after it emerged that the reunion was Sky One’s most-watched show ever.

Some 5.3 million viewers tuned in to watch the cast reminisce over their time together.

Friends: The Reunion is available to stream on Sky and NOW.


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