The clip of the 'Friends' vet making the mistake during her appearance on '25 Words or Less' quickly sets tongues wagging as it goes viral with people warning her of Beyhive's going after her.

AceShowbiz - Lisa Kudrow was having a brain fart when she appeared on "25 Words or Less" on Friday, March 6. The "Friends" alum was seemingly mixing up Kanye West and his former nemesis Jay-Z as she made a mistake when giving some hints about Beyonce Knowles.

"Kanye's wife!" the Phoebe Buffay depicter said. One of the contestants named Kim Kardashian, but Lisa deemed that an incorrect answer. That was when she realized her blunder, before quickly correcting herself and saying, "Jay-Z!"

The clip of the actress making the mistake quickly set tongues wagging as it went viral. "She regretted that instantly," one Instagram user commented. "When she made that face she knew the beyhive is gonna be on her head," another fan pointed out, referring to Beyonce's massive fandom.

Talking about the contestants, one person said, "They was looking so confused like huh?! Well who is it then?!" alongside a series of laughing emojis. "Y'all trying the Hive patience now," someone said, and that's true since the comment section of an Instagram post featuring the clip was filled with bee emojis.

Meanwhile, some people were a little rude with their response. "Oh, so she wasn't just acting air headed on Friends? Lol. Copy that," one sarcastically stated. Echoing the sentiment, another user wrote, "She simple on the characters she play so what y'all expect."

Neither Lisa, Beyonce or Kim has reacted to the hilarious clip.

That aside, the cast of "Friends" recently announced a reunion special that is set for HBO Max. The special, as well as all 236 episodes of "Friends", will be available upon the streaming service's debut. "Guess you could call this the one where they all got back together -- we are reuniting with David, Jennifer, Courteney, Matt, Lisa, and Matthew for an HBO Max special that will be programmed alongside the entire 'Friends' library," said Kevin Reilly, chief content officer at HBO Max and president of TBS, TNT and truTV, in a statement.

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