AceShowbiz - Courteney Cox has brighten up Jennifer Aniston's day. On Sunday night, April 5, the actress famously known for her portrayal of Monica Geller on "Friends" shared two of her TikTok videos capturing her attempt in doing the viral "Savage" dance challenge, and got her former co-star dying of laughter.
The 55-year-old actress posted the videos of her dancing to Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage" on her Instagram page. The first clip saw her using a baby-filter, while the second one displayed her transforming completely into a grown-up male with beard and masculine jaw line.
"Dealers choice," the former "Sugar Town" actress simply captioned her post that has since garnered amusing reactions from her famous friends. One in particular was Aniston who wrote in the comment section, "I. Am. DYING." The 51-year-old actress added multiple face-with-tears-of-joy emojis and a pair of clapping hands in her response.
Veteran actress Goldie Hawn apparently shared similar sentiment as she commented, "Hilarious!!!!!!!" Meanwhile, "Grey's Anatomy" actress Jessica Capshaw exclaimed, "What. Is. Happening. And. Why. Is. It. So. Amazing?!??" Actor David Spade, on the other hand, asked, "Is the grey shirt Rob Lowe or Jared Leto. Either way great dancing," whereas volleyball player Gabrielle Reece said, "I want to babysit the first and weirdly date the second."
This was not the first time Cox entertained fans and celebrities alike with her TikTok video. In mid-March, the "Scream" actress showed off her dancing skills featuring Lil Jackie's "Slidegang!" sounds set. She captioned the post, "Could this be why Coco and Johnny are socially distancing themselves from me? #bored #quarentine."
Cox was among many who has been practicing self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel's YouTube series "Quarantine Minilogue", the ex-wife of David Arquette talked about using her free time to binge-watch "Friends". Confessing that she does not "remember even being on the show", she gushed, "I just started season one. It's really good!"