Courteney Cox stepped out for some midday retail therapy with a friend on Melrose Place in West Hollywood on Wednesday afternoon.
For the 56-year-old Scream star’s shopping trip, she rocked a crisp, blue button-up shirt, dark-wash jeans and a black face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
She accessorized her casual ensemble with a few chic bracelets, gold earrings, a pair of fuzzy grey slippers and her dark brown hair in loose waves.
Casual chic: Courteney Cox stepped out for some midday retail therapy with a friend on Melrose Place in West Hollywood on Wednesday afternoon
Additionally, she wore a black leather belt, which highlighted her tiny waist.
During her outing, the actress oozed confidence as she browsed through a number of stores and kept a tight grip on her iPhone.
This week, she sent Friends fans into a frenzy after posting a funny Instagram video, that encouraged followers to take part in a challenge, which showed how they are a ‘Monica’ without actually saying anything.
Fun day: For the 56-year-old Friends star’s shopping trip, she rocked a crisp, blue button-up shirt, dark-wash jeans and a black face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
The post comes after the finished taping of the upcoming reunion special of the hit NBC television series, which will be released as Friends: The Reunion.
At the beginning of the video, the actress prompted her fans to ‘tell me you’re a Monica without telling me you’re a Monica,’ before exclaiming, ‘I’ll go first.’
She went on to show off an impressively organized cutlery cabinet, along with a cupboard full of labeled spice jars and a stocked pantry, before turning to the camera and humorously remarking, ‘I know.’
Making Monica proud! On Thursday, Cox shows off her organizational skills in an funny Instagram video… ahead of Friends reunion special
Nice and neat: The Scream star showed several parts of her kitchen that had been previously organized as a throwback to her former character’s tendencies
In the video, Cox was seen wearing a form-fitting black t-shirt and a single necklace.
The Cougar Town actress’ gorgeous dark brown tresses cascaded onto her shoulders and collarbones while filming the short clip.
Cox portrayed Geller for all ten seasons of the much-beloved sitcom, which ran from 1994 until 2004.
Back in the day: Cox portrayed Geller for the entirety of the show’s ten-season run, which came to an end in 2004; she is seen alongside Matthew Perry in a 2001 episode of the series
The actress was originally asked to audition for the role of Rachel Green, which was ultimately given to Jennifer Aniston during the show’s casting process.
The Golden Globe nominee went on to enjoy notable success while appearing in the series, and Friends’ principal cast went on to become some of the highest-paid actors in television history for their performances.
In 1995, Cox and her costars were the collective recipients of the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
What could have been: The actress originally auditioned for the role of Rachel Green, which was ultimately given to Jennifer Aniston
The actress’ video comes just after the taping of the upcoming special episode of the sitcom, which will be released under the title Friends: The Reunion.
The upcoming entry in the series is also known as The One Where They Got Back Together in keeping with the show’s naming policy.
Development on the upcoming special was first announced by The Hollywood Reporter in November of 2019, with an official confirmation from WarnerMedia coming the following February.
Future arrival: Cox’s video comes just after the taping of the upcoming Friends reunion special, which will also be released under the name The One Where They Got Back Together
In addition to the show’s original cast, its co-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane, as well as its longtime director Kevin S. Bright were all set to executive produce the upcoming episode.
Friends: The Reunion was filmed at Stage 24 at Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, where the series had previously been shot ever since its second season.
The special was initially supposed to begin principal photography in March of 2020, although it was later delayed to August as a response to the onset of the global pandemic.
Taking their time: Although Friends: The Reunion was supposed to be taped in March of last year, shooting was postponed due to the onset of the global pandemic
After a second postponement, the episode was finally filmed earlier this month.
David Schwimmer, who portrayed Ross Geller in the sitcom, previously noted that the cast would not be reprising their characters in the forthcoming special, although he hinted at something that was being kept under wraps.
Friends: The Reunion is currently set to premiere on the HBO Max streaming service at an unspecified date in the future.
Coming soon: Friends: The Reunion is set to arrive on the HBO Max streaming service at an unspecified date in the future