Courteney Cox recreates legendary Friends scene by dancing with raw turkey on her head

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Courteney Cox has recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Friends – the nineties sitcom which propelled her to global stardom.

The 56-year-old actress played clean-freak Monica Geller for more than a decade.

Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the brunette bombshell delighted fans with her recreation of one of the most memorable Thanksgiving episodes from the show.

In the iconic episode, which was called The One With All The Thanksgivings, Courteney’s character Monica placed a raw turkey on her head in a bid to cheer up her downcast boyfriend Chandler Bing.

Monica busted some savage dance moves with the bird on her head and the side-splitting scene is remembered as one of the most loved moments from the show’s 10-year span.

The Friends star recreated the iconic scene on Instagram
(Image: Instagram)

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It’s made all the more special due to the fact that Chandler, played by Matthew Perry, told Monica that he loved her for the first time after her epic dance.

Fast-forward to 2020, and Courteney treated her adoring admirers to a Thanksgiving dance sequel on Instagram.

"Happy Thanksgiving everyone, hope you’re having a great day," she gushed in the hilarious video.

The actress stuck a raw turkey on her head
(Image: Instagram)

In the 1998 episode, Monica stuck the turkey on her head to cheer up her boyfriend Chandler
(Image: NBC)

"I'm feeling so thankful…and also if I get one more god damn gif with that turkey on my head dancing like a f*****g fool…I’m gonna snap.

"So anyway, since I’m the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go, hope it makes you happy."

The epic clip sees the actress shake her stuff while the turkey sits on her head for the second time.

It's made all the more special because the theme song for the sitcom – The Rembrandts' I’ll Be There For You – plays in the background while she busts her impressive moves.

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