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These ‘Friends’ stars reunited to encourage fans to vote

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow shared messages to social media in support of the I Am a Voter campaign

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“Friends” stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reunited to encourage their fans to vote in the upcoming election as part of the I Am a Voter campaign.

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While fans wait for that “Friends” reunion to finally happen, a mini-reunion took place between stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow as part of the I Am a Voter campaign, according to People magazine.

Cox shared a short video on Instagram on Sunday with the caption “Friends don’t let friends skip elections,” as part of the nonpartisan campaign to encourage people to register to vote, according to Fox News.

Kudrow shared a photograph of the three women together on Instagram that appeared to be taken the same day as the video. Aniston, on the other hand, shared a photo on her Instagram Story of her character Rachel Green gasping in surprise, with the words “When you realize there are only 100 days until Election Day,” according to People.

The “Friends” stars are not the only celebrities who have promoted the I Am a Voter campaign, People reported. Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow shared a video message together to encourage their followers to vote, as did Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack of “Will and Grace.”

The cast of “Friends” was supposed to reunite earlier this year for a special on HBO Max, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to HuffPost.

Star David Schwimmer told Entertainment Tonight earlier this month that the cast wants to be able to film the reunion special live and with a live audience, and that they are still unsure when they will be able to do so.

“I can tell you that we are hoping to shoot [the reunion] in August, in mid-August, but honestly, we will do it when it’s safe,” Schwimmer told ET.