Ed Sheeran and Courteney Cox reunite for brilliant tribute to Friends co-star

Pop icon Ed Sheeran and Friends star Courteney Cox have officially sent the Internet into overdrive – again.

Singer-songwriter Ed first teamed up with sitcom star Courteney shortly after the epic Friends Reunion, performing a skit of Monica and Ross’ iconic dance routine which they debuted in The One with the Routine.

The video went viral almost immediately, with many fans begging them to reunite.

And it seems their wishes have been granted, as the duo are at it again, and this time they’ve brought pop icon Elton John and country superstar Brandi Carlile along for the ride.

The foursome’s hilarious skit saw Courteney playing piano, with Ed on guitar, for a rendition of Elton’s song Tiny Dancer.

Ed began the video by telling his captive audience: "Lisa Kudrow, this one’s for you."

The quartet then began to blast Elton John’s iconic hit, but with one cheeky addition – they went with Lisa’s character Phoebe’s gaffe from the episode The One with the Princess Leia Fantasy.

Phoebe recites the lyrics as ‘Tony Danza’ instead of ‘Tiny Dancer’.

After they were finished with the singalong, Courteney couldn’t resist leaning over to give Elton a huge hug.

She captioned the video on Instagram: "One of the greatest moments of my life. This one’s for you @lisakudrow."

Fans were quick to flock to the comments section, as celebrity chef Jamie Oliver posted: "Haha amazing! Go Courteney. No pressure, brilliant xxx."

Actress Arielle Vandenberg also commented: "This might be the greatest moment of my life too, and I wasn’t even there."

Even Friends Reunion star David Beckham commented: "Oh wow, now that’s a line-up!" as singer Natasha Bedingfield added: "Omg the dream team I never knew was possible!"

57-year-old Lisa Kudrow also showered the quartet with praise, as she posted a clip to her own Insta account in which she gushed: "Okay, Ed Sheeran, Courteney Cox, Brandi Carlile and Elton John, that was the most thrilling thing ever. It was so good."

Lisa couldn’t resist following them as she also broke into song, but added: "Technically, it’s ‘hold me close young Tony Danzer’, but what you did was great too! Including the original song you wrote, Sir Elton.

"That was great too."

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Lisa added next to the giggle-filled clip: "[It was] exceptionally good but… well no ‘buts’, but…"

Courteney was quick to respond to Lisa, as she commented: "Ahahaha! You’re right Lisa!!! Next time we’ll make sure to get the 'young' in there" with a row of love heart emojis.

It's hardly the first star-studded Friends duet, as Lisa hilariously performed Phoebe's song Smelly Cat with Lady Gaga during the Friends Reunion special.

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