It's more than two decades since the American TV sitcom launched, but now ASDA have launched a Friends themed funky trainer.
“Living Single” star Erika Alexander has joined the chorus of people calling out “Friends” star David Schwimmer for his suggestion that a “Friends” reboot should feature an “all-black” or “all-Asian” cast.“r u seriously telling me you’ve never heard of LivingSingle? We invented the template! Yr welcome bro,” Alexander wrote in a tweet on Wednesday.Her comments came after Schwimmer acknowledged in an interview with The Guardian that “Friends” wasn’t the most progressive show on race when it aired on NBC nearly three decades ago, and that its all-white cast looks even starker in a modern-day context. The actor suggested in the interview that a potential reboot of the show center on a non-white cast.Also Read: 'Friends': Where to Watch Sitcom Now That It's No Longer on NetflixThe problem, as Alexander and many others have pointed out, is that “Living Single” premiered a year before “Friends” and featured an all-black cast. The comedy, which ran from 1993 to 1998 on Fox, starred Queen Latifah, Kim Coles, Erika Alexander, T.C. Carson, John Henton and Kim Fields and was one of the network’s most popular comedies.Notably, the series premiered a year before “Friends” did and was produced by the same studio, Warner Bros. Television. In a 2018 interview, Alexander said “Friends” was actually one of the working titles for “Living Single.”“Obviously, they chose one and the other went to another show,” she said.Hey @DavidSchwimmer @FriendsTV – r u seriously telling me you’ve never heard of LivingSingle? We invented the template! Yr welcome bro. 😉 David Schwimmer 2 The Guardian: “Maybe there should be an all-black Friends or an all-Asian Friends” https://t.co/r8W1ZHBwoy— Erika Alexander (@EAlexTheGreat) January 28, 2020Read original story ‘Living Single’ Star Erika Alexander Calls Out David Schwimmer for ‘All-Black’ ‘Friends’ Reboot Suggestion At TheWrap
Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner records state Kirsch’s manner of death was ruled a suicide.
A Reddit user revealed how her friends tricked her into eating regular chicken nuggets after she got drunk at a party.
Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc all got together for a mini Friends reunion over the weekend.
"You chose to have a wedding, you decided on the budget and that should have nothing to do with the bridesmaids"
Fans of Friends in the UK can breathe a sigh of relief. Ross, Rachel, Joey, Monica, Chandler and Phoebe aren't going anywhere.
The group's outing comes weeks after Aniston teased they'd be open to reuniting on-screen.
It’s been almost 15 years since ‘Friends’ ended, but it seems Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox‘s friendship is as solid as it was while filming together.Courteney, 54, supported Jennifer, 49, at the premiere of her new film ‘Dumplin’ in LA last night, which the latter stars in alongside Dolly Parton.Jennifer wore one of her signature little black dresses – a sequinned, mini number – and kept her hair loose. Courteney, also in an all-black look, wore trousers with a longline jacket and heels.It’s by no means the only time the pair’s cemented their status as a red carpet power couple. Over the past 30-odd years, the actresses have accompanied one another to numerous events, from film premieres to award shows and fashion soirées.Scroll to see Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox’s red carpet history in photos.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:‘I’m not heartbroken’: Jennifer Aniston speaks her truth in new interviewJennifer Aniston talks body-shaming and being the free the nipple queenCourteney Cox is ditching the fillers and ageing naturally
The 'Friends' star's rep revealed last month that he was seeking 'privacy as he heals.'