Friends Fans Left Confused And Excited By Matthew Perry's Tweet
For some fans that's almost too long to bear, with the hardcore among them starting petitions for its return.
And now a mysterious tweet from one of the show's stars Matthew Perry, who played Chandler Bing in the hit series, has sent them into overdrive.
The actor promised an interesting announcement. He wrote: "Big news coming... "
And that's it. Could he be anymore cryptic?
Well, his followers have been urging him to give them something more to go on.
Asking for some information, one user pleaded: "Please say it's a Friends Reunion!?!"
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A second person said: "Reunion??? Its 2020 and everyone including Emma has woken up from their nap!!!"
A third joked: "Big news or BiNg news?"
Now, while most followed the Friends theme, others had different ideas as to what the 50-year-old could be talking about.
One fan asked: "You are doing a Bollywood movie?"
I mean, that is something I would definitely watch, but somehow I don't believe it's the direction he's looking to take. I could be wrong.
Maybe it's to do with the new stage show that has been announced. Producers have transformed the 10 seasons of the show into a show called Friends! The Musical Parody, taking all the best bits from the series and chucking in a few musical numbers.
Could we BE any more excited? Probably, but I'd be up for a 'We Were On A Break' number.
Tickets go on sale this week and the show will be hitting Brisbane on 7 and 8 August, Melbourne on 28 and 29 August, Parramatta on 11 and 12 September, Adelaide on 25 and 26 September and finally in Perth for 3 October.
I guess we'll have to wait and see to find out what Matt is talking about.
Another of the show's stars, Jennifer Aniston, who played the iconic Rachel on the show, recently gave fans a different kind of surprise when she scared the c**p out of a bunch of them.
The 50-year-old was a guest host on The Ellen Degeneres Show when she decided to check out her old stomping ground.
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