Courteney Cox ‘in tears’ while rewatching Ross and Rachel’s first kiss

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One of TV’s most iconic kisses hasn’t lost its magic.

The cast of “Friends” is in full nostalgia mode ahead of their big reunion special, which airs Thursday at midnight PST/3 a.m. EST. on HBO Max.

Stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry got together on Good Morning America this week to relive the good old days — and that famous first smooch between Ross and Rachel.

Aniston and Cox revealed on the talkshow appearance that they have been rewatching episodes of their show ahead of the revival.

“We laughed and cried,” Cox, 56, said.

Cox was specifically emotional about one pivotal scene, “Their first kiss, Ross and Rachel, that was — ugh! It was so powerful.”

“Yeah, she was in tears,” Aniston, 52, added.

Kudrow, 57, admitted that she hasn’t begun rewatching the show yet but plans to binge-watch the sitcom.

It’s a tough choice for some fans to choose their favorite out of the 236 episodes, but the stars agreed on some of their most beloved episodes.

Almost unanimously, the cast agreed that “The One Where Everybody Finds Out” was a favorite.

Kudrow explained, “I did love the one where everybody finds out because I had very fun things to do.”

Cox also fondly remembered her and Schwimmer’s comical sibling dance routine in the New Year’s Eve episode as Kudrow agreed, “The routine was so funny!”

Schwimmer, 54, also added, “I really liked The One with the Blackout.”

Although the cast was pretty tight-lipped about revealing any secrets about “The Reunion”, Le Blanc, 53, shared, “I hope the fans walk away with a sense of what it was like for us to have made the show.”

Perry, 51, who was called out by fans for his slurred speech in a trailer for the show admitted, “Reuniting this cast again — I knew it was gonna be a really seriously emotional experience. And it has been.”

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