Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow Joins Courtney Cox in her Walk of Fame Ceremony

The friends gots emotional and shared heartwarming anecdotes...watch the joint speech here...

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Courteney Cox's friends are really there for her! The 58 year old actress was joined by her reel life and real life friends Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow on Monday as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Cox gave an interview to PEOPLE right after she got the honor, she said, "They're such wonderful friends of mine and they're family to me, so it felt really comfortable… they're my sisters."

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During her acceptance speech she thanks her friends Kusrow and Aniston for being there with her and also thanked her fans for showing immense support for all these years. "I love you all so much and it's so nice that you came out and showed up for me in public the way you do so often in private," she shared. She also seemed a bit nervous and thanks her friends for being her support system she said, "Speaking in public terrifies me. It’s why a lot of times I don’t present things and why I am now holding onto Lisa and Jennifer."

They also gave a joint speech in which Aniston said, "We're very honored to be here today to speak on your behalf as your co-workers, your friends, and your family, your sisters, And that's happened since we've known you for a very long time."

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Kudrow added, "It's been that way since we met almost 30 years ago, No, not 30 years ago. That's a typo." She went onto say, Courteney, we just want to say that we’re deeply, deeply proud to know you. You are the definition of a truly beautiful, talented and, what’s most important, a truly good and decent human being. Thank you for enriching our lives personally."

"To be friends with Courteney is to be family with Courteney," Aniston shared. "She is responsible for all of that. From the beginning of when we met her, she was immediately inclusive, warm, loving, interested in everything about you."


She went onto recall how in the early days of shooting she would encourage everyone to take care of one another, ""We do have to take care — and she instilled into all of us, into our DNA, to support each other and to love one another," Aniston added to what Kudrow said.

Kudrow also noted that, it was Cox who made sure that Friends "to become one of the closest, most loving and supportive casts in, I'll say, the history of television."