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We've been asking for it for years, but now there's actual video proof that the Friends reunion has taken place and will soon be available for us to feast our eyes on.

In a promo released by NBC for the upcoming All-Star Tribute to James Burrows we get a glimpse of (almost) the entire cast of Friends reunited together for the first time since the series ended back in 2004. Check out the video below:

Umm, who else really, really wants to know if their was ever such a contract?! It can't just be me!

Unfortunately though, you may have noticed that Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) was notably absent. Perry sadly couldn't join his former co-stars on the couch due to starring in the play The End of Longing in London. However, the star will still appear on the show as he introduces the five other Friends from a studio in England.

But despite our glimpse of the cast of Friends being all too brief, there was one major question that I was left with: is David Schwimmer actually immortal? I mean look at the man, can you even believe it's been 10 years since he played Ross Gellar?

Maybe it's all down to Unagi?

'The All-Star Tribute to James Burrows' will air on Sunday, February 21 on NBC.

Will you be tuning in?

Source: Just Jared


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