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Courteney Cox stunned fans on Monday’s at-home edition of The Late Late Show, according to E! Online.

13-year-old Naftali of Borehamwood, England was scheduled to have his bar mitzvah, a ‘Friends’ themed extravaganza.

The tables were to be named after characters, the party would even be adorned with a Joey and Chandler-inspired foosball table and a red sofa for photo opportunities.

Even the invitations donned the signature F.R.I.E.N.D.S. font.

Unfortunately, Naftali had to cancel the party due to social distancing and the global coronavirus pandemic.

Instead, he hosted a virtual bar mitzvah, where the footage quickly went viral.

“I had no idea,” Naftali said when asked whether he expected to have millions of people watch his bar mitzvah. “I thought it was going to be a small thing, my family and just a few friends, but it turned out to be so big.”

After hearing the story, Cox decided to pop in virtually and say hello.



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Not only did she grace the occasion with her presence, but she also gifted him a foosball table and performed one of her character’s classic “I know” lines.

She appeared to be impressed on how dedicated Naftali was to the show, noting that he had seen the entire series seven times.

James Corden pointed out Friends ended years before Naftali was born and asked him why he loved it so much.

“You can relate to all the characters,” he replied, “and it’s really funny.”

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Unfortunately, Naftali had to cancel the party due to social distancing and the global coronavirus pandemic. He then had a virtual bar mitzvah with his family members and rabbi. In fact, the rabbi, Rabbi Alex Chapper, claimed it was the “first-ever online bar mitzvah.” He even referenced the sitcom during the ceremony.