WATCH: The Friends cast do James Corden's Carpool Karaoke - with a twist 2 months ago

WATCH: The Friends cast do James Corden's Carpool Karaoke - with a twist

Yes, we're still on the Friends buzz.

Just when we thought the Friends reunion was blowing over and we'd seen all that we could from it, the six of them head on James Corden's much loved Carpool Karaoke.

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But in this version, there was a slight twist. We're used to seeing James driving around LA in his fancy car picking up celebrities, but in this, he was making is way around the Warner Brothers set in a golf cart.

As he's filming the intro, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow flag him down for a lift. Picking up where he left off, he's interrupted again by Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc. Third time's not so lucky either because that's when David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry need a ride.

 

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And naturally, the first song they all sing along to in the cart is The Rembrandts' I'll be There For You, and by the end, Courtney admits that she always wanted to be on this segment.

Heading for a quick coffee break, James announces that he knows the best spot and, yes you guessed it, they all head to Central Perk.

Not before one little mishap of course, as they all unload from the golf cart, James forgot to put it in park and the cart began going backwards.

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While they get the shock of their lives, Jennifer starts cursing at James which only makes the whole thing so much funnier to watch, with them all convinced they could've died.

But James is definitely living all our dreams as he shows us around the set, reenacting so many scenes that we know and love.

Matt begins chatting about the memories the six of them made on that set, and tells James that the five people sitting there "meant the world" to him.

Jennifer and Lisa break out in tears and reach for the tissues, and to make them laugh instead, Matt quickly says: "Not Schwimmer so much."

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