Rachel Green Jennifer Aniston Gives A Thumbs Up To FRIENDS Parody Song That Jokes About Current Lockdown Situation

As creativity is at its best during the lockdown period due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, Jennifer Aniston who played Rachel Green in FRIENDS recently liked a parody of the theme song of the sitcom citing the current situation.

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Rachel Green Jennifer Aniston Gives A Thumbs Up To FRIENDS Parody Song That Jokes About Current Lockdown Situation
"No one told you life was gonna to be this way." Indeed, no one prepared us for this life, locked inside our homes, clueless as to what future holds for us. Thanks to the outbreak of Coronavirus, we all are under quarantine and have no clue as to when this nightmare will end. However, the silver lining to this is that the creative side of all is flourishing. Recently, a musician created a parody of the theme song of FRIENDS and it even received a thumbs up from Rachel Green aka Jennifer Aniston.

This new version of the FRIENDS song made by a man called JC Stewart has us laughing hard as it is so relatable. In the video, we see him doing mundane things like lying on the sofa, opening up the fridge and binge-watching content. Now, that's our life explained in short. Replacing the lines of the theme song, he sings 'I'll be here all day, looking into the fridge'. While it went viral on social media, it was noticed by Jennifer Aniston and she shared it on her Instagram stories. Jennifer aka Rachel even gave a thumbs up the parody song.

Only if our lives could go back to normal and be happy as FRIENDS again! Talking about Jennifer and FRIENDS, it was recently that a picture of the lady kissing Joey Tribbiani aka Matt LeBlanc had gone viral on social media. The image grabbed many eyeballs and sparked rumours of something brewing between the two.
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