Hollywood, CA – Even though Friends has been off the air for over a decade, the show lives on. When the sitcom first hit NBC in September of 1994, the cast were nobodies. Matthew LeBlanc barely had enough money to feed himself and Jennifer Anniston had yet to start her role as one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in the world. Over two decades later, the cast of the show have been seen on Broadway stages, as leading men and women in all genres of films, and have been in almost as many tabloids as the Kardashians.
Earlier tonight, NBC aired Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows. Burrows is the show-runner behind sitcoms like Frasier, Will and Grace, and of course, Friends. Somehow, Hollywood has been able to gather most of the casts of Burrow’s shows to celebrate his achievements in television.
Most people were watching the special to watch the cast of Friends reunite and dish out some juicy gossip of what went on behind the scenes. Viewers were also hoping to find out that there would be more than just this reunion for the cast of Friends. They were hoping for another season of the show. Or a movie. Or even just an hour-long episode. What the fanbase got was something even better.
Lisa Kudrow, who placed the quirky and odd Phoebe on the show, announced a concert tour that she will be taking on the road across North America. Kudrow’s character played open mics at Central Perk in the show and penned some hilarious songs such as, “Sticky Shoes,” “Jingle Bitch,” and of course, “Smelly Cat.” Shows have already been scheduled for major cities like Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago, and the rest of the dates will be on lisakudrow.com by the end of the month.