'Friends' cast dine out after 20th anniversary

Story highlights

  • "Friends" stars were spotted out together
  • The show recently celebrated its 20th anniversary
  • Fans still want to see the whole gang reunite
It's a "Friends" reunion. Again.
Real-life girlfriends Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow were spotted enjoying a "laughter-filled" dinner in West Hollywood Tuesday, according to US Weekly.
The former "Friends" stars ate out in the Sunset Tower Bar's retro-chic fireside dining room inspired by early Hollywood, which used to be the apartment of gangster Bugsy Siegel, and now serves Californian cuisine.
Kudro, 51, Cox, 50, and Aniston, 45, starred on NBC's hit sitcom from 1994 to 2004. Their low-key reunion took place just three days after the show's 20th anniversary, which garnered thousands of online tributes from loyal "Friends" fans.
On Monday Kudrow tweeted, "20 years ago..."
In addition to capturing millions of viewers, "Friends" earned a Golden Globe and six Emmy awards, and launched the widespread '90s haircut "The Rachel."
Cox appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday, revealing that she's still bitter about Jennifer Aniston's haircut stealing her thunder.
"We had the same hairdresser," she said, laughing about the famous creator of 'The Rachel' Chris McMillan. "I don't understand. I got nothing. I kept changing mine, like, 'If you don't like it I'll just keep doing it,' and they never stuck!"
The trio also reunited on the small screen on the August 27 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where they performed a skit in a recreation of Monica's apartment.