Lisa Kudrow has offered a response to a 'Friends' tribute. It came about thanks to a collab between her co-star Courteney Cox, alongside Ed Sheeran, Elton John and Brandi Carlile.

Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox joined their co-stars Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry in the recent 'Friends' reunion.

Loads of behind-the-scenes trivia came out as a result of the TV special.

Plus there have been loads of tributes paid to the hit 90s-00s sitcom since.

This latest is a throwback to a joke Phoebe Buffay, played by Kudrow, made back in season 3 of the show.

She says that she thinks the most romantic song of all time is "the one that Elton John wrote for that guy on 'Who's The Boss?'"

She then sings: "Hold me close, young Tony Danza."

In tribute, Cox, Sir Elton, Sheeran and Carlile sat down at the piano and belted out "Tony Danza."

Ed Sheeran introduced the song saying: "Lisa Kudrow, this is for you."

Lisa Kudrow has responded via her own Instagram since.

She said: "Ok, Ed Sheeran, Courteney Cox, Brandi Carlile and Elton John, that was the most thrilling thing ever. It was so good.

"Technically it's 'Hold me close, young Tony Danza,' but what you did was great too.

"And including the original song you wrote, Sir Elton, That was really good too."

It's not the first 'Friends' throwback that Courteney Cox and Ed Sheeran have worked together on...