Thu, June 21, 2012
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LeBlanc gets 'Friends' support at premiere

2012-06-21 02:46:46 GMT2012-06-21 10:46:46(Beijing Time)

Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow pose together at the premiere reception season two of Episodes in West Hollywood last night

LeBlanc opted for a suit and a light purple shirt while Kudrow wore black skinny jeans and a matching blazer

The blonde actress stood out wearing a bright shirt and peep toe heels

The actor posed with Kathleen Rose Perkins who also stars in Episodes

They may have way parted ways when their hit sitcom came to an end eight years ago but Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc are still very much good Friends.

The famous pair were both in attendance at the premiere of LeBlanc's latest project, Episodes, in West Hollywood last night and it looked like they'd never been apart.

Kudrow, 48, had clearly made the effort to come along to support her former co-star, who has won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance in the show.

The 44-year-old actor looked very pleased to have her there and beamed as the pair posed up together.

He looked rather smart in a black trousers, a matching checked blazer and a light purple shirt as he posed on the red carpet.

Kudrow also opted for black wearing skinny jeans, a blazer and a bright blue shirt with peep toe heels.

The blonde star then spent time having her photo taken on her phone while LeBlanc cosied up to his Episodes co-star Kathleen Perkins who plays Carol Rance in the sitcom.

However, despite both achieving success since Friends finished in 2004, Kudrow and LeBlanc will always be remembered - and best loved - for their portrayals of Joey Tribbiani and Phoebe Buffay.

Both LeBlanc and Kudrow have won awards for their work on Friends which follows them and four other main characters who live in New York City.



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