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Ben Shephard reveals that he had a cameo role of friends and our minds are blown away


Friends had an amazing list of guest stars who appeared throughout their ten seasons – Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Roberts i Bruce Willis to name just a few.

But what you may not have noticed is that Ben Shephard it is also among the calls of famous faces.

If the Good morning to Britain presenter actually appears in an episode of the hit sitcom in the eighties.

The breakfast TV star confirmed that she appeared in the eighth season of The One Where Rachel Is Late in 2002.

He played a red carpet reporter who was seen when Joey and Chandler arrived at the premiere of Joey’s war movie.

Speaking to Good Morning Britain on Friday, Ben revealed how the cameo came about.

“It simply came to our notice then. I have to interview Marta [Kauffman, the executive producer] on set, ”he explained. “It was brilliant. As we talked, I knew that Joey’s premiere was filming that night.

“Then we did a lot of red carpet premieres, so I said to the crew,‘ Why don’t I try to tilt this interview and get on the set ’?

“I had been chatting with Marta, saying we were really looking forward to seeing her because she’s a red carpet and part of our business.”

Indeed, during her interview with Marta, she asked him and the crew to be on the scene.

“It was an absolute privilege to be there, for all of us actually,” Ben said.

Ben revealed his cameo Friends after the debut of the long-awaited reunion on Thursday.

It was the first time the main cast had met on camera since Friends finished in 2004.

The television special also featured several appearances from its famous guest stars over the years, including Tom Selleck (Richard) and Maggie Wheeler (Janice).

And while Ben’s invitation must be lost in office, so has the meeting director addressed the disappointment after Paul Rudd (Mike) did not appear on the meeting program.

Friends: The meeting is available for replay NOW, while Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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