It was a not-so-friendly filter.
Courteney Cox, 57, tried to make use of the viral “Buddies” Instagram filter over the weekend — however issues didn’t fairly go as deliberate.
Cox began out with the face of David Schwimmer, 55, who performed Ross Gellar, however she is unable to see the illusion.
“Actually? I don’t look something like Schwimmer,” Cox stated, trying to imitate Schwimmer’s nerdy voice.
Subsequent up on the rotation was lovable lunk Joey Tribbiani who was portrayed by Matt LeBlanc, 54.
“Joey. Hello! How you doin’?” Cox stated, copying Joey’s trademark greeting to ladies. “Oh, seems to be good with an earring. Or two.”
After that, the video rolled farther downhill.
The third face completely stumped the actress, making her query the authenticity of the filter.
“Who’s that? Is that Monica? Unsure. Rachel? I don’t know,” she stated. “This is without doubt one of the worst apps I’ve ever seen, however OK.”
Cox was capable of establish her personal face comparatively simple; nevertheless, she significantly doubted her confidence as soon as she observed the eyebrows on the app.
“Is that me? Okay, I feel my eyebrows are slightly totally different … Rachel? I don’t purchase it,” she proclaimed.
The film and tv star has been candid about having facial work achieved prior to now and about how, now that she is nearing a milestone birthday, she is completed getting fillers.
“I really feel horrible about myself,” the actress joked, her filter.