The cast admitted that walking onto the set of Monica's flat after 15 years – they burst into tears.
Much-loved ‘Friends’ star turned ‘Top Gear’ host, Matt Le Blanc, has found his character called into question after he made an “inappropriate” comment about Game Of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke at last night’s Emmys. The 49 year old was chatting to Jason Kennedy on the Emmys’ red carpet last night when he was asked if he was Game Of Thrones fans, with Emilia playing feisty Daenarys Targaryen in the hit HBO show. Matt replied: “Yeah, I saw the first season, and I kind of fell out of touch with it.
The Top Gear reboot has come under almost as much public criticism as the EU referendum and the latest rumour is that former Friends star, Matt Le Blanc, is not a happy bunny. Rex/Shutterstock Amidst all the poor reviews and plummeting ratings, it seemed that fans of the car show actually quite liked the partnership of Matt and co-host Chris Evans.
Well, it seems even Joey Tribbiani’s infamous charm hasn’t been enough to save Top Gear from its ratings slump. The third episode of the rebooted series on Sunday could only manage to pull in 2.4 million viewers, the lowest audience share for the show in a decade. To be fair, it had some tough competition with a Euro 2016 match on BBC One and an extended Coronation Street on ITV, but, still, awks.
With the audience for the second episode of the newly-revamped ‘Top Gear’ having dropped by a third – that’s a sturdy 1.6 million fewer viewers than the debut show – things haven’t kicked off the way new host Chris Evans might have hoped. Viewers and critics have noted that Evans’ 'shouty’ style of presenting has already started to grate, and even ex-host Jeremy Clarkson seemed to be taking a pop, tweeting about his new show: It was perhaps a return barb after Evans, on the first show, told the studio audience “By the way, we don’t talk about catering on this show any more”, a sly reference to Clarkson being sacked for having a fight with a producer over a steak and consequently being sacked.
It hasn’t been much of an easy ride for the stars of the new series of Top Gear. Now, the show’s been accused of using canned laughter during the show – because the presenters, Chris Evans and Matt Le Blanc, simply weren’t funny enough. It’s been claimed that the canned laughter was employed by producers after a series of ‘awkward silences’ from the studio audience, who felt the gags just weren’t funny enough.
Think of our Kate - beautiful, charming, classy, demure. Pantomime horse and chocolatey buttocks don’t immediately spring to mind, do they? Picture, if you will (or don’t, if of a sensitive disposition) Kate about to snuggle down for the night, noticing a chocolate by the side of the bed, and next to her, a pair of sleeping buttocks.
There was a mini-Friends reunion last night and we’re not quite sure how to deal with it, with Matt LeBlanc showcasing his undying support for former co-star Matthew Perry as he made the time to watch his West End play ‘End Of Longing’. Well, he probably owes him with the amount of plays Chandler Bing had to watch Joey Tribbiani in throughout the ten series’ of Friends, eh? The pair had us coming over all nostalgic as Matt shared a photo of their reunion on his Twitter account alongside the caption: “Went to support my pal last night @MatthewPerry in The End of Longing.
New Top Gear presenting duo Chris Evans and Matt Le Blanc looked like pretty good Friends as they filmed scenes for the show in County Kerry, Ireland today. A source told The Sun that Chris blamed Matt for the Cenotaph stunt: “Matt was never Chris’s choice - it was a decision forced upon him to attract the US market. Chris thinks Matt severely damaged the brand.
Eek, it sounds like things nearly went from bad to worse for the new Top Gear cast and crew, with it being claimed that new presenter Matt Le Blanc was left “shaken” after he nearly ran over one of the cameramen. Thankfully another cameraman spotted what was about to happen and began waving and shouting, stopping Matt from driving off and, consequently, hitting the unsuspecting man. A show insider told The Mirror: “In between filming, Matt got into a Porsche they’d been road-testing, turned on the ignition and was about to take it for a drive.
Chris Evans has been discussing his highly anticipated new series of Top Gear, claiming that his version of the show will be ‘more inclusive’ than when original host Jeremy Clarkson was in charge. Speaking about the ‘more inclusive’ new series, Chris told The Mirror: “The film we made up in the north of Britain over the last few days, I counted there are 36 other people, other than Matt and I, in those films on camera, so we’re going to be much more inclusive. Chris and Matt won’t be trying to emulate former hosts Jeremy, James May and Richard Hammond though, telling the BBC that they’re respectful and mindful of the show.
The new presenters of BBC’s Top Gear have given their first interviews ahead of the new series in May. In the interview with Top Gear magazine, the former Friends star ranked the My GT2 RS Porsche at the top of his ‘best cars’ list but he still didn’t think that he would be a match for The Stig on the track. Chris Evans ruled himself and Eddie Jordan out on being the fastest, while Chris Harris thought that Evans could take the trophy – so it really could be anyone’s game!
The Friends reunion is really happening! Matt Le Blanc, who played Joey Tribbiani in the classic sitcom, has all but confirmed on Twitter that, yes, all six cast members from the best show on earth will come together for a two-hour TV special next month. As reported on Wednesday, Matt and co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry will all be part of a televised celebration of TV director James Burrows’ career.
This is NOT a drill—the Friends cast is getting back together on TV more than a decade after the show went off the air. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt Le Blanc are all set to appear together for a two-hour tribute show dedicated to director James Burrows, who helmed numerous episodes of the classic sitcom. NBC, which aired Friends, will pay homage to Burrows as he celebrates shooting his 1,000th TV episode.