Courteney Cox Recreated One of Monica Geller's Most Iconic Moments from 'Friends'

We call this hairdo "the Monica."

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Courteney Cox posted a hilariously relatable Instagram video that simultaneously channeled her famous Friends character Monica Geller. On Wednesday, the actress shared a clip that showed her inside of a Florida condo in a black bikini and matching crochet cover-up as she proclaims, "I love Miami!"

When Cox steps onto the outside terrace, her hair—which was shiny and sleek indoors—instantly transforms into voluminous waves while a voiceover of one of her lines from Friends plays. "It's the humidity," she mouths along to Monica's exclamation about her hair from a season 9 episode when the crew goes to Barbados. The thumbnail picture of her Instagram was a still of Monica trying to contain her hair with a backward baseball cap in the episode.

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"It’s the humidity!" she captioned the post. In the comments section, Friends fanatics were quick to quote the "The One in Barbados Part 1" episode by writing Matthew Perry's line, “That’s not true. I came with Monica, I’m leaving with Weird Al.” Another follower commented, "ARE YOU LEAVING THE SUPREMES?"

This isn't the first time Cox has poked fun at her character on social media. On Thanksgiving last year, the actress celebrated the holiday with a funny video asking fans to stop showing her the gif of her as Monica with the turkey on her head from "The One With All the Thanksgivings" episode.

"Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I hope you're having a great day! I'm feeling so thankful!" she said to the camera, before jokingly yelling at her followers. "And also, if I get one more damn gif with a turkey on my head dancing like a fucking fool, I'm just gonna snap."

Earlier this week, Cox opened up about the death of her co-star and friend, who played her on-screen husband, Chandler Bing. "You know, he’s just so funny. He has genuinely a huge heart, obviously struggled," she said on CBS Sunday Morning. “I’m so thankful I got to work so closely with him for so many years. He visits me a lot, if we believe in that.”

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