David Schwimmer mocked Ed Sheeran’s dance moves on the BBC’s The One Show.
The Friends star, 54, got a glimpse of the singer’s epic take on Ross and Monica Gellar’s famous dance routine during an appearance on The One Show – but the actor wasn’t very impressed.
Earlier this week, hitmaker A-Team Ed made headlines when he joined Friends star Courteney Cox for a now-viral video where they recreated the iconic moves of the Gellar family.
Due to the fact that he’s been so busy since the Friends Reunion aired last Thursday, David admitted that he had yet to watch Ed and Courteney’s render.
But when he finally took a look at their routine, David looked rather disappointed with Ed’s dancing skills.
“He’s an incredible singer,” enthused the actor.
“But I really can’t say the same for his dancing. Terrible.”
Courteney posted the video to him Instagram count next to the caption: “Just a little routine dancing with a friend…”
The pair were in perfect sync as they broke the routine – but ended on a bum note as they collapsed to the floor.
But celebrities and fans quickly fell apart because of the video.
The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco commented, “It’s EPIC,” while Schitt’s Creek star Sarah Plevy wrote, “I’ve never been so jealous of anything in my life.”
American singer Peet Montzingo replied to the star: “THE COLLABORATION WE HAVE NEVER KNOWN WE NEED.”
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Shape of You frontman Ed, 30, also shared the video on his account, telling his followers, “We had our own reunion this weekend. @courteneycoxofficial #routine #I know # friends4eva # obviously better queross ”
His post had also been appreciated by millions of his beloved fans.
The epic dance routine was first introduced to the public in season six of Friends when Monica and Ross resurrected their high school dance routine for the chance to feature on Dick Clark’s New Years Eve on the eve. from the year 2000.
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