"I have overwhelming gratitude towards [Gary Lightbody] for sharing his time to perform at Chords 2 Cure," the proud mom captioned her Instagram video. "I just love watching Coco and Gary sing together."
On Monday, evening the music-driven, non-profit organization put on its fifth annual concert to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer research. Leslie Mann, Judd Apatow, Helen Hunt, Danny Trejo, Camryn Manheim and son Milo Manheim hosted the event, while American Authors' lead vocalist Zac Barnett and OneRepublic's guitarist Drew Brown performed.
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Courteney, who shares Coco with ex-husband David Arquette, has been on an Instagram-posting spree since she first joined the social media platform earlier this year. The actress told Ellen DeGeneres during a January appearance on her show that she felt it was time she join the 'Gram -- not knowing what the comedian had up her sleeve.
"I'm gonna help you because I have 65 million followers. I know how to do this," Ellen told her guest at the time. "We're gonna do something that's gonna be creative. Look what I got -- I got a set over here for us."
As Ellen guided Courteney to the other side of the stage, a recreated set of Central Perk -- the fictitious coffeehouse made famous on "Friends" -- appeared. Courteney was thrilled, especially because Ellen managed to get the actual couch! The two cozied up next to each other and pretend-drank from their giant coffee mugs as someone from Ellen's team took their photo.
"I wish Lisa Kudrow was here because that would be fun," Ellen said. Moments later, "Phoebe" appeared and made her way to the set while the "Friends" theme song blared and the audience erupted in cheers. (Some people cried, and we don't blame them.)
"This is a shock!" Courteney said, hugging her former co-star. "This is my first Instagram post? Oh, my God -- it's downhill after this!"
Courteney thanked Lisa for the surprise, to which she replied, "I wanted to be there for you."