Courteney Cox has proven she’s a woman of many talents, rapping a verse for a new song featuring Idris Elba.
The track, titled Courteney Cox, is actor and rapper Connor Price’s homage to the Friends star.
It all got a bit star-studded when the Luther actor got involved, rapping his own verse, before sending it over to Courteney, who also recorded her own lyrics.
In the newly released video, Connor and Idris were seen chatting to Courteney, with the actress grilling the musician over his choice of lyrics about her, which include: ‘Cougar flirting with me call her Courteney Cox.’
‘You wrote a song called Courteney Cox,’ she said. ‘Is that really about me? So I am the cougar, the one who comes in and starts to flirt with you. Am I flirting with you?’
She also appeared unaware of who Idris is, asking him: ‘I’m sorry, who are you?’
Idris (L) and Courteney joined forces with Connor Price (Picture: PA)
As if she hadn’t thrown enough shade, she went on to declare that ‘rapping isn’t hard’, delivering her own iconic verse.
Clearly stunned, Idris told Connor: ‘You just got buried by Courteney Cox on your own song.’
The track came to be when Idris, 48, contracted coronavirus last year, and posted a rap online during his isolation, leaving the third verse open.
Courteney is best known for her role in Friends (Picture: Getty Images for Turner )
Connor, 26, responded with his freestyle, and clearly impressed the actor, who responded with a private message and passed the track on to Courteney, 56, to add her lyrics.
It’s not the first time the Monica Geller actress has shown off her musical skills, using lockdown as an excuse to belt out some songs with her daughter Coco.
Taking to Instagram last year, Courteney posted a video of herself playing Demi Lovato’s hit Anyone on the piano, while Coco sang along.
‘When you have a teenager you barely get to see them,’ Courteney wrote.
‘So much negotiating. Coco traded me one song if I let her go to a party. I took it.’
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