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'Friends' Lego Set Pictures Revealed And You Can Order It Now

'Friends' Lego Set Pictures Revealed And You Can Order It Now

Friends fans, rejoice! Because now you can enjoy time with your favourite characters without even turning on your TV.

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As the 25th anniversary of the popular series approaches, Lego are launching a special set which includes all the key characters and of course that famous orange chair.

Yep, that's right, you'll soon be able to get your hands on mini versions of Phoebe, Ross, Chandler, Monica, Rachel and Joey to play with.

Plus, it doesn't stop at the six characters, as there's even a mini Gunther, too!

Teasing the new collection on Twitter, Lego shared a video mock up of the show's famous opening credits, and wrote: "The one with the Lego bricks. Coming soon".

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Credit: Lego
Credit: Lego

And naturally, fans went wild, gushing about their excitement in the comments.

"Could I BE any more excited!," one person wrote in response.

While another simply shared a hilarious meme of Joey looking shocked.

The Lego set will allow users to make their own TV set, with rigging and lights so they can feel like they're part of the sitcom's creation.


Credit: Lego
Credit: Lego

There's all the pieces to build your own Central Perk, equipped with the group's favourite sofas and the coffee bar that Rachel used to work at.

Also keep an eye out for all the subtle hints to storylines from the series, from Joey's Ichiban lipstick for men to Chandler's laptop.

The set comes in 4cm high, 11cm wide, and 22cm deep, and includes a whopping 1,079 pieces, meaning the building potential is endless.

The set is available to pre order today for Lego VIP customers.

But fear not, while that sounds like a fancy accolade, all you need to do is sign up on the website here and then once you've picked up your VIP card from a store you're good to go.

Alternatively, you can wait until September 1, and then bag the Lego set when it goes on general sale.

It comes in at £65, and can be purchased on the Lego website here.

Featured Image Credit: Lego

Topics: Life News, Friends

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Pretty 52 who loves writing about all things food, fashion, beauty and lifestyle. She also has a particular interest in women's issues.

 

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