Matthew Perry fans left in tears by The Graham Norton Shows touching tribute

Fans of the late Friends star Matthew Perry shared emotional tweets at the end of The Graham Norton show on Friday night when a lovely tribute was aired in his memory.

The actor was found dead at his LA home aged 54 on October 28, leaving many fans heartbroken across the world.

A week on from the tragic news, The Graham Norton show paid tribute to Matthew who had been a much loved guest on the show.

In the show’s tribute, they played a funny iconic clip of Matthew telling Graham about a time he once had a long conversation with a man he believed to be The Sixth Sense director M. Night Shyamalan.

Much to his dismay, he went on to discover that it in fact wasn’t him, but instead, a waiter at a restaurant.

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The unearthed moment had viewers, guests and host in Graham in hysterics at the time and fans reacted to the clip again last night.

One Twitter (X) user wrote: “Seeing the tribute to matthew perry on the graham norton show tonight broke me.”

A second commented: “Lovely little tribute clip of Matthew Perry at the end of tonight’s Graham Norton show. I welled up. This one is hitting hard.”

“I’m so glad Graham Norton had that little tribute to Matthew Perry – that was very sweet,” added a third.

“A lovely nod to Matthew Perry at the end of tonight’s show,” a fourth typed.

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A fifth added: “The Matthew Perry tribute at the end of Graham Norton,” alongside a crying emoji.

Matthew was of course best known for playing Chandler Bing in the hit US comedy Friends.

Following the news of his death, Graham paid tribute to the actor live on his Virgin Radio show.

After reading out messages from heartbroken fans, he went on to say: “You know, I suppose it was gonna happen.

“We just didn’t know it was gonna happen this soon.

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“That one of ‘Friends’ would go and that show just will be tinged with sadness, but he will still continue to make people laugh and that’s kind of you know, that’s a lovely thing that he gets to still make people laugh.”

Matthew’s private funeral took place in Los Angeles on Friday with his five main co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow present.

In a joint statement, the Friends cast said: “We are all so utterly devastated by the loss of Matthew. We were more than just cast mates. We are a family.

“There is so much to say, but right now we’re going to take a moment to grieve and process this unfathomable loss.”

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