Courteney Cox’s daughter belts out faultless renidition of Demi Lovato ballad

Courteney Cox ’s teenage daughter has proved her mum is not the only talented member of the family.

In a video posted on her proud mum’s Instagram , Coco Arquette can be seen belting out Demi Lovato’s song Anyone, to a room full of stunned supporters.

Actress Courteney, 55, also revealed another of her own talents as she perched herself at a piano to provide the accompaniment for Coco’s incredible voice.

The Friends star, sporting a pair of stylish glasses and read music from a book as she expertly played the ballad.

While Coco, 15, stood beside her at the microphone while singing the emotional song and reading the lyrics from her phone.

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The video has been viewed more than four million times since Courteney posted it on Sunday.

Proud Courteney revealed she had to strike a deal with her teenage daughter to convince her into giving the living room performance.

Alongside the clip, she wrote: “When you have a teenager you barely get to see them. So much negotiating. Coco traded me one song if I let her go to a party. I took it,” she wrote alongside the clip.

The post has prompted praise and admiration from scored of Courteney’s famous pals.

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Jennifer Aniston commented: “Awww…just like her god mama taught her," referencing her bond with the teen.

Actress Kate Hudson wrote "Oh honey, her voice,” while Charlize Theron left a series of fire emojis.

The star’s talent reveal comes after the confirmation of the return of the hit sitcom Friends, 16 years after the cast last graced our screens.

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Last month, David Schwimmer (Ross Geller), Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green), Courteney (Monica Geller), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay) and Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) all shared the same post to their Instagram accounts to confirm the news.

They each tweeted the same throwback picture of them all from the 90s, posing in an old car while David clung to the side.

"It's happening," they captioned the post before tagging the rest of the cast.

Sadly, it will not be a new episode but rather an unscripted reunion special that will stream on US streaming service HBO Max from May.

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