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Watch: Charlie Puth Pays Emotional Tribute To Matthew Perry By Singing 'Friends' Theme Song

American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth paid a heart-warming tribute to late actor Matthew Perry during his concert in Melbourne, Australia. He sang 'Friends' theme song and 'See You Again' track.

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Matthew Perry's sudden demise sent shockwaves across the country. From fans to his peers, everyone mourned the demise of Perry. Matthew became a popular face after playing the role of Chandler Bing in the sitcom 'Friends'.

American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth paid a heart-warming tribute to Matthew Perry during his concert in Melbourne, Australia. He played a piano version of 'Friends' theme song 'I'll be there for You' in his concert on Sunday. Before singing, Puth said, "I want to dedicate this song to another song, and if it makes you think of a person, that's who it's dedicated to. Does this mean anything to you?"

Social media is flooded with Charlie's videos from the concert where he sang the 'Friends' theme song and also 'See You Again' track.

Matthew was found dead on Saturday in a hot tub at his residence in Los Angeles. He was 54. His family released a statement and they spoke to People where they said, "We are heartbroken by the tragic loss of our beloved son and brother. Matthew brought so much joy to the world, both as an actor and a friend. You all meant so much to him and we appreciate the tremendous outpouring of love."

The cause of Matthew Perry's death is still unknown. He apparently died of accidental drowning as he was found unresponsive in a hot tub.

As per ‘Mirror.co.uk’, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner's Office is deferring the cause of death in the initial autopsy, pending toxicology results and further investigation and it could possibly take weeks to complete.

Apart from 'Friends', Matthew also starred in other television series such as 'Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip', 'Go On' and 'The Odd Couple' and 'The West Wing' among others.

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