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WHAT "FRIENDS" ARE FOR


Tom Corson and Team Warner Bros. present Brit siren Anne-Marie with a plaque to commemorate the platinum certification of "Friends," her smash single with Marshmello. "Marshmello really wanted to be here," Corson noted, "but he had to attend a roast." After a respectful beat, a rimshot ensued. Seen looking forward to the remixes of Michael Cohen's plea deal are (l-r) Axel Hyge, Laura Swanson, Mike Sherwood, Dave Anderson, Bobbie Gale, Peter Gray, Anne-Marie, Corson, Jazmin Sherman, Ingrid Erickson, Jesse Wylde, Lori Feldman, Larry Mattera and Mark Flaherty.

This magic moment occurred just before her sold-out headlining gig at L.A.'s storied Roxy; she's currently supporting Ed Sheeran on tour. Anne-Marie will perform "2002," which she co-wrote with Sheeran, on Good Morning America on 9/3.

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