“Friends: The Reunion” can finally be seen in its entirety by audiences all over the world — unless you’re in China, where parts of the highly anticipated show are sitting on the cutting-room floor.

Censors at the three streaming services that acquired rights to the HBO/HBO Max show have apparently taken the knife to appearances by Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and BTS, according to multiple reports Thursday night. Also axed: LGBTQ references, including cameo appearances by LGBTQ “Friends” fans.

Tencent Video, iQiyi and Alibaba’s Youku all made different trims, according to the Hollywood Reporter. BBC News said the streamers whacked anywhere from four to six minutes from the one hour, 44-minute show. That included some prudish cuts — don’t look at Joey in a bathrobe with Ross’ picture stuck on his groin! — and politically related trims made to appease the Chinese Communist Party.

Lady Gaga met with Tibet’s Dalai Lama for 19 minutes in June 26, shortly before breaking her engagement to “Chicago Fire” actor Taylor Kinney. That — the meeting, not the breakup — was enough to get her and her entire catalog banned from mainland China, which asserts authority over the Himalayan region. The 14th Dalai Lama, who has been living in exile in India since 1959, is considered a separatist by communist authorities.