Mini 'Friends' Reunion at Emmys Awards 2020

Brenda Watkins
September 23, 2020

In the end, Jen missed out on her award to Zendaya, but with good friends around her, we're sure she didn't mind too much. Eventually, Jennifer made an appearance again seeming to have returned home and now joined by her "roommates" and Friends co-stars Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow, which shocked Jimmy as the girls quipped they've been living together since 1994. Kimmel then asked, "You do?"

Aniston had been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in The Morning Show. I might have audibly gasped when I saw her, partly because I expected host Jimmy Kimmel to be doing all the hosting himself, partly because she was glowing (look at that necklace!). Aniston is already an Emmys victor, having won for her portrayal of Rachel in Friends in 2002.

After helping Jimmy host, she rushed off to her home just in time for hearing the victor for her category in which she was nominated in. Lisa Kudrow, also known for her role as Phoebe Buffay, slid into shot, seemingly oblivious that she was on live TV.

Jason Bateman, then randomly popped up behind the girls. "Yeah we've been roommates since 1994, Jimmy".

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The fans long for a full reunion consisting of Jennifer, Courteney, Lisa, Matt, David and Matthew.

With Kimmel questioning whether the actor also lived in the "Friends" stars' house, Aniston explained that he was staying "just until he goes off to college".

The unscripted episode The One Where They Got Back Together on HBO Max, a FRIENDS reunion got paused cause of the global pandemic.

Viewers watching the Emmys - television's answer to the Oscars - have halved since 2014, as fragmented audiences increasingly shun awards shows.

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