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Originally posted 07/28/2013 03:00PM
Lisa Kudrow got a little nostalgic with her former Friends costar Matthew Perry when he filled in as guest host on Piers Morgan Tonight Friday.
The pair reminisced about how much they enjoyed working on the iconic sitcom, which ended nine years ago, and Perry, 43, admitted, "If I had a time machine, I would like to go back to 2004 and not have stopped."
Kudrow agreed: "If it were up to us, you know, individually, then yes. I would keep going … We had a lot of fun."
Originally posted 04/30/2013 06:00AM
The cast of Friends isn't reuniting on the small screen, but Courteney Cox and former costar, Lisa Kudrow, held a little reunion of their own on Thursday night.
Making their way to P.S. Arts' LA Modernism Show at the Baker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., the ladies shared a hug when Kudrow – who came with hubby Michel Stern – found Cox in the crowd, an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
The hug seemed "obviously genuine," the source says. "After talking for a few minutes, Lisa got really excited and tapped Courteney on the shoulder and said, 'Look, my sister's over there!' Then they walked over to see her sister, who it appeared Courteney was also very close with."
Originally posted 06/07/2011 01:15PM
Courteney Cox has a secret to tell. All those years when Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow were racking up the Emmy nominations for Friends, and Cox was left out? Yeah, that was a little painful.
"The only time I was like, 'Whoa!' was [in 2001, when Kudrow and Aniston] were both nominated and not me. That's when it's like, 'I have a lesson to learn here,' " Cox, 46, tells TVLine. "I had a hard time not taking it personally when it was both Lisa and Jennifer at the same time … Both girls and not me? It hurt. I'm very sensitive, though."
In all, Kudrow earned six nominations for Friends, Aniston five. They both won once.
Meanwhile, Cox, who now stars on Cougar Town, will have another shot at exorcising those old demons when the 2011 Emmy nominations are announced July 14.
Originally posted 04/23/2010 08:45AM
You've seen her in Superbad, The House Bunny and Zombieland, but now, Emma Stone is taking on a more complicated leading role in the dark comedy-drama, Paper Man.
Stone, 21, plays a teenager who forms an unlikely friendship with a struggling, 40-something writer played by Jeff Daniels. "I've never done a movie like that, and I probably never will again," says the actress. And when it comes to her fellow costar Ryan Reynolds – who plays Daniels's superhero imaginary friend, Captain Excellent – she tells PEOPLE he's "awesome."
Here are five more need-to-know things about the hot actress:
Originally posted 10/27/2009 05:25PM
Courteney Cox Arquette is bringing one of her famous Friends to Cougar Town: Lisa Kudrow will make a guest appearance on the new ABC show, TV Guide reports.
"If it all works out, she'll play a dermatologist that my character can't stop going to even though the doctor is mean to me," Cox Arquette, 45, tells TV Guide. "She's the best in town at what she does and I become addicted."
So will any of her other former onscreen pals make an appearance on Cougar Town?
Originally posted 09/30/2009 09:30AM
Whenever Bruce Springsteen does a concert, people beg him to play "Born in the USA." For Billy Joel, it's "Piano Man." Paul McCartney always receives requests for "Yesterday."
She gets "Smelly Cat."
Originally posted 06/23/2009 10:30AM
Five years after Friends went off the air, Courteney Cox Arquette is still there for Lisa Kudrow.
The Friends are staging a mini-reunion on July 6, when Cox Arquette makes a guest appearance on Kudrow's online comedy series Web Therapy, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Kudrow stars as Fiona Wallace, a therapist who treats her patients via webcam.
Originally posted 05/05/2009 09:00AM
Looks like Sarah Silverman's fake hookup with Matt Damon is still paying off!
In September, the comedian won an Emmy for her hit song, "I'm F**king Matt Damon," and now the viral video nabbed her a best actress Webby award. Silverman was also honored with the best political video award for her "Great Schlep" video, a plea for Jewish kids to urge their grandparents to vote for Barack Obama.
Other high-profile Webby winners include Jimmy Fallon, who was named Webby person of the year for using the Internet, specifically his blog, to refine his talk show hosting skills before his late night debut. Lisa Kudrow won outstanding comedic performance for her Web-only series Web Therapy and rocker Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails was named Webby artist of the year.
Originally posted 11/23/2004 07:00AM
Originally posted 09/20/2004 08:45AM
You can't keep a good Friend down, and Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox are poised to work with HBO in two separate projects, says the Hollywood Reporter.
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