Over the past few months, several award shows and major events were either postponed or stalled in the wake of the never-ending Coronavirus pandemic. With people adopting the new normal, the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards was held yesterday, virtually, for the very first time. The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards took place on Sunday and was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Now, in a video shared on social media from Emmy Awards 2020, FRIENDS Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow make a special appearance together.
In a video shared on YouTube, Jennifer Aniston is spotted having a conversation with Emmy awards 2020 host Jimmy Kimmel. The video features Kimmel all dressed up in a tuxedo, and hosting the event, virtually. As the video goes on, Jennifer Aniston makes a special appearance during the awards night. In the video, the Friends star makes an entry in her silk robe. She goes on to greet Kimmel and they continue to have a conversation.
Moving forward in the video, Courteney Cox makes an entry from the back. As the Friends reunite for the Emmy Awards 2020, suddenly, Lisa Kudrow also enters the conversation with Kimmel. The Emmy Awards 2020 host looks rather surprised watching Lisa and Courteney hanging out with Jennifer under one roof. The Friends stars reunite for the 72nd Emmy Awards and Jennifer Aniston provides all the fans out there with the much-needed Friends reunion.
Meanwhile, TV series like Succession, Schitt's Creek, and Watchmen bagged the most awards at the 72nd Emmy Awards. The shows won awards from Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Comedy Series to the best actor and actress awards. On the other hand, Mark Ruffalo received the Outstanding Actor award for his performance in the series I Know This Much Is True. Also Read: Emmys 2020 Winners Complete List: Succession, Schitt's Creek, The Morning Show, Watchmen Win Big
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