Courteney Cox says being the only female lead on Friends without an Emmy nomination hurt her feelings


Courteney Cox says being the only female lead on Friends without an Emmy nomination hurt her feelings

The reunion of the main cast of Friends in Friends: the reunion It has been the event that fans of the iconic sitcom have been waiting for years. David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow and Matthew Perry they were seen again before the cameras more than fifteen years after the end of the series, with happy and not so happy anecdotes that were lived in the filming of the series that would last ten seasons.

Not everything was said in Friends: The Reunion, and a clear example is the feelings of Courteney Cox, who gave life to Monica geller during the ten seasons of Friends and that she was not once nominated for the Emmy, while his peers were nominated, and even won the award.

“Naturally, it is something that makes me feel bad and excluded,” said Courteney Cox in an interview with The Howard Stern Show. “I was very happy for them, but I couldn’t help having that feeling of exclusion, especially when the series ended and I saw that they didn’t nominate me once.”

Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow took the Emmy to the Best Leading Actress Y Best Supporting Actress, respectively. David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry were also Emmy nominees at the time, but Courteney Cox’s portrayal of Monica did not make her worthy of being among the Emmy nominees for Best Supporting or Leading Actress. Regardless, Monica’s character remains a fan favorite, which should be worth much more than an accolade.

Does it seem unfair to you that Courteney Cox did not receive an Emmy nomination during the ten years that Friends lasted?


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