Speaking to TV Line the Cougar Town actress admitted that it was hard seeing all of her fellow co-stars nominated while the show was on air.
‘When the first person was nominated for an Emmy, I think it was Schwimmer, you’re so excited,’ she said. ‘Then the second person, so excited.
‘The only time I was like ‘Whoa!’ was [when both Aniston and Kudrow were nominated] and not me. I had a hard time not taking it personally when it was both Lisa and Jennifer at the same time. One guy, one girl, whatever. But both girls and not me? It hurt. I’m very sensitive, though.’
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But being nominated (if it happens) for Cougar Town she says it would ‘mean more’ to her than having received nods for Friends.
‘Don’t get me wrong, it would have been great back then,’ she said. ‘But I think it would mean that I’m on another show that is regarded and is written and performed as well as [Friends] in some way.’
If she were to win: ‘God, it would be such an honour,’ she said. ‘I’d be so excited. I’d probably be one of those people who just cried. I wish I could say I didn’t care about stuff like that.
‘Maybe if I didn’t, it would be some kind of karmic thing for me, but I actually do. I think it’s nice to be recognised. [Not being nominated] makes me go, ‘Oh s**t, maybe I don’t know what the f**k I’m doing’.’
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