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Juno Temple with pink hair hugging Hannah Waddingham who's making a funny face on a red carpet for a Ted Lasso event.

Juno Temple Celebrates Her “Emmy Winning, Inspirational, Glorious Friend” Hannah Waddingham

Ever notice how the tabloids like to push the narrative that women hate each other? That it’s all a big competition and that we can never be happy for each other’s success?

Don’t be fooled. We may not hear about it in the media much, but there’s an entire sisterhood out there, cheering each other on and lifting each other up!

Like Ted Lasso actress Juno Temple who just shared a message celebrating her Emmy-winning co-star Hannah Waddingham…


In a post to Instagram, Juno shared a gallery of photos of them at the ceremony, including one where they’re hugging, right after it was announced that Hannah had won the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Award for her portrayal of club owner Rebecca Welton on the show.

And FYI, Juno was also nominated in that category for her role as model and influencer Keeley Jones.

“Women don’t always have to be pitted against each other,” she captions the pics.


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“In fact, it gets really boring.”

We hear you Juno!

“I am so delighted with the friendships we have shared in peoples living rooms and am deeply grateful for our extraordinary friendship we have forever,” her message continues.

“I am profoundly proud of you, my Emmy winning, inspirational, glorious, f***ing fit, dear friend.”

And this isn’t the first time we’ve gotten a glimpse into their beautiful friendship…


The two women are constantly praising each other in interviews, like in July, when Hannah told Variety their connection has been completely “natural and effortless” from the moment they first met in the ladies room before their first Ted Lasso table read:

“And it’s been like that ever since, both on screen and off.”

Yep, don’t be fooled by the tabloids. 

(Feature Image Credit: Kathy Hutchins/Shutterstock.com)

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