Helen Lederer on her relationship with her Ab Fab co-stars: ‘We don’t mix,’ she says as a reunion is ruled out.
HELEN LEDERER has revealed that she hasn’t seen her former Absolutely Fabulous co-stars in a few years but would welcome a reunion.
Helen Lederer, 67, Jennifer Saunders, 63, and Joanna Lumley, 75, last starred together in the film Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie in 2016.
The comedian said she hadn’t seen her co-stars in a while but that they were still friends and that she hoped to see them again.
“We don’t mix that often,” she said ahead of her performance at Proud Embankment’s Cabaret show.
“I don’t think there’s a reason, but they’re incredible and I adore them; they’re incredible people.”
“Joanna does so many different things; no matter how old she is, I always see her doing something new.”
“She’s a fantastic role model.”
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Jennifer Aniston, the writer and star of Absolutely Fabulous, recently stated that her sitcom would no longer work in today’s culture “because everything is sensitive.”
“I believe we could talk ourselves out of most of it now,” she told The Sun.
“It’d be like, ‘We’re not going to get a good answer, so let’s not do that.'”
The popular show aired from 1992 to 1996 before being renewed for three more years in 2001.
2016 saw the release of Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.
Despite Jennifer’s comments, Helen, who played Catriona, believes the show hasn’t yet reached its peak.
“I’m standing by if Jennifer decides to write another one,” she revealed.
“They did a fantastic job with the film because it was unique and held up under scrutiny.”
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“It had its own characteristics, and it could stand up to scrutiny.”
It was still a joyous occasion, and it grew dark.”
“She’s not a complacent writer,” the actress added of Jennifer’s approach to the film.
It was fantastic that it went over so well.”
Helen continued, “I never think anything has had its day,” when it came to creating new episodes.
It’s “worth a shot” if there are “signs” to do it and the cast is up for it, she added.
Helen is going to be taking this month.
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