Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham and the Ted Lasso Cast Reunite at GLAAD Media Awards – PEOPLE

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The cast of Ted Lasso stepped out together to attend the 35th annual GLAAD Media Awards, where the Apple TV+ show later won the award for outstanding comedy series, in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The awards ceremony honoring achievements in LGBTQ representation in media brought together Jason SudeikisHannah WaddinghamBrett GoldsteinJuno TempleBrendan HuntPhil Dunster, Jeremy Swift, Cristo Fernández, Kola Bokinni, Moe Jeudy-Lamour and Billy Harris.

Billy Harris (who portrays Colin Hughes on the show) arrived in a prepster look, wearing tan pants, a white button-down collared shirt, and a navy blazer. He stood beside his costar Waddingham (Rebecca Welton) who dazzled in a black sequin gown with multicolored embellishments. 

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‘Ted Lasso’ cast, GLAAD Awards, March 2024.

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Fernández, 33, (Dani Rojas) stood out in a baby blue two-piece suit with a white button-down shirt. 

Temple, 34, (Keeley Jones) wore a powder pink silk gown. She accessorized with a heart-shaped pink handbag and a black choker around her neck. Her on-screen love interest Jodi Balfour (Jack Danvers) stood beside her in all black.

Sudeikis, 48, wore a dark-colored three-piece suit, and instead of opting for a traditional white-collared shirt, he went with pink. The actor added a purple tie.

‘Ted Lasso’ cast, GLAAD Awards, March 2024.

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Ted Lasso was nominated alongside And Just Like That…, Harlem, Harley Quinn, Sex Education and What We Do In The Shadows at this year’s GLAAD Media Awards, which celebrated series and films with dynamic bisexual characters.

The Apple TV+ sitcom was recognized for its introduction of a storyline featuring Keeley (Juno Temple) in a relationship with a woman, Jack (Jodi Balfour), in the show’s third season.

Juno Temple and Jodi Balfour in the third season of ‘Ted Lasso’.

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Since the Emmy-winning series’ season 3 finale was released in May 2023, the cast has reunited for several public appearances as rumors swirled that the third season would be the show’s last.

The whole cast got back together for their final major award show at the 30th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in late February. The show was up for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, and Goldstein, Sudeikis and Waddingham received individual nominations.

Brett Goldstein, Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt on ‘Ted Lasso’.


Despite not taking home any trophies, the Ted Lasso crew still had much to celebrate at PEOPLE’s Post Screen Actors Guild Awards Gala later that night.

The actors were all smiles as they posed together wearing their custom blue Nike tracksuits — fit with a logo for the show’s fictional team, AFC Richmond logo.

Much of the cast of the hit comedy also reunited at this year’s Emmys in January.

While they walked the red carpet separately at the awards ceremony, many of the former costars posed together at a special pre-Emmys event hosted by PEOPLE. Lance, Bokinni, Dunster, Sudeikis, Waddingham, Goldstein, Fernández, Harris and Brendan Hunt were among the attendees.

James Lance, Kola Bokinni, Phil Dunster, Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Cristo Fernandez, Billy Harris and Brendan Hunt attend PEOPLE x IHG Conversation with the Cast of ‘Ted Lasso’.

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TheTed Lasso costars have also shown support for each other’s endeavors. Goldstein and Sudeikis both made appearances in Waddingham’s Apple TV+ holiday special, Hannah Waddingham: Home for Christmas, which was released in December of last year.

When speaking to PEOPLE about the festive program, the British star sung her praises of the Saturday Night Live alum. “He has been in recent years my greatest champion,” she shared. “We are great pals and celebrate each other wholly.”

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