This Mini ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Reunion Will Restore Your Hope In The Chances Of A Revival

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A Dawson’s Creek revival may not be in the cards, but that hasn’t stopped Busy Phillips and Michelle Williams from having a little mini reunion of their own!

Phillips and Williams, who played Audrey and Jen on the iconic teen drama, reunited at Sunday (Dec. 11) night’s 2016 Critic’s Choice Awards where Williams was nominated for her role in Manchester By the Sea.

The ladies posed together on the red carpet, but the BFF photo session went on after the actresses finished strutting their stuff. In fact, Phillips took to her Instagram to share a cute photo of the pair taking a fun selfie in the bathroom mirror.

“Michelle and I like this picture of ourselves in a port-a-potty better than any red carpet pics we saw,” wrote Phillips in the caption. “So here you go.”

 

Michelle and I like this picture of ourselves in a porta potty better than any red carpet pics we saw. So here you go.

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We love knowing that these two had a blast hanging out at the Critic’s Choice Awards together— especially considering that the odds of getting a proper Dawson’s Creek reunion are slim to none.

Both Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson have spoken out recently about the fact that they don’t think a Dawson’s Creek revival is in the cards.

As much as fans may jump at the chance of seeing Joey, Dawson, Pacey, and maybe even Jen back on television screens, Jackson told Ellen DeGeneres in a recent interview that he thinks seeing the gang back together might be disappointing.

“We’re not cute kids anymore. I mean. I mean, we’re holding up OK, but I think if you put the four of us now next to the four of us then, it might be a little shocking,” explained Jackson.

We guess we’ll just have to settle for mini reunions at special events like the Critic’s Choice Awards!

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