The 61-year-old actress has now won the Best Supporting Actress award for her role as socialite Tanya McQuoid in the HBO comedy 'The White Lotus' and following her win a Twitter campaign was launched to get her to attend the ceremony next year year to moderate. But she admitted it must be a 'tough' job, which she personally doesn't want to do.
After learning about the campaign, Jennifer told 'ExtraTV' that when she's on stage she can't help but comedy and jokes, which are hard to afford these days: 'What it would be like to be a host ? I think it's difficult to do the hosting thing because you want to say things that are naughty and kinky and you want to say things that might be offensive to someone. You can really get in trouble for that now.”
After accepting her award, the 'American Pie' actress - who found huge success in the early 2000s with roles on 'American Pie' and 'A Cinderella Story,' brought in her role only in the HBO comedy enjoying a career boost - 'The White Lotus' creator Mike White made her cry with her acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards when she told him he had given her 'hope'. 'I had such big dreams and expectations when I was younger, but what happened is that life shattered them. I thought I was going to be Queen of Monaco when someone else was. And then you get older and you're like, 'Oh, what the hell is going to happen?' And, Mike White, you gave me hope. You gave me a fresh start.”
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