The modern-day whereabouts of the twin actresses who shared the role of Ross Geller and Rachel Green's baby daughter Emma in Friends in 2003 have been revealed - and it seems that the two rising stars are ready to make a return to our screens.
After appearing in Friends as the accidental baby of Ross - played by David Schwimmer - and Rachel in 2003, Cali and Noelle appeared in a film called Novel Romance in 2006, where they played a young child, also called Emma.
The awesome on-screen chemistry between some of our favorite pairs, like Hannah Montana and Lilly Truscott on , usually seems so genuine and we can’t help but think that they’re one big happy family off-screen. It turns out that people can’t always get along all the time, and that seriously sucks.
We don’t know about you, but finding out that on-screen Disney friendships were never actually real was kind of like realizing for the first time that Santa Claus is imaginary.
It’s so easy to forget that TV relationships are fictional, and it’s even easier to assume that everything is fine and dandy when the cameras stop rolling.
But the reality is, even though co-stars might seem friendly on television, it doesn’t always mean that they’re super close IRL. Check out these eight pairs of Disney Channel co-stars that actually didn’t get along behind the scenes: , she wrote, "The show felt real to me, and I wanted my relationship with Lilly to feel real, too.
In Friends, which returned to our screens this year through the medium of Neflix, Emma is the result of a secret one-off tryst between Ross and Rachel, which took place after years of them being separated.
Rachel and Ross do not immediately re-enter a romantic relationship after having Emma, but go on to live together and co-parent their daughter- far before Gwyneth Paltrow ever coined the term 'consciously un-coupling'.
They make a great couple and Coco is a very lucky man to have someone like Maja understand his past and accepted the fact that he has a child. It became official after their show ended (Nagsimula sa puso) and if you must know Maja made the first move but Coco was thankful for that.
When you spend your entire childhood watching Disney Channel characters be the best of friends on TV, it’s kind of hard to believe that those co-stars actually hated each other’s guts in real life.