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Lily Collins Calls Her Emily in Paris Character ‘Optimistic, Bright And Bubbly’

Even though some may find the personality of Emily 'annoying,' Lily Collins admires her character. The Netflix series Emily in Paris will release on December 22.

Emily in Paris actress is getting ready for Season 2 of her hit Netflix series. Meanwhile, she has recently thrown some beams on her character in a wide-ranging interview with Nylon, revealing that she admires Emily Cooper even though some may find her ‘annoying.’

Lilly Collins confessed that a lot of the qualities that Emily has would seem annoying. Still, Lilly admired her character’s personality traits. She described her character as optimistic, bright, and bubbly. She defended by saying, “It is sad to think that people would look and go. That’s a lot. They are such beautiful qualities, and the fact that she can partner that with being vulnerable and asking for help and making mistakes, she’s not infallible.”

The 32-year-old actress added, “She’s in no way mimicking Carrie’s life,” though she confessed, “Emily probably grew up having Carrie Bradshaw posters on her wall.” While some have criticized the show’s concept, Collins thinks the ‘over-the-top’ nature of the premise reflects how the character perceives this new reality. “I think that this is a heightened reality for Emily, to be moving to Paris, and what she experiences and what she sees,” Collins said.

However, among the newcomers to the cast in Season 2 is Jeremy O. Harris, who plays a fashion designer on the show, with Collins revealing he was a big fan of the first season. “He had spoken out about the fact that he was a big fan, which was so lovely, and I was so surprised,” she said of the beloved playwright. Meanwhile, “Harris himself added, “I like joy. I think that’s surprising to people given the work that I write but the work I consume often has so much lightness to it.” “When I was watching Emily in Paris I was like, “This is so fun. Why is everyone so upset?”

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The 32-year-old actress plays Emily Cooper, an American hired by a marketing firm in Paris to give them an American perspective. The second installment of the hit Netflix series follows the fallout of Emily hooking up with her French chef neighbor Gabriel played by Lucas Bravo, who is still possibly dating Emily’s friend Camille (Camille Razat) which some compared to Sex and the City‘s Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) hooking up with the married Mr. Big, particularly since both shows were created by Darren Star.

The second season of Emily in Paris cast have some addition. The cast features, Lucien Laviscount joins as a Brit who gets under Emily’s skin before she starts to like a sarcastic charm, and Arnaud Binard guest stars as the party boy owner of a popular Saint Tropez nightclub. The Netflix series Emily in Paris will release on December 22.

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