Emily Baines
Updated Nov 25, 2016 @ 9:42 am
Premiere Of Netflix's "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" - Arrivals
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Lauren Graham has not shied away from discussing her career-making turn as Lorelai Gilmore, the fast-talking mother of Gilmore Girls. In fact, Lauren Graham has said that Gilmore Girls changed her life. She’s even written about it in her memoir Talking As Fast As I Can.

That’s how Lauren Graham felt about the pilot of Gilmore Girls. Luckily for her—and for us—she got the part!

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And while she was originally nervous about the Gilmore Girls revival, Lauren Graham is now officially on board. In fact, as she told People,

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Yet, despite the onslaught of fan support, Lauren Graham is wary of letting fans down. As she explained at the Los Angeles premiere of her movie Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life:

There’s no need to be nervous, Lauren! We believe in you!

As the Gilmore Girls revival was poised to go live, Lauren Graham took a moment out of her busy Thanksgiving to thank the people who made the revival possible: her fans.

What a sweet message to share. It’s the kind of message Lorelai Gilmore herself would share—perhaps with more cultural references. Regardless, as thankful as Lauren Graham is for her fans, we are just as thankful for her. After all, without her, there’d be no Lorelai Gilmore.