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Busy Philipps shows peace sign while filming Girls5Eva season two with cast in New York

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Busy Philipps shows a peace sign while filming season two of Girls5Eva with Sara Bareilles, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Paula Pell in New York










She once wanted to quit acting and live a quiet life in the Big Apple.

But Busy Philipps was back in front of the cameras Monday morning filming season two of the hit Peacock sitcom Girls5Eva in New York.

The 42-year-old actress flashed a peace sign when she once again joined forces with Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Paula Pell for the show that focuses on a revived ’90s girl group.

The gang is all here! Busy Philipps was back in front of the camera on Monday morning to film season two of the popular Peacock sitcom Girls5Eva in New York.

Busy wore a pink leopard print dress and sky-high heels as she stood on a sidewalk in SoHo with her friends.

She carried a colorful snakeskin bag over her arm and wore her platinum blonde hair parted straight down the middle.

Paula rocked a black turtleneck to match trousers and kept warm under a vibrant red coat with copper buttons.

Hanging Out: The 42-year-old actress flashed a peace sign as she once again joined forces with Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Paula Pell for the show that focuses on a revived '90s girl group

Hanging Out: The 42-year-old actress flashed a peace sign as she once again joined forces with Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Paula Pell for the show that focuses on a revived ’90s girl group

Dreamteam: Created by Meredith Scardino with Tina Fey as executive producer, the comedy follows

Dreamteam: Created by Meredith Scardino with Tina Fey as executive producer, the comedy follows “a one-hit wonder ’90s girl group reunited to give their pop star dreams another chance,” according to Deadline.

Sara paid tribute to the ’90s in an oversized green plaid blazer with maroon striped shirts and navy trousers.

Renee added inches to her stately frame with a pair of silver studded heels and sported a bright red checked jacket.

Created by Meredith Scardino with Tina Fey as executive producer, the comedy follows “a one-hit wonder ’90s girl group reunited to give their pop star dreams another chance,” according to Deadline.

Their first episode, which aired on May 6, has a 100% approval rating based on 27 critics’ reviews, with an average rating of 8.1/10, according to Rotten Tomatoes, and was picked up for a second season in June.

“I tell people I ‘quit’ acting because I couldn’t handle the heartbreak – it just wasn’t worth it to me anymore,” she wrote. “But then Tina called Fey and said, ‘Hey! do you want to stay in NYC and do this show GIRLS5EVA with us?” Oh my God. CLEAR YES’

Rockstars: Renee Elise Goldsberry, Sara Bareilles and Paula Pell also star in the show created by Meredith Scardino that follows

Rockstars: Renee Elise Goldsberry, Sara Bareilles and Paula Pell also star in the show created by Meredith Scardino that follows “a one-hit wonder girl group from the ’90s reunited to give their pop star dreams another chance,” according to the statement. Deadline

“Clever, funny and just plain nostalgic, Girls5eva’s intelligent insights are brought to brilliant life by the talented quartet, whose individual gifts come together to make a sweet comedic harmony,” the website’s critical consensus reads.

Busy shared a heartfelt post earlier this year describing how close the project got as she befriended the cast and crew.

“I tell people I’m ‘quitting’ acting because I couldn’t handle the heartbreak – it just wasn’t worth it to me anymore,” she wrote. “But then Tina called Fey and said, ‘Hey! do you want to stay in NYC and do this show GIRLS5EVA with us?’ Oh my God. CLEAR YES.

“What I CAN tell you is that if even HALF of the joy we all had making it is translated to your screens, you’ll be obsessed. AND we did all 8 episodes in the middle (end?) of this pandemic – tested every day, having mandated shorter work hours, doing table readings via zoom, wearing masks and shields, and redoing our damn lipstick four thousand times a day.”

She described the arduous testing process and how she’s been “so lucky” in her career, but this role really takes the cake.

“So all I have to say is that I am eternally grateful to have had this JOY with these incredible people who have caused this madness called Girls5eva in this – the strangest time.”

Grateful: Busy shared a heartfelt post about how close the project got as she befriended the cast and crew

Grateful: Busy shared a heartfelt post about how close the project got as she befriended the cast and crew

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