Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham pulled playful poses at a season 3 photocall in London, on Friday.
The duo had fun at Battersea Power Station in the capital with their Apple TV+ series co-stars as they joked around together.
Jason kept things casual in light wash jeans and a padded navy sports jacket worn over a mint green hoodie, with red trainers and a matching baseball cap completing his look.
Hannah looked chic in a black tailored suit jacket, which she teamed with a plunging skin coloured ribbed collared top.
The actress slipped into form-fitting leggings as she stepped out in sexy velvet knee-high boots with an eye-catching gold stiletto heel.
Jokers: Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham pulled playful poses at a season 3 photo call in London, on Friday
Good times: The duo stepped out in the fashion styles of their on-screen characters
Ted Lasso stars: (L-R) Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris, Cristo Fernandez, Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, James Lance, Nick Mohammed and Brendan Hunt
Jason and Hannah were joined by Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris, Cristo Fernandez, James Lance, Nick Mohammed and Brendan Hunt at the photo call.
Kola Bokinni – who plays footballer Isaac McAdoo – joined Capital XTRA Breakfast with Robert Bruce and Shayna Marie, on Friday.
The third season launched weeks ago but a new episode drops each week.
Speaking on Ryan Reynolds taking over Wrexham, Kola gushed: ‘It’s a brilliant story, the Wrexham story is amazing, even last season, them coming so close and this season with them doing it, it’s beautiful to see and watch…
‘There are many scenarios that you could say… but we’re going to claim it, of course definitely, yes, 100 percent we influenced Ryan Reynolds [laughs]! I’m joking, that’s something only Ryan knows.’
The Ted Lasso star also spoke of the ‘surreal’ time he spent at The White House with Joe Biden and his wife Jill.
Kola said: ‘That was surreal, and I’m from Peckham as you guys know! Being there and meeting Joe and Jill was a very surreal moment.
‘We got given a box of biscuits by Jill, she came around and said, ‘…we made these’, I thought, ‘you didn’t make those, I’m calling it, you haven’t seen a kitchen in…let’s leave that there!’
All stars in action: Ted Lasso stars (L-R) Jason Sudeikis, James Lance, Brendan Hunt and Brett Goldstein
Fun: The duo had fun at Battersea Power Station in the capital with their Apple TV+ series co-stars as they joked around together
Having a laugh: Jason and Hannah had fun pulling some playful poses at the photo call
Good times: The two lead stars cosied up for some smiley snaps before joking around
Elegant: Hannah looked chic in a black tailored suit jacket, which she teamed with a plunging skin coloured ribbed collared top
Fashionista: The actress slipped into form-fitting leggings as she stepped out in sexy velvet knee-high boots with an eye-catching gold stiletto heel
It comes after Ryan Reynolds, 46, who owns Wrexham football club with fellow A-list actor Rob McElhenney celebrates a huge weekend.
Their team were promoted to the Football League for the first time in 15 years on Saturday after a dramatic 3-1 win against Boreham Wood.
The crunch match took place on Saturday night and despite being in the humble National League, the team now has a global following thanks to its Hollywood owners.
Fans stormed the pitch after the final whistle blew, and as cameras turned to the co-owners, Reynolds and McElhenney appeared to shed a tear as they took in the incredible scene of Wrexham FC celebrating the monumental victory.
Wrexham needed the win to secure promotion to the Football League with one game to go – and their fans were roaring them all the way from the moment it kicked off at 6.30pm.
But the north Wales team were 1-0 down when a goal from their opponents came silenced the stands 40 seconds in. They were not behind for long thought, with Elliot Lee bringing it back to 1-1 at 14 mins.
In the second half, super scorer Paul Mullin a second AND third goal – a brilliant goal into the top right corner – putting them in the best position possible for a win and a promotion.
Even the Prince of Wales took the opportunity to congratulate the team for the huge win on Saturday night.
Taking to Twitter, Prince William wrote: ‘Congratulations @Wrexham_AFC! A club with such amazing history, looking forward to a very exciting future back in the Football League. Doing Wales proud. W.’
Happy: The duo posed with co-star Brendan Hunt
Sporty: Jason kept things casual in light wash jeans and a padded navy sports jacket worn over a mint green hoodie, with red trainers and a matching baseball cap completing his look
Quirky: Kola Bokinni – who plays footballer Isaac McAdoo – wore pink trousers and an oversized white shirt
Dapper: Billy Harris and James Lance looked dapper in the stylish looks
Smiley: Jason, Hannah and Brendan looked happy to reunited for the photo call
Good times: The actors took turns to be photographed in the capital city
Stunning: Actress Hannah oozed sophistication in her sleek ensemble
Following the match just as his team was about to lift the Vanarama National League Trophy, Ryan Reynolds told BT Sport: ‘I am not sure I can process what happened tonight. I am still little speechless.
‘[People ask] ‘Why Wrexham?’. This is why Wrexham. This happening, right now, is why. Boreham Wood showed up today. They are an incredible team. They have one of the best defences in the entire league.
‘This entire story, the reason we are all on edge of our seats is because Notts County (the team in second place in the table) are so damn good. They deserve to go up. We are rooting for Notts County. We want to see them go up.’
Rob McElhenney added: ‘I think we can hear what it feels to the town. It’s a moment of catharsis for them and celebration.
‘For us to be welcomed into their community and be welcomed to this experience, has been the honour of my life.’
Reynolds and McElhenney seemingly have become soccer fanatics since completing their out-of-nowhere purchase of the Welsh club for $2.5 million in 2021.
An offshoot of the takeover was the making of a fly-on-the-wall documentary – entitled ‘Welcome to Wrexham’.
The series charted the journey of a historic but down-on-its-luck football team run by two actors learning the ropes of sports club ownership.
Beatles vibes: The cast recreated the famous Beatles walk
Site-seeing: The cast take time out to take in some of London’s landmarks on a vintage bus
Fun: They playfully hung out of the back of the bus for fun shots
Colleagues: The co-stars huddled up for a smiley group snap
Loving life: The cast enjoyed the day out together in London
Leader of the pack: Hannah giggled as she led her co-stars along the crossing
End of an era: The cast huddled together while celebrating what is the last season of Ted Lasso
Wrexham is now four points clear of second-placed Notts County with one games left to play, and so is guaranteed the sole automatic promotion spot to League Two.
Wrexham boast a proud history as the third-oldest professional football club in the world, with past glories including a FA Cup win over Arsenal and a European Cup Winners’ Cup triumph against Porto.
They had fallen on hard times as financial problems saw an 87-year stay in the Football League come to an end in 2008, but they are now back in circumstances a Hollywood script writer would struggle to match.
Before lining up in League Two next season, glamour friendlies against Manchester United and Chelsea await in the United States thanks to the club’s new-found American following.
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