Gilmore Girls fans were pretty bummed to learn that Netflix鈥檚 reboot of the show, A Year in the Life,didn鈥檛 receive any Emmy nominations earlier this year. It wasn鈥檛 all bad news, though: Some of its stars did manage to nab noms for other projects. This Sunday, for instance, Milo Ventimiglia is up for Best Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Jack Pearson in This Is Us, and at Sunday鈥檚 Creative Arts Emmy Awards gala, both Melissa McCarthy and Alexis Bledel took home some new hardware for their roles in Saturday Night Live and The Handmaid鈥檚 Tale.

No one was more proud than their Gilmore Girls鈥 co-star, Lauren Graham, who took to Twitter to congratulate her TV daughter.

鈥淭HIS IS SO AWESOME,鈥 Graham tweeted in all-caps message out of excitement along with a link to the news. 鈥淐ongratulations and love!,鈥 she continued, before signing off with a simple and sweet 鈥渪L.鈥

The win was a first for Bledel, who was up against some pretty stiff competition in her Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series category, including OITNB鈥榮 Laverne Cox and How to Get Away With Murder鈥榮 Cicely Tyson.

Considering the pair spent seven seasons playing a super-close mother and daughter duo in addition to their four feature-length Netflix episodes in fall 2016, we鈥檙e not surprised to see the 50-year-old being so supportive of the younger actress, but it warms our hearts, just the same.

Here鈥檚 to hoping we鈥檒l be seeing more Stars Hollow fuzzies in the form of new episodes soon!

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