Never Have I Ever, the teen romantic comedy, has revealed who has replaced Chrissy Teigen as a narrator.
She was initially set to narrate for Paxton (Darren Barnet) in his main episode, but she pulled out of her season two role due to her recent online controversy, with Gigi Hadid taking over.
Well good for Gigi Hadid, the audience loved her.
A spokesperson for the Netflix series said: “Chrissy Teigen has chosen to back away from a guest voiceover role in one scene of the forthcoming second season of Never Have I Ever. The role is required to be recast.”
Netflix has just dropped all of season two onto the streaming service, so it’s available to binge-watch now until a third season arrives – if it gets the green signal.
The series follows Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), an Indian-American teenager who, after spending her first year in a wheelchair following the sudden death of her dad (Sendhil Ramamurthy), chooses she needs to work on her social status.
With Never Have I Ever‘s the first season, one of Netflix’s most-watched shows of last year, and a Hollywood-esque ending of season 2, indeed a third season is a given?
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