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Why Is Barbie Ferreira Leaving Euphoria?

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Barbie Ferreira’s “Euphoria” run has come to an in depth. On Aug. 24, six months after the season two finale, Ferreira introduced on Instagram that she is not going to be returning for the HBO present’s third season, writing a heartfelt farewell to her character, Kat Hernandez.

“i put all my care and love into her and i hope you guys could feel it.”

“after four years of getting to embody the most special and enigmatic character kat, I’m having to say a very teary eyed goodbye,” Ferreira captioned a photograph of Hunter Schafer’s Kat fan artwork on her Instagram Story. “i hope many of you could see yourself in her like i did and that she brought you joy to see her journey into the character she is today. i put all my care and love into her and i hope you guys could feel it. love you katherine hernandez.”

With the “Euphoria” season three launch date projected to be someday in 2024, Ferreira shunned sharing further particulars in regards to the circumstances surrounding her character’s exit. Still, we will not assist however marvel what the sequence will probably be like with out Kat’s badass power, body-positive perspective, and distinctive sense of energy that she radiated every season.

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During her two-season run on “Euphoria,” Ferreira’s character broke the normal “fat best friend” stereotypes, including a depth and complexity to Kat that made Ferreira one of many present’s standout actors. As Kat explored her sexuality and self-confidence, viewers had been entranced by her tenacity. While Kat was nonetheless discovering her approach on this planet, Ferreira managed to ship a curvy character with model — the lace-up bustier — confidence, and nuance.

It’s unclear whether or not Ferreira plans to tackle new onscreen tasks following her “Euphoria” position or proceed to hone in on her modeling career. Most lately, she made a visitor look as Willow in an episode of “The Afterparty” and had a cameo in Jordan Peele’s “Nope” alongside Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya, and breakout star Brandon Perea.

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