Chrissy Teigen has been substituted for the new season Netflix teen show I’ve never been.
The TV personality abandoned the project in June after Teigen got into a cyber-bulling scandal earlier this year.
“Chrissy Teigen has decided to leave the guest voting role in one episode of the upcoming second season. I’ve never been“The show is expected to be revived,” a show spokeswoman said in a statement at the time.
Gigi Hadid has now replaced Teigen as the storyteller of one of the show’s main characters, Paxton (Darren Barnet).
Teigen was criticized in May 2011 after initial evidence emerged that he was following online model Courtney Stodden. Teigen then publicly apologizes to Stodden.
“There’s just no excuse for my terrible tweets in the past. My goals weren’t worthy of them. No one will,” Teigen wrote. Medium. “Most of them needed kindness, compassion, understanding and support, not just indifference and ridicule of funny humor.”
He added: “I was a troll, dot. And I’m so sorry. ”
Netflix kept the news of the revival closed until the premiere of the new season of the show this week. Hadid took to Instagram to celebrate his participation in the show.
“It was the best time to tell a new episode I’ve never been,He wrote.
Teigen, meanwhile, took over Instagram to resolve the situation with Stodden this week.
“The Cancellation Club is an amazing thing and I’ve learned so much,” he wrote as part of a long post. “Several people understand that, and it’s impossible to know you’re in it,” he said. And in that sense, it’s hard to talk about it because you whistle when you do something clearly wrong. It’s just breastfeeding. There is no winner. “
Elsewhere, I’ve never been“s Mindy Kaling continues develop a scenario for Legitimate blonde 3, Reese Witherspoon repeats her role as attorney Elle Woods.