Season 2 of Netflix's The Circle has only just begun and we're already missing Shuby and Joey's bromance from the first season.
The second season is full of dominant personalities and some serious drama between some of its contestants. Singer-songwriter Terilisha has clashed with socialite data researcher Savannah and fans are already choosing sides.
The new season premiered on Wednesday, April 14 where the two participants who were playing themselves bagged the first two spots as Top Influencers and clashed in their decision of who should be sent home.
While the two were sipping on their drinks and deciding the fate of one unlucky player, the discussion of who should go home got heated as Savannah suggested getting rid of Chloe, which made Terilisha questioning her loyalties when it comes to their #GirlGang. Finally, they decided on sending Bryant home and Savannah made Terilisha deliver the bad news to the group, the latter publicly accused her of being the driving force behind his dumping.
After the elimination process, Terilisha invited Chloe and Emily to a private chat labelled 'True Colors' and informed them that Savannah wanted to boot one of them out of the competition. Tattletale alert!
"I actually still agree with myself! I was like, 'Yeah! Right!'" Terilisha joked to ET. "My mind was still in the same place. It's interesting to see how it was team her versus team me, and interesting to watch how it was playing out in everyone else's Circle apartment."
"I never want her or any player to feel like I ever was out to get them or attack them," she continued. "I do believe that I can play the game with honesty and integrity. So, that wasn't the game. That wasn't my play."
Savannah, on the other hand, who has since been blocked herself, put their animosity down to the fact that they can't actually talk face-to-face and that there is a major loss of tone when you're only able to communicate via text.
"That's what happens when you have a game like The Circle, and when you're speaking to each other via text the entire time," she explained. "You lose people's, you know, where they have diction, whether they're stressing or not stressing, so you're left to wonder what exactly did they mean, and 'Am I perceiving all of this all correctly?'"
"Watching it back though, I feel pretty confident in a lot of how I felt about people," she added.
As for Savannah, she wishes that fans of The Circle knew more about her before her departure.
"I'm a very level-headed person and I really thought through every decision," she replied.
"And that, even though I know people are going to come at me sideways online for saving Trevor and not Chloe, that there was a real reason behind everything. Remember, it's reality TV, and they're only going to show what is really going to stir the pot."
We can't wait to see what happens next!
Oscars 2021: Best Actress nominees, from Frances McDormand to Viola Davis
As we take a look at the strong female leads this year, we cant help but take a look at the actresses who have been overlooked in the past. As Melissa Leo breathed fire as a ferocious Mother Superior, it seemed that the two-time
Oscars 2021: Best Actress nominees
Oscar nominee was snubbed in her under the radar movie directed by first-timer Margaret Bett. All while Battle of the Sexes, a riveting performance by Emma Stone and Steve Carell, challenged gender issues that are dominating the headlines today but was still unfairly ignored by the Academy. And finally, one of the best performances by a young actress as 22-year-old Florence Pugh captivated audiences in her performance in Lady Macbeth and to no avail, but lets take a look at this years nominees and get a feel for who we think will be the winner...
Viola Davis | Ma Raineys Black Bottom
How to Get Away with Murder, Fences and now Ma Raineys Black Bottom - what cant this woman do? Having won an Academy Award, a Primetime Emmy Award and two Tony Awards, she is the first African-American to achieve the "Triple Crown of Acting". Four years ago, Davis won an Oscar for her role in "Fences", where she played another August Wilson heroine, but this victory was met with a lot of controversy as many (myself included) believed she deserved the victory for Best Actress rather than Supporting Actress. As the blues singer Ma Rainey, in George C. Wolfes film, Davis stands in nobodys shadow. Lets see what this years Oscars will bring.
Andra Day | The United States vs. Billie Holiday
The United States vs. Billie Holiday is a 2021 American biographical film about singer Billie Holiday, based on the book Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs by Johann Hari. Directed by Lee Daniels, the film stars Andra Day in the titular role, along with Trevante Rhodes, Natasha Lyonne and Garrett Hedlund. Andra Day, is no newbie when it comes to the world of music as she won a Golden Globe for her performance in Lee Daniels biopic, but that paired with actress creates a dynamic twofold thats hard to compete with.
Could a portrait of an iconic singer as a tragic, strung-out mess win a Best Actress Oscar? Lets ask last years winner, Reneé Zellweger.
Vanessa Kirby | Pieces of a Woman
Vanesa Kirby has become known through her role as the fragile young Princess Margaret in The Crown but her new role in Pieces of a Woman might leave you surprised. Kirby plays Martha, a Boston woman whose home birth results in unspeakable loss, from which Martha spends the rest of the film excavating herself. In her grief-stricken role, Kirby hits a nerve for many viewers who are either parents or have gone through a similar loss. While she is an underdog in the array of nominated talented actresses this year, but we still believe the moving performance could lead to a victory this year.
Frances McDormand | Nomadland
One of the most acclaimed actresses of her generation, she is known for her portrayals of quirky, headstrong female characters. Even though McDormand is known for her roles in small-budget independent films he has still managed to achieve the "Triple Crown of Acting" as she has won the Best Actress award twice for Fargo and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. McDormand steps into the shoes of Fern, in Nomadland, a woman that embarks on a journey through the American West after losing everything and through her role manages to make a film cast of non-actors look like they have been acting their whole lives. Will McDormand take home another Oscar this year?
Carey Mulligan | Promising Young Woman
The British actress has received numerous awards and nominations, including one British Academy Film Award, a Critics Choice Award and nominations for two Academy Awards, three Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and one Tony Award but this one was an unexpected one. In her role as Cassie, Mulligan embraces her characters trauma and tendency to put herself in danger as she embarks on a journey or revenge against men. Cassie is wickedly smart and cunning, but she is living a secret life. The film introduces Cassie a seemingly drunk in a nightclub, in serious need of rescuing from drunk ill-intended men but all of a sudden the realisation of what is about to happen to her sobers us up and she begins her master plan.
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