Teen Mom alum Jenelle Evans never fails to stay in the spotlight. Redditors often drag her for her dance moves, teeth, search history and whatnot. Now she has decided to conquer the acting and Twitch realm. It seems like Jenelle is warming up for huge ventures in 2022.
Jenelle “the jobless” Evans recently revealed that she has decided to become an actress as she is parading on TikTok for getting herself selected in the Euphoria cast. Fans troll her for being so delusional and feeling so entitled. The headline of the discussion read: Jenelle is trying to petition TikTok to get her on Euphoria.
“Jenelle the jobless Evans is parading on TikTok and trying to get her TikTok followers to “do their thing” and get her on Euphoria. Aside from the obvious delusion, she’s deleting all negative comments, leaving a sea full of commenters who are blissfully unaware that HBO hires actual talent.”
A Redditor said: “Jenelle is messier irl than any character on the show and that’s saying something.”
Another stated: “Isn’t she a little old for the main plot anyway? Who’s is going to play? An extra at Rue’s NA meetings or one of Laurie’s associates?”
A third person chimed in, saying: “It seems as though nothing owned by National Amusements (Viacom parent) wants to work with her anymore. I wonder if she’s blacklisted over at the AT&T (HBO) too.”
Another commentator pointed out: “Jenelle’s own business partners don’t even want her around, lol. What on Earth makes her think HBO wants a racist, talentless twat who dresses like a frumpy toddler?!?”
“Euphoria,” based on Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin’s Israeli miniseries of the same name, was created, written, directed, and executive produced by Levinson in collaboration with A24. “Euphoria” is executive produced by Leshem and Levin, as well as Levinson, Kevin Turen, Ravi Nandan, Drake, Adel “Future” Nur, Will Greenfield, Ashley Levinson, Hadas Mozes Lichtenstein, and Zendaya.
The Reddit thread is attached below with this article. Some of the top comments from the thread are also provided below.
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