Sydney Sweeney is no doubt one of Hollywood’s newest emerging stars. However, she recently revealed that she didn’t think her character in Euphoria season 2, Cassie Howard would make it past the season finale.

Nate (Jacob Elordi) drives Cassie to a party while rushing and drinking a beer in the season two premiere episode, “Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door.” Cassie takes her seat belt off and stretches her body out the window at one point. Sydney assumed the scene would be her last when she first read it.

While speaking to Entertainment Weekly, she opened up about thinking her time with the popular HBO Max show was over.

“I thought that [series creator Sam Levinson] was killing me. I thought that I was going to get killed.

The hanging out the window, actually, was just me hanging out the window. It was just random and very in the moment. But when I read it, I thought that Cassie was getting killed off. And I was really bummed. But then it turned into this weirdly sensual, dangerous connection between these two characters. And it became what it became.” 

What resulted was a toxic, on-again, off-again relationship between the two, as well as the end of Cassie’s friendship with Nate’s ex, Maddy (Alexa Demie). It’s a positive thing that we’ll get to see more of Cassie in season three since Sydney has big ideas for her character.

Meanwhile, Sydney Sweeney recently stated that she brought her entire family, including her grandparents, to the season two premiere. However, stay tuned to Thirsty to get the latest update regarding the series.

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