“Euphoria’s” Chloe Cherry Stopped Rumors She Was Cast After Sam Levinson Saw Her In A Porn Parody



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Sharing her pain over cruel comments about her appearance, Chloe said her days as an adult movie star are officially over in a new interview with Paper Magazine.

Earlier this year, Chloe Cherry went from a little-known adult movie star to a world-famous actor after she landed the role of Faye in Euphoria

She was only one of the few new characters introduced in the second season of the HBO show, but quickly made a lasting impression on fans.

Faye was first brought in as Custer’s girlfriend, who was addicted to heroin and moved in with Fezco and Ashtray after a drug raid.

While viewers initially doubted her motives, Faye took her place as a… Euphoria favorite in last month’s final, when she betrayed Custer to warn Fez that her boyfriend was wearing a wire.

Faye also became known for her iconic one-liners, and Chloe recently revealed that she was responsible for most of her character’s notable quotes – not Euphorias showrunner and writer, Sam Levinson.

Talk about The polyester podcasts “The Sleepover Club,” the actor said last month, “I improvised a lot. I corrected some of my favorite lines of mine: ‘You probably eat that ginger butt,’ that sentence. And then the one that was like, ‘Fuck you and your son people together?'”

And she was full of praise for Sam as she reflected on the environment on set, saying: “Sam is so amazing. He is so creative with his directing. He lets us improvise. He actually let me improve every scene we shot. We’d shoot it normally, and he’d be like, ‘Okay, now this shot, Chloe, just say what you want.’ There was, like, much more of it. I would go on and on.”

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Over the past few months, after several Euphoria cast members opened up about their experiences filming the second season. Many stars revealed that they were uncomfortable with elements of his original script and requested that the free nudity of their characters be removed.

Unconfirmed reports also claimed that Barbie Ferreira had most of her character Kat’s scenes cut after a massive feud with Sam, which ended with her storming off the set.

Another widespread rumor was that Sam only cast Chloe after seeing her in a pornographic parody of Euphoriawhere she played Jules.

But Chloe has now put the speculation to a halt, revealing in an interview with Paper Magazine that she actually filmed the parody an entire year after she already landed the part of Faye.

The actor explained that Sam saw her when she posted a video of herself at the mall on her Instagram story. When season 2 production was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she decided this was the perfect opportunity to make the parody.

“After I was cast, Euphoria was heavy on my mind and OnlyFans was the way I sold my content,” Chloe told Paper.

Chloe defended Sam, saying, “I just don’t like anyone to hate him. He is super professional and helped me a lot. All my interactions with him have been just really beautiful.”

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Chloe also said she was in the midst of an “existential crisis where I didn’t know what to do with my life” when Sam reached out to her, as she had never intended to become a porn star after age 20. .

Now 24, Chloe told Paper that her adult movie days are officially over because porn is “very hard on your body”. However, she found her industry experience helpful in portraying Faye, who struggles with drug addiction, as she understands what it’s like to be judged by others.

She said some people think she’s “a bad person” because of her past work, adding that her personal growth has been stunted by “people making terrible assumptions about you just because of one thing.”

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And her old job is just one of the things Chloe is aiming for now that she has a more mainstream audience. The star was also candid about the cruel comments she gets from trolls about her appearance.

Chloe’s lips have been the most critically viewed since she came to prominence, and she admitted the vile comments “hurted a lot” because she had “no idea” they were considered too big.

“No one in my life said, ‘Oh, your lips are so big,'” she explained, before defiantly adding that she likes her lips the way they are. She said: “People are always getting tattoos and doing weird things that are ‘unnatural’. So why can’t I do something that’s ‘unnatural’ because I like the way it looks?”

Chloe also compared the trolling to the response she received from her adult film fans, saying she was rarely criticized before. Euphoria — and that she was aware that the different reaction was largely due to the drastic change in her audience.

“Teenagers have time to become obsessed with things,” she said. “And I learned this when I was a teenager. Adults don’t have the time, but teens do, so they create a lot of fan pages or share all your photos with their friends.”

This isn’t the first time Chloe has addressed the troll, and she previously said the reaction on her lips is “crazy”.

“My fifteen minutes of fame has elicited a lot of positive reactions and it feels insanely good. It feels surreal to hear so many people say they love you on the show, it really does,” she told Variety at the time. “At the same time, it’s crazy how many people are talking about my lips being so big.”

“The number of headlines I’ve seen and the number of people posting and commenting on my lips is surreal,” added Chloe. “It’s crazy because you have to realize that at some point in my life I got those lips and nobody reacted that way — at least not on my face.”

Chloe concluded, “So it’s weird seeing memes and stuff because these conversation topics are on my body and I didn’t quite understand what the problem was.”

Despite dealing with trolls, Chloe couldn’t be happier to be a part of the Euphoria universe, because she was a “huge fan” of the show before being cast.

In fact, she was such a stan that she followed all of her castmates on social media before their first meeting.

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“I would find that I already knew the names of people on the set, even if they had very small parts, because I’d been on the show like that,” Chloe told Variety. “I loved it so much – everything about it. Going on set is the ultimate experience of a lifetime.”

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