Ayo Adebiri capsizes Carmi-Sydney ship on Bear

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 14: Ayo Adebiri attends the red carpet of the 2nd Annual HCA TV Awards - streaming at The Beverly Hilton on August 14, 2022 in Beverly Hills, Calif.  (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage)

ayo adebiri Performing as the talented sous-chef Sydney in Sydney “Bear” Made him a breakout star. In an August 16 interview with tv lineshe addressed the future of the show, which has been picked up for second season, at the center of the story expressing his enthusiasm for the next iteration of the restaurant. “I think it will be really exciting that the crew of Beef, now the Bears, go to some other business venture instead of fixing problems and paying off debt,” she said. “I’m excited for so many ridiculous things, I’m sure there will be reasons for it.”

One thing she doesn’t anticipate to happen in the second season is some sort of romantic relationship between her character and Jeremy Allen White Head Chef Karmi. Addressing fans who sent the pair, Adebiri said, “I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but I don’t think so. I don’t think so. And Jeremy has said it too.”

26 July interview in the magazine, White actually said that he doesn’t like the idea of ​​two expert cooks getting together. Regarding the Sydney-Carmi relationship, he said, “I hope it is not explored for Sydney in a later season.” “I just love their relationship [as it is]How much respect they have for each other, and a shared history, even when not together. They have gone through similar traumas and they really see each other. I would brush off whatever I love about their relationship to add romance or sensuality.”

Troubled despite the lack of romance on screen, heavy taut Carmy has become a real sex symbol in her own right, connecting with another messy-haired “dirtbag” characters to like Dylan O’Brien’s Colin in “Not OK” As a new kind of lust-inducing leading man.

While romance isn’t at the heart of “The Bear,” the show isn’t completely devoid of it. In Adebiri’s opinion, the “sexiest” relationship on the show is “between Marcus (played by Lionel Boyce) and Donuts,” he said, referring to the chef’s passionate dedication to creating the perfect pastry. “So I root for him, I root for Lionel and Donuts.”

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