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Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page Reads You A Bedtime Story
The Emmy-winning television mogul told Variety she thought the actor was "really smart" for exiting the smash Netflix series after just one season.
"Bridgerton" racked up a total of 12 nods for the 2021 awards ceremony.
The “Hot Duke” confirmed earlier this month that he wouldn’t return for Season 2 of the Netflix hit, which is executive produced by Rhimes.
The costume drama's breakout hunk declined to appear in Season 2 anyway, The Hollywood Reporter says.
The "Last Week Tonight" host used the star's shocking departure to explain that the trillions the U.S. owes isn't quite as dire as it seems.
The 31-year-old British-Zimbabwean actor, whom fans gushed over in season one of the hit Netflix show, said it's been a "privilege" to be part of the cast.
We burn for the "Bridgerton" star, who hosted "Saturday Night Live" this week.