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Ari Notartomaso Shares Heartfelt Goodbye to ‘Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies’

Grease Rise Of The Pink Ladies Crushing Me Full Performance Paramount 0 5 screenshot
Grease Rise Of The Pink Ladies Crushing Me Full Performance Paramount 0 5 screenshot
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Following the news of the cancellation and removal of ‘Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies’ from Paramount+, Ari Notartomaso, one of the cast members, has taken to Instagram to share a heartfelt message with fans.

In a poignant post, Notartomaso expressed deep sorrow over the cancellation of the show, attributing it to financial reasons. The post read, “Oh my loves. I’m so sorry. The money got the better of us I’m afraid and our show is being canceled and taken down. I have cried all day knowing that we got to make something that made us and so many people watching feel seen and represented, and, at the same time, that this is yet another show added to the list of diverse casts and sapphic main characters that were pulled after a first season.”

Ari Notartomaso’s words reflect the pain and disappointment shared by many who were involved in the production, as well as the fans who had connected with the show. The post also highlighted the significance of the show in representing diversity and sapphic characters, and how its cancellation adds to a growing list of shows with diverse casts that have faced a similar fate.

The message continued with a promise to fans, “But it happened and we’re here and I love you all so much. We may not have more Cynthia, but you’ll always have me (I promise you I’ll be auditioning for every little butch they let me till the day I die) ♥️ I will always be so proud of our little show with big shoes to fill, and so grateful for @annabeloakes who gave me the best year of my life and some of my best friends in the world. Love you so much Greasy Peeps, see you soon I promise.”

This touching farewell not only acknowledges the impact the show had on its audience but also pays tribute to the creator, Annabel Oakes, and the camaraderie developed among the cast members.

As fans and cast members alike mourn the loss of ‘Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies’, the conversation around the importance of representation and diversity in media continues to gain momentum. Ari Notartomaso’s heartfelt goodbye serves as a reminder of the power that television shows have in creating communities and the significance of diverse storytelling.

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Trevor Decker




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