God knows what selling sunset would be without Maya Vander. Maya refused to film scenes for selling sunset since the start of the COVID pandemic.
She is scared and doesn’t want to take any chance with her health or her baby’s.
This pandemic has taught us a lot. Mostly it has taught that something material so small that it is nonexistent with naked eyes can stop the functioning of the whole world.
“We filmed the week of everything shutting down [in March],” the Netflix star exclusively told Us Weekly on Tuesday, July 7, while promoting the show’s third season.
“We had the final interviews and I was already in Miami because I’m seven months pregnant and I was, like, ‘OK, I can try to make it back in March to do a few pickup scenes,” Maya said.
Maya is a mother to her fourteen-year-old son, Aiden, and 2-month-old daughter, Elle. “I was supposed to fly the weekend before everything shut down officially,” she continued. “I told them, ‘Yeah, no way I’m not flying.
So if you guys need any scenes from me, unfortunately, it’s not going to happen. Use what you filmed with me before,’ because I wasn’t risking flying during the beginning of what looked like a pandemic to L.A. and being on a plane,” she explained.
Since Maya withdrew from the shooting, the producers were disappointed but later they understood the situation and canceled the production fully. fore the series for the time being. The pandemic has already affected the show a lot even before people cautious about their health.
The sunset star Maya also told us that Quinn “was weak” and “had a fever,” she added “sick to the point where the wedding was a big question mark.”
Even though the show has suffered so much loss Season 3 of Selling Sunset will drop on Netflix on Friday, August 7. Stay tuned.