Megan Thee Stallion (real name Megan Jovon Ruth Pete) has left Season 3 of Legendary and is no longer a panel member.
The third season of Legendary was missing “sexy chick sh*t”, which Megan Thee Stallion didn’t have as a judge.
Fans who watched Legendary knew that the Grammy-winning rapper wouldn’t return to the jury for the show’s third season. However, many viewers were perplexed when they saw the latest season of Legendary. HBO Max And I didn’t see Megan on the jury.
Who will replace Megan Thee Stallion?
American actress, singer, and television presenter Keke Palmer is acting immediately on her behalf. Keke Palmer’s presence on her Legendary Season 3 panel guarantees she’ll make a lot of appearances on our screens in 2022.
Palmer’s distinctive voice can also be heard on Netflix’s Human Resources, Disney+’s The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, and Pixar’s highly anticipated Toy Story spinoff Lightyear.
During the third season, Megan’s relationship with Legendary ended without an official explanation at the time of this writing. The news came as a video of model Cara Delevingne crashing Megan Thee Stallion’s red carpet moment at the Billboard Music Awards went viral on Sunday.
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Thee Stallion was announced as part of Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Tour, which began on February 9, 2022 in Miami, Florida. This indicates that Thee Stallion started rehearsing for tour in January and toured with Lipa in February. Legendary seemed to be filming a third season at the time, so it was difficult for the rapper to be in two places at once.
In addition to the Future Nostalgia Tour, Thee Stallion released new songs and music videos for these hits during the first few months of 2022, including “Lick” with Shensee and “Sweetest Pie” with Dua Lipa.
It’s no secret that Thee Stallion enjoyed her time as a judge on Legendary, and she could return for the next season of the reality show. However, by the third season, the rapper didn’t quite work out of schedule.