Squid Game actress Reagan To, 10, says parents won’t let her watch show


She voiced the terrifying Red Light, Green Light doll in Squid Game’s English language dub.

But despite being known by millions of fans around the world, 10-year-old actress Reagan To still hasn’t watched the gory Netflix hit.

‘I have not watched any of it,’ To, who also voices the daughter of the main character, told The Morning Show on Tuesday. 

Off limits: Despite being known by millions around the world, 10-year-old Reagan To (right) still hasn’t watched the gory Netflix hit Squid Game, in which she voiced the Red Light, Green Light doll for the English language dub. Left: The Morning Show hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies

She did manage to fleetingly hear her voice in one scene ‘right before the violence’ began, but her mother abruptly turned off the TV.

The scene in question, in which Reagan voices a giant doll overseeing a deadly children’s game, features the show’s highest body count as losing contestants are mercilessly gunned down.

‘Even my brother – he’s 14 – my parents don’t even allow him to watch it,’ said To. 

Adult material: 'I have not watched any of it,' To, who also voices the daughter of the main character, told The Morning Show on Tuesday

Adult material: ‘I have not watched any of it,’ To, who also voices the daughter of the main character, told The Morning Show on Tuesday

Bloody: The famous scene in which Reagan voices a giant doll overseeing a deadly children's game has the show's highest body count as losing contestants are mercilessly gunned down

Bloody: The famous scene in which Reagan voices a giant doll overseeing a deadly children’s game has the show’s highest body count as losing contestants are mercilessly gunned down

The interview comes after Chrissy Teigen was slammed for dressing as the same character while throwing a Squid Game-inspired party for her VIP friends last week.

At the cookbook author’s soirée, guests dressed up like the characters and played high-stakes children’s games, like in the dystopian series from South Korea, where indebted players take on a life-or-death competition for cash.

The internet was quick to call out Chrissy, 35, for her ‘tone-deaf’ celebration, pointing out the irony of the ultra-wealthy masquerading as the poor, desperate characters from the show.

‘I’m sorry rich people are literally so tone deaf,’ one critic tweeted. ‘Squid Game was literally about people whose lives were so awful because of being poor that they’d rather play a game of literal life or death to escape going back to poverty and chrissy teigen is really reenacting it in her mansion.’

Think it through: Chrissy Teigen was recently slammed as 'out of touch' for throwing a Squid Game-inspired party for her VIP friends last week

Think it through: Chrissy Teigen was recently slammed as ‘out of touch’ for throwing a Squid Game-inspired party for her VIP friends last week

'Tone deaf': The internet was quick to call out Chrissy, 35, for her 'tone-deaf' celebration, pointing out the irony of the ultra-wealthy masquerading as the poor, desperate characters from the show

‘Tone deaf’: The internet was quick to call out Chrissy, 35, for her ‘tone-deaf’ celebration, pointing out the irony of the ultra-wealthy masquerading as the poor, desperate characters from the show

Another Twitter user said: ‘Taking personal offense at the complete lack of self awareness Chrissy Teigen must have in order to throw a Squid Game-themed party where she watches her rich friends ‘fight to the death.’ The commentary just writes itself…’

Guests included Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell, according to People.

Servers were costumed as the show’s anonymous henchmen and the party was decorated with a huge piggy bank full of cash hovering above, just like in the show.

Social media posts from the event revealed the guests had been competing for a trip to Napa and dinner at the Michelin-starred French Laundry restaurant. 

One person added: ‘Usually I’m a fan of Chrissy Teigen but there’s something super f**ked up and weird about spending the weekend cosplaying Squid Game with your incredibly rich friends.’

Opinions: There were plenty of people talking about the party

Opinions: There were plenty of people talking about the party

There: Guests included Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell

There: Guests included Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell 

Another remarked: ‘Yknow what, I’m tired of being self aware and trying to live a judgment free life. 

‘I wish to be as ignorant as Chrissy Teigen hosting a Squid Game party with her rich LA friends.’ 

Someone else reminded the internet of Kylie Jenner’s poorly thought out Handmaid’s Tale fête from 2019, asking: ‘Who do you think missed the point more: Kylie Jenner and her Handmaid’s Tale party or Chrissy Teigen with her Squid Game party?’ 

‘The simply unmatched irony of john legend and chrissy teigen hosting a squid game party for all their rich celeb friends,’ another posted along with gleeful photos of the soiree.

Chrissy didn’t appear to recognise any irony, gushing about her party online on Saturday.

Up for debate: Someone else reminded the internet of Kylie Jenner's poorly thought out Handmaid's Tale fête from 2019, asking: 'Who do you think missed the point more: Kylie Jenner and her Handmaid's Tale party or Chrissy Teigen with her Squid Game party?'

Up for debate: Someone else reminded the internet of Kylie Jenner’s poorly thought out Handmaid’s Tale fête from 2019, asking: ‘Who do you think missed the point more: Kylie Jenner and her Handmaid’s Tale party or Chrissy Teigen with her Squid Game party?’

The help: All of the event's servers were costumed as the anonymous orange jumpsuit-wearing henchmen

The help: All of the event’s servers were costumed as the anonymous orange jumpsuit-wearing henchmen

Taking to Instagram to share a look at the festivities, she wrote: ‘Where do I even begin!! 

‘What an absolutely epic night. my dream came true of watching my friends fight to the death! dunk tank, musical chairs, hide and seek followed by a very riveting final game of pin the tail on the donkey.’

Chrissy and John did not dress as the desperate characters, but instead played the murderous Robot Girl from episode one and a wealthy benefactor enjoying the battle royale in the later episodes. 

Teigen recently began her first media tour of the year to promote her latest cookbook, Cravings: All Together, a stark contrast for the usually public-facing persona who took some time to reflect on the past these last few months. 

Eager: The party was decorated with a huge piggy bank full of cash hovering above, just like in the show

Eager: The party was decorated with a huge piggy bank full of cash hovering above, just like in the show

Grand prize: Social media revealed that the guests had been competing for a trip to Napa and dinner at the Michelin-starred French Laundry restaurant

Grand prize: Social media revealed that the guests had been competing for a trip to Napa and dinner at the Michelin-starred French Laundry restaurant

Teigen has been the target of backlash since her abusive tweets originally made in 2011 resurfaced online, including one that urged a then 16-year-old Courtney Stodden to kill themselves.   

Stodden recently claimed that Teigen has yet to personally apologize for her actions, but Chrissy told TMZ in September that she ‘reached out to’ Stodden via text.

During the same interview, Chrissy was asked about Addison Rae’s backlash for introducing herself to Donald Trump at a UFC fight, which she replied: ‘I have decided I’m not getting involved in anyone’s s**t ever again.’

Chrissy attempted to right a few of her wrongs with an apology shared to Medium in June — which was her first time speaking out since taking a social media hiatus after a host of bullying allegations came to light.

‘Hi all. It has been a VERY humbling few weeks,’ she wrote. ‘I know I’ve been quiet, and lord knows you don’t want to hear about me, but I want you to know I’ve been sitting in a hole of deserved global punishment, the ultimate ‘sit here and think about what you’ve done.’

She added: ‘Not a day, not a single moment has passed where I haven’t felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I’ve said in the past.’

Back in action: Chrissy recently began her first media tour of the year to promote her latest cookbook, Cravings: All Together, a stark contrast for the usually public-facing persona who took some time to reflect on the past these last few months

Back in action: Chrissy recently began her first media tour of the year to promote her latest cookbook, Cravings: All Together, a stark contrast for the usually public-facing persona who took some time to reflect on the past these last few months

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