Controversial Byron Bay influencer Ruby Tuesday Matthews has criticized Netflix’s upcoming reality series Byron Baes.
On Thursday, the streaming giant announced the upcoming release of an eight-episode series on the glamorous lives of Byron Bay’s biggest Instagram stars.
And while Ruby, 26, could have been a fascinating addition to the cast, the Instagram star has made it clear that she will not be making an appearance.
‘Goodbye Byron Bay, you’re officially done’: Ruby Tuesday Matthews, 26, (pictured) slammed new Netflix series Byron Baes, while claiming she turned down an offer to appear on the show
Posting to Instagram Stories, the mother-of-two posted a promotional poster for Byron Baes alongside the caption: ‘For anyone asking if I’ll be on this show. I declined the offer.
“Goodbye Byron, you are officially done.” How embarrassing, ”she added.
Ruby also used the hashtag “ #ShireRepeat? A reference to the disastrous 2012 Channel 10 reality show about the glamorous residents of Sutherland Shire in Sydney.
Thanks, but no thanks: While posting to Instagram Stories, the mother-of-two uploaded a promotional poster for Byron Baes alongside the caption: ‘For anyone asking if I’ll be on this show. I declined the offer ‘
Although Ruby will not make an appearance on Byron Baes, the Sydney Morning Herald has claimed that her influential colleague Elyse Knowles is “ in a hot rush ” for a lead role.
Byron Baes will follow influencers in their day-to-day lives, but will not criticize influencer culture.
Netflix content director for Australia and New Zealand Que Minh Luu said giving the show the go-ahead was a “ no-brainer. ”
Not impressed: “Goodbye Byron, you are officially done. How embarrassing, said Ruby
You remember it? Ruby also used the hashtag “ #ShireRepeat? A reference to the 2012 Channel 10 disastrous reality show about the glamorous residents of Sutherland Shire in Sydney.
“ You have this cabal, or the live stream as we’ve called it, of Instagrammers, all of whom live in Byron, and there’s a lot of it, ” Ms. Luu said.
“I’m not going to judge anyone for having a product to sell. The musicians have music to sell. I have ideas to sell, ”Ms. Luu added.
A press release from the program describes Byron Baes as a “docu-soap series.”
Back to TV: According to the Sydney Morning Herald, The Block star and model Elyse Knowles (pictured) is in ‘hot rush’ for a lead role
“This is our love letter to Byron Bay,” he says.
‘It’s not just Chris [Hemsworth] and Zac [Efron]the back yard; it’s the playground for more celebrity-adjacent influencers than you can steal a selfie-stick.
There will also be “ fights and guns and sorrows. ”
Structured reality: A press release from the show describes Byron Baes as a ‘docu-soap series’
Byron Baes is produced by Eureka Productions.
Emma Lamb, who is known for her work on Married at First Sight and The Real Housewives of Sydney, will be the executive producer.
Byron Bay has become a celebrity hotspot in recent years, after Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, built a $ 30 million mega-mansion near Broken Head.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been an influx of Hollywood stars to the region, including Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy.
Destination A-list: Byron Bay has become a celebrity hotspot in recent years, after Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, built a $ 30 million mega-mansion near Broken Head
Prominent visitors: Since the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been an influx of Hollywood stars to the area, including Zac Efron (right), Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy