Ayo Edebiri Drags a Reluctant Jeremy Allen White Into a TikTok on Set of The Bear Season 3

If there's one thing Jeremy Allen White is not saying "yes, Chef!" to, it's TikTok

Published Time: 28.06.2024 - 00:31:04 Modified Time: 28.06.2024 - 00:31:04

If there's one thing Jeremy Allen White is not saying "yes, Chef!" to, it's TikTok.

While Ayo Edebiri likes to have some fun on set in between takes, her costar on The Bear is less keen on getting in front of a phone camera to dance for a TikTok.

Edebiri, 28, posted a video dancing and goofing off while on set of the hit FX series on June 27, in celebration of season 3's premiere the night before.

"all episodes of The Bear are out now on Hulu/Disney+ byeeeeee," she captioned the video, which saw her and Matty Matheson, who plays Fak, dancing to "Magnetic" by ILLIT in a kitchen.

She eventually tried to drag White, 33, into the frame, and he reluctantly obliged, carrying his water bottle in his hands as Matheson, 42, pointed at him excitedly.

While Edebiri and Matheson continued dancing, White shook his head and gave Edebiri a look before racing out of the frame. The other two actors finished out the video, dancing to the song for the remaining few seconds.

"Musical ep cut," Matheson commented on the video.

Fans of The Bear particularly love the friendship between Edebiri and White,and many want that affection to extend into a romantic storyline for their characters on the show. However, both the actors shut down that idea pretty definitively ahead of season 3's premiere.

During a press conference, they both immediately said "No," when asked if -

a romance between White's Carmy and Edebiri's Sydney had been considered, Vanity Fair reported.

"There was no talk in the rooms about any romantic implications," White said, adding that his character has "got a lot going on in his mind all the time and people aren't always aware of exactly what's going on."

Edebiri said that her character has "really looked up to" Carmy, but now that she's "in the thick of doing business with him, it's a lot more chaotic than she might have idealized before they really started working together."

Season 3 sees Carmy, Sydney and Richie (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) do whatever it takes to "elevate The Bear, their beef stand turned fine dining establishment, to the highest level, all while doing their best just to stay in business."

As "Carmy pushes himself harder than ever, and demands excellence from his crew, who do their best to match his intensity," the whole team is pushed to "new levels." But there's "stress on the bonds that hold the restaurant together," according to the official synopsis.

Never miss a story — sign up forPEOPLE's free daily newsletterto stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.

Season 3 of The Bear is now streaming on Hulu.

Related Articles

Follow Us