Netflix 'The Circle': With Season 4 around the corner, find out what previous winners are up to

With the show premiering its fourth season, here are the deets on what the cast of the previous three seasons have been upto


                            Netflix 'The Circle': With Season 4 around the corner, find out what previous winners are up to
(L-R) Joey Sasso, Deleesa St. Agathe, James Andre Jefferson Jr. (Instagram/joeysasso/leesaunique/jamesjeffersonj)
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'The Circle,' a US Netflix reality TV show based on the successful British series of the same name, will premiere in 2020. Each season, a group of strangers enter a brightly furnished apartment building and participate in talks, activities, and rating others in the game, while keeping anonymous.

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In 'The Circle,' you can play yourself or pretend to be somebody else, known as a 'catfish'. Michelle Buteau hosts the lighthearted show, albeit she doesn't get to meet the players until the finale, when the $100,000 prize is awarded to the player who received the highest rating from the other participants. There are several additional editions of the social media game show from around the world, including in Brazil and France, but the article below emphasizes the winners from the US Netflix seasons of 'The Circle.'

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Where is Joey Sasso, the winner of 'The Circle' Season 1?

Joey Sasso, a rowdy actor, was crowned the champion of Season 1 of 'The Circle'. Joey has capitalized on his celebrity since the show's finale. After capturing the top spot on 'The Circle,' he has continued to pursue his dreams to be in the glamor industry. After all, he was only 18 when he traveled to Los Angeles with a dream to conquer Hollywood. Before his role in 'The Circle,' he created, produced, and performed in the independent film 'Young Lion of the West.' Following the conclusion of 'The Circle,' Joey joined A3 Artists Agency, which assisted him in landing a spot on the runway during New York Fashion Week. During the pandemic, Joey hosted an Instagram series called 'Heads or Tails,' in which he addressed expert questions regarding various aspects of COVID-19, ranging from student loans to job security. He also presented 'Faraway Bae,' a virtual dating program in which viewers voted on whom Diamond Jack, the main participant, must go on dates with each week. Joey appeared on the MTV show 'Match Me If You Can,' which was produced in partnership with Pepsi. Joey has his line of merchandise for people that want a little more "Broey Joey" in their lifestyles. Fans who believed Miranda from 'The Circle' was Joey's ideal match may be upset, but the two have verified that they are still pals and have spoken practically every day since the show concluded.

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Where is Deleesa St. Agathe, the winner of 'The Circle' Season 2?

DeLeesa St. Agathe was 'The Circle' Season 2 winner, much to the joy of viewers. The New Yorker won the $100,000 grand prize and had great plans to share it with her husband and kids. DeLeesa was a "mompreneur" before joining the show, with her own YouTube channel called 'Leesa Unique.' She is still dedicated to continuing her YouTube channel after winning the show, but she is also running her podcast and two online stores - Goodie Box Store and Be Unique Shoppe.

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Where is James Andre Jefferson Jr., the winner of 'The Circle' Season 3?

James is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles. Coming into 'The Circle,' his comedic ability offered him a significant advantage. His sense of humor was well received by the other players. His comments throughout his time on the show were also quite entertaining for fans of the show. Following his victory, James has continued to use his humorous talent on social media. He is quite active on TikTok, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram and often releases funny videos. The videos are mostly funny reactions or commentary on various bizarre videos James finds on the internet, or little rants/bits of stand-up he uploads about things he's been thinking about. Most of his YouTube videos have been viewed by tens of thousands of people. His fan base is comparable across all platforms. People are interested in following James and laughing with him long after his time on 'The Circle' ended.

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James is also the host of a podcast. The podcast is almost like a longer-form version of what he posts on social media. Rants and comic observations are presented over the course of an hour or more about problems that James deems serious or entertaining. In any case, it's good content. For everyone who enjoyed James' numerous jokes and chatty asides on 'The Circle,' the podcast is a godsend. He also occasionally engages with his fellow Season 3 castmates on social media. It appears that he still has strong relationships with many of his fellow castmates, which is always pleasant for fans to witness.

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