Hannah Waddingham Don't want to Ted Lasso To End.

By Nitin Singh

Hannah Waddingham, the talented actress portraying Rebecca Welton in the popular series Ted Lasso, expressed her desire for the show to continue its journey. 

Waddingham's portrayal of the multifaceted and charismatic character has earned her critical acclaim and numerous awards, captivating audiences with the transformation of a cold-hearted boss into a warm-hearted friend

While Waddingham is best known for her acting prowess, fans may be surprised to learn that she is also a gifted singer and a seasoned veteran of musical theatre.

Her impressive resume includes starring roles in West End productions like Spamalot, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods, and The Wizard of Oz, leading to three Olivier Award nominations.

She has also graced the screens in films such as Les Misérables and The Hustle, as well as notable TV shows like Game of Thrones and S*x Education.

Working with the exceptional cast and crew has fostered a deep affection, leading her to declare,

"We can't step away from it. We don't want to step away from it. I don't think any of us have ever been involved in something where every single element is so joyful."

During the interview, Waddingham shared delightful anecdotes from behind the scenes, such as the improvised moment where she sings "Let It Go" from Frozen in Season 1. 

She also spoke about her bond with co-star Jason Sudeikis, as they connected over their shared love for music.

Waddingham commended Sudeikis for his exceptional generosity, describing him as the most considerate person she has ever worked with, ensuring that everyone feels valued and appreciated.

Expressing her gratitude towards the devoted fans of Ted Lasso, Waddingham acknowledged their overwhelming response to the show and its uplifting message of kindness and optimism.

She noted, "The response has been overwhelming. I think people are just so hungry for something that makes them feel good, that makes them laugh, that makes them cry, that makes them think."

In Waddingham's view, Ted Lasso serves as a gentle reminder of our shared humanity, flaws, and the potential for growth.

She beautifully summed it up, saying, "Ted Lasso is a show that reminds us that we're all human beings, we all make mistakes, we all have flaws, but we can also all be better. And I think that's a beautiful thing."