Tasia Lesley is one of the candidates for the next season of The Circle, which will premiere on Netflix on December 28, 2022. Players claim to be “romantically available as they fight for popularity with their isolated co-stars” in season 5, officially titled The Circle: Singles. While some of the contestants will be acting themselves and speaking the truth, “others will be carefully catfishing as a singleton” in the hopes of winning the $100,000 prize for Season 5. Season 5 promises more flirtation, drama, and shocks as these individuals compete to be awarded “top influencer.”
The Circle’s Tasia Lesley is the “CEO of comfortable.”
Tasia Lesley of The Circle presents herself on the program as the “CEO of comfortable,” as she “9 times out of 10” wears sweatpants. Tasia even said that the last time she wore a dress, she sobbed. Tasia, 29, was born in California and currently resides in Las Vegas. She is a writer and a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community. She also does hilarious skit-style TikTok videos.
The “cannabis aficionado” supports the “Black Lives Matter” movement and shares her thoughts on social media. She has petitioned for justice for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and she is a staunch opponent of racism. She will now appear on the program as Tamira, hoping to win the new season of the game show.
Season 5 of The Circle: What to Expect
Every week, Netflix will release a few episodes of The Circle, leading up to the finale, when the winner will receive a $100,000 cash prize. New characters will move into the same apartment complex in the program. The participants will not be able to see one another or hear each other’s voices. All contact will take place through a social media site created particularly for the presentation. The software allows individuals to depict themselves in whatever manner they choose. Participants will “rank” each other from first to last place during the performance. Finally, the average ratings will be shown in the order of lowest to highest. The two highest-rated players will then be designated as “Influencers,” while the other players will be “blocked” by the Influencers.
Due to the ‘Spice Girls’ surprise, the reward in Season 4 of The Circle increased from $100,000 to $150,000. Melanie Brown and Emma Bunton, both singers, went on the program and were able to keep their true identities hidden from the other contestants, adding $50,000 to the cash prize at the conclusion of the show.
Michelle Buteau, the show’s host, will greet the new participants. There will be many twists and turns throughout the series. Joey Sasso (season 1), Deleesa St. Agathe (season 2), James Andre Jefferson Jr. (season 3) and Frank Grimsley (season 4) were the winners of the reality program during the previous four seasons (season 4). Watch the new season of The Circle on Netflix on Wednesday.