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Sydney Sweeney cringes and gives a very unconvincing reaction when shown an AI-generated image of herself at Samsung conference

Sydney Sweeney appeared to be uncomfortable after being shown an AI-generated image of herself during Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event in Paris on Wednesday.

When asked what she thought of the company’s ability to generate a 3D image based on a portrait of her, the 26-year-old Euphoria star appeared to cringe as she looked at the photo that had been taken of her.

“Awww, I love it,” the two-time Emmy nominee said, unconvincingly, as she remained seated in the audience. “It’s amazing that you can take a picture like that.”

The images quickly went viral after fans noticed that she didn’t seem happy with the stylized avatar of her face.

“Look at her face bro, she hates it,” wrote one X user.

Sydney Sweeney appeared uncomfortable after being shown an AI-generated image of herself during Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday.

Sydney Sweeney appeared uncomfortable after being shown an AI-generated image of herself during Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday.

Another tweeted: ‘That’s an awkward place to be put. [sobbing emoji].

A third wrote that Sweeney’s response “didn’t seem very genuine,” while a fourth said she looked “uncomfortable.”

“She looks terrified,” a fifth X-user noted. “She looks like she wants to run out of there.”

Others speculated that the actress only showed up “for a check.”

A small number of people insisted that the image looked “nothing like” Sweeney.

This is Sweeney’s second Samsung Unpacked as a Samsung celebrity partner.

In addition to Sweeney making a cameo in the livestream, K-pop group Tomorrow x Together also appeared in a pre-recorded segment.

Sydney rose to fame with her role as Cassie Howard in Euphoria, which premiered in 2019. Since then, she’s gone from strength to strength, recently starring in the films Madame Web, Immaculate, and Anyone But You.

When asked what she thought of the company's ability to generate a 3D image based on a portrait of her, the 26-year-old Euphoria star appeared to cringe as she looked at the photo that had been taken of her

When asked what she thought of the company's ability to generate a 3D image based on a portrait of her, the 26-year-old Euphoria star appeared to cringe as she looked at the photo that had been taken of her

When asked what she thought of the company’s ability to generate a 3D image based on a portrait of her, the 26-year-old Euphoria star appeared to cringe as she looked at the photo that had been taken of her

The images quickly went viral after fans noticed that she didn't seem happy with the stylized avatar of her face

The images quickly went viral after fans noticed that she didn't seem happy with the stylized avatar of her face

The images quickly went viral after fans noticed that she didn’t seem happy with the stylized avatar of her face

“Look at her face bro, she hates it,” wrote one X user

“Look at her face bro, she hates it,” wrote one X user

“Look at her face bro, she hates it,” wrote one X user

Another tweeted: 'That's an awkward place to be put. [sobbing emoji].

Another tweeted: 'That's an awkward place to be put. [sobbing emoji].

Another tweeted: ‘That’s an awkward place to be put. [sobbing emoji].

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The actress also founded Fifty-Fifty Films, her own production company, an idea that came about during COVID.

Sydney was born in Spokane, Washington, a small town near the Washington-Idaho border. She became interested in acting after appearing as an extra in a film filmed in her hometown.

She began getting commercial assignments and auditioning for roles in Seattle and Portland, and at age 13, she moved with her family to LA.

In her cover story for Women’s Health, Sydney talked about the beginning of her career and her dream of becoming a successful actress.

‘I started [acting] when I was 11, 12 years old, and it’s only in the last couple of years that anyone has really been interested in talking to me. There were a good eight, all-night years where no one said yes. It was just me pushing through all the no’s.’

Addition: ‘I’ve seen my parents lose a lot. We filed for bankruptcy and they lost their home on the lake.’

The house she was talking about is the house she bought back for her family, which belonged to her great-grandparents.

“We couldn’t afford to live in L.A. We couldn’t afford to live anywhere,” the star told the magazine

A third wrote that Sweeney's response

A third wrote that Sweeney's response

A third wrote that Sweeney’s response “didn’t seem very genuine,” while a fourth said she looked “uncomfortable”

1720647672 1 Sydney Sweeney cringes and gives a very unconvincing reaction when

1720647672 1 Sydney Sweeney cringes and gives a very unconvincing reaction when

“She looks terrified,” a fifth X-user noted. “She looks like she wants to run out of there.”

Others speculated that the actress only showed up 'for a check'

Others speculated that the actress only showed up 'for a check'

Others speculated that the actress only showed up ‘for a check’

A small handful of people insisted the image looked 'nothing like' Sweeney

A small handful of people insisted the image looked 'nothing like' Sweeney

A small handful of people insisted the image looked ‘nothing like’ Sweeney

In 2016, she briefly worked at Universal Studios Hollywood, but left after landing two acting roles: Cassidy Way and The Horde.

She also babysat and cleaned bathrooms to support herself and her family while pursuing her dream.

“It was hard because they supported my dream, and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. I didn’t want to let them down. No matter how long it took, I was going to be in a TV show or a movie, and I wasn’t going to stop until something happened,” she said.

The star briefly studied at UCLA before focusing on her acting career.

In 2021, Sydney spoke to AP about her dream of becoming successful and being able to buy a house for her divorced parents when she turns 18 — helping to get her family back together.

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The star has been candid about her struggles to find success as an actress, telling the outlet, “There were many, many years where I was told ‘No’ endlessly. I was told I wasn’t good enough, that I would never make it, that I wasn’t pretty enough — all the time. And my parents were like, ‘Am we doing this right?’”

Her debut film role was in ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction in 2009.

She made her television debut in 2009 in Heroes, followed by Criminal Minds. The following year she also had two small roles in Chase and 90210, plus a number of small film roles, including The Opium Eater, Takeo, Night Blind and The Ward.

Sydney rose to fame with her role as Cassie Howard in Euphoria, which premiered in 2019; she's since gone from strength to strength, recently starring in the films Madame Web, Immaculate and Anyone But You (coming February 2024).

Sydney rose to fame with her role as Cassie Howard in Euphoria, which premiered in 2019; she's since gone from strength to strength, recently starring in the films Madame Web, Immaculate and Anyone But You (coming February 2024).

Sydney rose to fame with her role as Cassie Howard in Euphoria, which premiered in 2019; she’s since gone from strength to strength, recently starring in the films Madame Web, Immaculate and Anyone But You (coming February 2024).

In 2011, Sydney landed a role in an episode of Kickin’ It and in the TV movie The Bling Ring; in 2014, she starred in Grey’s Anatomy and in Angels in Stardust, with a role in The Martial Arts Kid in 2015.

In 2017, she voiced a character in Monster School Animation, followed by The Middle and Pretty Little Liars, Vikes, Dead Ant and It Happened Again Last Night.

She appeared in 10 episodes of Everything Sucks! as Emaline Addario in 2018.

Three years later – in 2018 and at the age of 21 – Sydney landed a role in The Handmaid’s Tale. She played the character Eden Spencer for seven episodes.

“When I first got on set, I thought, ‘I’m really here. This is what my mom and I always talked about,’” she recalls.

She then had a recurring role on Sharp Objects, playing Alice for seven episodes, followed by a role in the short-lived TV series Maniac and the TV movie The Wrong Daughter.

In terms of films, Sydney had a number of small roles in 2018: Relentless, Under the Silver Lake and Along Came the Devil.

In 2019, the beauty landed the role of high school student Cassie Howard in the television series Euphoria; she starred in both seasons and is expected to appear in season 3 as well, although it is not yet in production.

She also landed the role of Dianne ‘Snake’ Lake in Quentin Tarantino’s 2019 film Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The blonde star played Juliet Lowe in 2020’s Nocture and was seen in 2021’s The Voyeurs and Night Teeth.

In 2021, the actress played Olivia Mossbacher in The White Lotus, a leading role in the first season.

Sydney starred in the 2023 blockbuster Anyone But You, opposite Glen Powell, and has also had roles in Americana and Reality. Lead roles in Madame Web and Immaculate followed.

Sydney was born in Spokane, Washington — a small town near the Washington-Idaho border — and became interested in acting after appearing as an extra in a film shot in her hometown (pictured in March 2024)

Sydney was born in Spokane, Washington — a small town near the Washington-Idaho border — and became interested in acting after appearing as an extra in a film shot in her hometown (pictured in March 2024)

Sydney was born in Spokane, Washington — a small town near the Washington-Idaho border — and became interested in acting after appearing as an extra in a film shot in her hometown (pictured in March 2024)

She has two projects in post-production: Echo Valley and Eden.

Sydney told Women’s Health that her family means everything to her.

“My cousins ​​are my best friends… I love my family and I love where I come from. Whatever my family needs, I’m always there for them.”

The movie star has a small social circle outside her family, made up of people she says share her values: kindness and loyalty.

“I truly believe that kindness is the most important quality a person can have, because whoever you meet on your way up, you’ll see on your way down. I try to be as loyal to my people as I can, and I hope they return the favor. I also love seeing everyone succeed together.”

“I look up to the older version of myself. When I was 10, I looked up to the 25-year-old version of myself, and now I look up to my 50-year-old version. I hope I make decisions that she would be proud of,” she added.

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