"With some contestants I'm just like, ‘You're a piece of shit. And I want to ruin you’."
The government apparently paid ‘Bachelor’ stars to be influencers, which, sure.
After an extremely disappointing season that failed in its handling of race, the reality series needs to be reevaluated and reinvented.
Bring them your nanas, your pop-pops, your card-carrying AARP members for a potential 'Bachelor' spinoff.
The show casts naîve twentysomethings, then constantly questions their maturity—all the while reinforcing outdated ideas around love. Is that why its success rate is so awful?
While it’s hard to get those doing the lying to reflect, their witnesses were willing to talk.
WATCH: Australian 'Bachelorette' Contestant Ruins Chances by Demonstrating Total Incomprehension of Avocados
Trigger warning: This is avocado brutality and it WILL cost you a rose.
The most recent Bachelorette fundamentally changed the show's standing. And set an incredibly high bar for the incoming Bachelor.