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It was inevitable.
"I have a rule which states that I will not be seen in fluorescent lighting without sunglasses."
Did you know that Brad’s 38? The oldest woman recruited for the show is 32. Miss Melissa, the waitress from Connecticut, is six years Brad’s junior and was denied a rose the second week. (Although, to be fair, I have a feeling it had less to do with her age and more to do with her Vienna horse face/the fact that she was CRAZY.)
Here’s the deal, people. I love reality TV as much as the next person. I die over the fake words and ridiculous sayings that The Situation or Rachel Zoe come up with every week and immediately go ba-nanas figuring out how I will incorporate said words into my daily vernacular.
Monday’s Bachelor Pad finally proved that the popular girls will always win. And homely (relatively speaking, of course), single girls will always go home alone...in stretch limos....to their cats.
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There were so many life lessons packed into last night's Bachelor Pad. For example, all breathing sounds like heavy breathing when you’ve got a 200 lb dude laying on top of you and your mic. The shower is not a private place. Pie is gross, but throwing up is not necessarily a turn-off....
Reality television has created some interesting characters the last few years. And by "interesting" I mean "people I want to punch in the face." Celebrities like Speidi and the Karadashian crew have infiltrated all corners of Hollywood and for what? Big booties and bushy beards? Embarrassing baby daddy's and even more embarrassing "albums"?
The Bachelor's been on so long that it's starting to look more dated and more scripted than the always-classy Blind Date series of the '90s. Dating shows in general have become boring and stale. Because, let's be honest, no one wants to watch one more good-looking-average-Joe go on dates. No, we want to watch full-fledged A-list celebrities who spend more time in tabloids than in the movies and on stage find true love.