Also, all of these dating shows are just getting out of hand. They all revolve around some traditionally handsome man who seems to have a great job, but it always makes me wonder, why can't he meet a woman in real life? What is wrong with him that he has to go on a dating show and have "dates" aka hook up sessions with 20 girls?
These "dates" are so unrealistic, too. None of these can probably afford a date on a yacht with champagne service and butlers. No, the most romantic date these girls would probably go on would be at the Olive Garden. Which is why I think these shows never pan out, I think they all fall in love with the lifestyle more than they do the guy. Heck, I bet the uni bomber could even seem romantic and perfect if every detail was planned out for him.
Oh! I found these funny quotes from Rozlyn Papa, the trouble maker on "The Bachelor":
She says the scandal has seeped "into my personal life. I have a 7-year-old little boy at home that I want to look up to me, and to have this blatant lie out there perpetuated by the show itself, it's hurtful. It's scary to think what my son will think of me."Um...he'll think that you messed up the chance to have a pilot as his new daddy.
She insists she merely befriended a male producer (who has since been fired) -- but nothing more. "I would absolutely call him a friend," she says. "A good friend."Such a good friend they had "benefits." Good "benefits." And not the free health care kind.
Adds Papa, "It really comes down to my son. Why would you go on national television and throw a mom under the bus like that?"Why would you go on national television if you were concerned what other people were going to think of you?