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วิดีโอนี้ได้รับการสนับสนุนโดย monday.com คลิกที่นี่เพื่อทดลองใช้งานฟรี 28 วัน: ในตอนนี้ Chelsea ได้แบ่งประเด็นต่างๆ ของแฟรนไชส์ ​​The Bachelor ตั้งแต่ค่าใช้จ่ายสูงในการแสดงไปจนถึงปัญหาการล่วงละเมิดในที่ทำงาน สคริปต์ที่เขียนโดย Princess Weekes: รายได้ปริญญาตรี: คดีฟ้องร้องในชั้นเรียน: Shawn Ryan คำพูด: Farm Hunk SNL skit: Final rose ผู้ชนะโดยการแข่งขัน: Rachel Lindsay การจัดอันดับฤดูกาล: Lee Garrett ทวีต: Victoria Fuller การโต้เถียง: Hannah Brown เหตุการณ์: ค่าใช้จ่ายในการคัดเลือก: ข้อมูลคู่รัก: กฎแหวน 2 ปี: คู่รักยังอยู่ด้วยกัน: สัมภาษณ์ Becky Steenhoek: สัมภาษณ์ Corrinne Olympios: ปริญญาตรีในการสืบสวนเรื่อง Paradise: เข้าร่วมช่องทางนี้เพื่อเข้าถึงสิทธิพิเศษ: เว็บไซต์ The Financial Diet: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: .

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  1. Well, I'm Asian and I know better not to bring dishonour to my family lol. The Bachelor always tends to be full of drama and to be frank….have unrealistic standards of beauty. If I'm looking for a well paid professional office job I would want to be taken seriously and keep a low profile.

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  2. I can’t begin to express how happy I am to see videos like these that directly and openly challenge the obvious & blatant racism that exists not only within the Bachelor but in all American reality television. It’s one of the main reasons why I don’t watch it. So many racist interactions & production choices happen right in front of everyone that is never acknowledged and it leaves me feeling like I’m crazy because of this. THANK YOU!

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  3. To say nothing of (a) the show creators own track record with women, wives in particular, (b) the host’s transformation from wholesome husband/father to, well, not, (c) and the simple fact that seriously dating 2-20 people is the worst plan in the history of dating to build trust and develop a healthy foundation for married life.

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  4. Aside from the last part, I have a hard time finding empathy for the contestants.

    These are the same people that raise the beauty standard and monetary standard for success on instagram and in the work place… thus making things like being a careeer woman more expensive. Promotions shouldn't be given on who is "most presentable" or "what successful people look like according to the media". No one should need to get surgeries or spend $400+ on look maintenance (tan, lashes, hair, nails, waxing etc) to be promoted.

    These are the same people who continuesly self-promote and step over others instead of helping their communities. Maybe some of them are more normal and kind… but they choose to associate themselves with this culture.

    No one should be harrassed but other than that … no empathy from me …

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  5. 1. Show's diversity issues
    2. Racism amongst contestants
    3. The cost of being casted
    4. Few couples actually make it
    5. Sexual harassment lawsuit

    Couple of these truth – yet important – don't really dive into cost of the show

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  6. I have a hard time complaining about lack of diversity in something that I think is just stupid to begin with.
    Why would we want minorities to share our shame?

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  7. I don't understand people who are aware of fakeness and frankly damaging moral influence of reality shows and yet keep watching. If the viewership drops enough, they'll stop making them. Do your bit and boycott this tripe.

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  8. It seems like a bunch of people are complaining that this horrible show isn't diverse enough. 🤷‍♀️ It's a trash show, like all reality TV programs. I would simply like to see people finding something better to do with there time.

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  9. I hate that I know this but it's worth noting that most of those "successful" couples got together outside the show / through bachelor in paradise and so might not count as successes from the two major shows

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  10. For years it was a known secret in the industry that it was Mike Fleiss who didn't want diversity on the show. He was confronted more than once and never answered the question or shrugged it off.

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  11. A number of IG accounts announced Chris Harrison’s departure and all the comments had a veil of racism. Why are they so attached to a man who speaks for 5 minutes on a show? Because they want to voice their complaint that they don’t care about anything anti-racist.

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  12. Successful people don’t become that way overnight. What people see at a glance wealth, a great career, purpose is the result of hard work and hustle over time. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life.

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  13. I'd love to hear you analyse Married at First Sight as well! Not too sure about the US version, but the Australian version has had some serious allegations about mistreatment of the contestants (force feeding alcohol included), and a lot of cast members have spoken about being driven into debt by being on the show.

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  14. Reality tv shows are not going away and there will always be participants/contestants no matter the cost. The real question is why isn't ABC paying them? They make so much money from their emotional turmoil and triumphs. They should at least pay them. That's the very least they could do.

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  15. I've lived long enough on planet earth to proudly say I've been around since the first episode of The Bachelor and have never watched one single second of that show. I wouldn't recognize any of the dudes or the ladies if they were walking down my street wearing a "I was on the Bachelor(ette)" t-shirt

    The only force on this planet that could get me to listen to fifteen minutes about that trash is Chelsea Fagan. That's it. If my own mother brought this up in a conversation I'd probably hang up the phone on her 😂

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  16. I really don't understand the appeal of these shows. I would only ever watch if they would take Wanda Sykes suggestion to select the bachelorette by having the bachelor tap her on the forehead

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