So far this season, Cassandra Wood has been released as & # 39; desperate & # 39; and & # 39; sticky & # 39; by The Bachelor, a portrait that, according to her, is "unpleasant and uncertain".
And now the cruel techniques used by the producers have been revealed, after the fans noticed an obvious error of continuity during the Wednesday night episode.
If the spectators watched the cocktail party scene carefully, they would have noticed a change of costume that exposed the editors' deception.
Did you see this cruel editing trick? The Proof The single producers are manipulating images to make Cassandra Wood (pictured) look "hopeless" & # 39; and & # 39; sticky & # 39; around Nick Cummins
During the evening, Cassandra returned to the courtyard on the verge of tears after Nick Cummins told her that they were not on the same level "emotionally".
The other women watched closely while Brittany Hockley provided comments on the events in a voice-over, saying: "Cassie definitely came back a little nervous."
But when the footage was cut Brittany talking to the camera, she was remarkably wearing a different dress than the party on Wednesday.
In fact, she was wearing the dress she wore in the first of all Episode, suggesting that his comments actually took several days and that they had been recycled to make Cassandra seem more upset than she really was.
Sneaky: If the spectators carefully observed the scene of the party, they would have noticed a costume change that would expose the editors' deception. When Brittany (pictured in her dress for Wednesday's episode) described Cassandra's behavior with Nick, she wore her outfit from the first party (left), suggesting that her comments were old.
During that first cocktail, Cassandra made several attempts to talk to Nick, and the other participants commented at that time that she was anxious to spend time with him.
It is believed that Brittany's comment that Cassie was "shaken", which first aired on Wednesday, actually described one of these earlier moments.
Meanwhile, the quotes in which Cassandra talks about her feelings for Nick have been used strategically to portray her as "sticky" on several different occasions.
While it's not clear if producers are recycling audio over and over again, as Mamamia suggested earlier this week, her quote about "falling in love with Nick" in Wednesday's episode sounded very similar to something she said at the premiere of the season about "seeing a future" with the rugby star.
Unfair representation? So far this season, Cassandra Wood has been released as & # 39; desperate & # 39; and & # 39; sticky & # 39; by The Bachelor, a portrait that, according to her, is "unpleasant and uncertain". In the photo: Cassandra "read" Nick's diary last week, which fans noticed was blank
After observing their behavior with Nick in the first episode, the fans cruelly labeled Cassandra as the "new Jarrod Woodgate" and as the "stage 5 of the season".
Her rivals at the mansion also accused her of being in love with Nick because of her brief presentation that took place months before filming.
In an interview with News Corp last week, Cassandra admitted that she was struggling to watch the show due to her unflattering and "needy" performance.
"It's unpleasant and false": in an interview with News Corp last week, Cassandra admitted that she was struggling to watch the show due to her unflattering and "needy" performance
"I did not know what would be presented so much, the first episode was quite difficult to see because they only show certain things," he said.
"It's not a real representation of me and what people say I'm a fifth-grader and a stalker, it's unpleasant and false.
The episode on Wednesday night, Cassandra was disappointed by Nick when she asked him about his feelings at the party.
Unrequited? The episode on Wednesday night, Cassandra was disappointed by Nick when she asked him about his feelings at the party. However, he gave her a rose later
Nick, 30, told Cassandra awkwardly that her feelings were not "on the same level" as hers, which caused her to be on the verge of tears.
However, Nick tried to soften the blow by telling the blonde student that he would like to see where things are going between them, and gave her a rose later in the night.
The Bachelor airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at night from 7:30 p.m. In the Ten Network.
Tune in! The Bachelor airs Wednesday and Thursday nights from 7:30 p.m. on Network Ten. In the photo: Nick & # 39; The Honey Badger & # 39; Cummins