& # 39; They think the viewers are stupid! & # 39; Bachelor star unleashes on Instagram and reveals what producers REALLY think about fans watching at home
A former Bachelor participant has revealed what the producers of the show are really think of viewers who look at home.
Laura-Ann Rullo, who played in the Matty J season in 2017, revealed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that producers have talked openly about how stupid the bachelor fans are.
When a fan asked a question about how long it takes to film the first cocktail party, she replied that the entire program only consists of smoke and mirrors.
The secret is known! A former Bachelor participant has revealed what the producers of the show really think about viewers watching at home. Pictured: Bachelor 2019 participants
Laura-Ann said: & # 39; The thing the producers told us on the first day was that "the viewers are stupid, they think it's happening now."
She further explained that it actually takes & # 39; three days to film the first episode & # 39 ;, and that many resits are needed.
& # 39; What happens is that you wait until sunset (s) before you start the cocktail party. But because they can't get enough content from every girl, we cut at six o'clock in the morning and go back to a hotel, & # 39; she said.
Ouch! Laura-Ann Rullo, who played in the Matty J season in 2017, revealed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that producers have talked openly about how stupid stupid bachelor fans are
& # 39; The reason why we go back to a hotel is because there are too many girls to fit in the beds of the mansion. Well, that's what happened in my season, & she added.
& # 39; And then we wake up early, we get the same hair and the same makeup again, we put on the dress again and we start the cocktail party again at sunset.
& # 39; And then that evening, the second night, the two or three girls go home (during the rose ceremony). And then the next one day we get our hair and makeup done again and we do the (in-the-moment interviews). & # 39;
New admirer: The seventh season of the bachelor, starring 32-year-old astrophysicist Matt Agnew (photo), premiered on Channel 10 on Wednesday evening
The seventh bachelor season, starring 32-year-old astrophysicist Matt Agnew, premiered on Channel 10 on Wednesday evening.
During the first episode, viewers were introduced to 20 female participants before the worshiper sent two home during the cocktail party.
The Bachelor of Australia will continue on Channel 10 on Thursday at 19:30
Introductions: during the first episode, viewers were introduced to 20 female participants before the candidate sent two home during the cocktail party. Pictured: Kristen Czyszek
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