The bachelor suffers an embarrassing editing error during the rose ceremony that exposes the producers’ sneaky tactics … so have you seen it?
Eagle-eyed Bachelor fans saw a major botched montage on Wednesday’s episode.
At the Rose Ceremony, where Zoe-Clare McDonald and Clare Lange were sent home in a double elimination, Bella Varelis was spotted with a rose before her name was even called out.
As Bel Colwell walked to Locky Gilbert to receive her rose, leader Bella was seen holding a flower behind her.
The Bachelor suffered a BIG editing error at the rose ceremony on Wednesday … so did you see it? Pictured is Locky Gilbert
Locky eventually called out Bella’s name towards the end of the rose ceremony, and they shared a warm hug.
The editing failure shows how producers sometimes edit the eliminations out of order to draw attention to particular contestants.
Showing Bella at the end of the segment – even though Locky seems to have handed her a rose early on – puts more emphasis on her, which isn’t surprising given the rumor that she’s making it to the finale.
During Wednesday’s rose ceremony, Locky sent the fiery redhead Zoe-Clare and the blonde beauty Clare home.
And while Zoe-Clare remained calm, viewers had plenty to say about why the outspoken reality star was sent home and expressed their views on Twitter.
Clumsy! At the rose ceremony, which saw Zoe-Clare McDonald and Clare Lange go home in a shock double elimination, Bella Varelis (back right) was seen with a rose in her hand before her name was even mentioned.
“It’s not you, it’s your hair,” Locky whispered as he said goodbye to Zoe-Clare … “one viewer tweeted.
“I like to picture Zoe-Clare crying on the car ride home, absolutely convinced she was sent home because of her hair color,” wrote one fan.
Another added: ‘Zoe-Clare didn’t get a rose because Locky discriminated against redheads’.
Gone: During Wednesday’s rose ceremony, Locky sent fiery redhead Zoe-Clare (pictured) and blonde beauty Clare home
‘It’s Not You, It’s Your Hair’: And while Zoe-Clare kept quiet, viewers had plenty to say about why the outspoken reality star was sent home and voiced their thoughts on Twitter
Others felt that Zoe-Clare deserved to be recognized for her contribution to the redhead community.
“Posthumously nominating Zoe-Clare for a Nobel Peace Prize for her groundbreaking ranga rights campaign,” tweeted one fan.
‘NOT ZOE-CLARE! What will the mild but not quite redhead community do without their leader? ‘added another.
Shortly after her arrival on this year’s bachelor’s degree, Zoe-Clare went on a lengthy rant about how redheads are regularly discriminated against.
‘What’s wrong with a grade? I’m sorry, you want me to color my hair every 10 seconds, I’m so sorry but these are natural guys. This isn’t going anywhere! she staggered.
The Bachelor continues on Thursday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten
Meltdown: Shortly after arriving at this year’s bachelor, Zoe-Clare went on a lengthy rant about how redheads are regularly discriminated against