Chris Harrison Talks About Multiple Bachelorettes And How Clare Crawley’s Season May Alter The Show Forever
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Chris Talks About Bachelorettes And Spilling Some Truth About The Show
Chris Harrison Talks About Multiple Bachelorettes And How Clare Crawley’s Season May Alter The Show Forever: There is perhaps more speculation about the upcoming season of “The Bachelorette” than at any time in the history of the show. The biggest question if Clare will be the only Bachelorette this season.
While Harrison wasn’t going to spoil the season’s biggest mysteries if Clare left the show with her man after only two weeks of filming, he did tell ET that she wasn’t wasting time on the show.
“She came into this unbelievably sincere and serious about finding love,” he said. “It wasn’t about all the pageantry. It was about coming in and finding somebody, and I really respect the fact that this woman knows exactly what she wants and she is not afraid to go get it.”
Revealing Such Talks Is Working For The Show
It also seems like they weren’t the only ones to take a look at her cast. After all, at the time production had shut down, the guys had already been revealed. Speculation about the early departure of Clare had surrounded reports that she reached out to the guy she eventually wanted and had already settled on him before filming started.
At the same time, though, her doing so could have prompted a real shift in the show. It may have a good lasting effect on some of the show’s connections.
“She admitted to me that she started looking through and getting an idea of what these guys stood for who they were,” Harrison said.” Not a terrible idea, and maybe that’s something we incorporate into the future of this show.”
A new mystery, in other words. Who had access to Clare’s account and decided to like that specific message. Is it probably spoiling the season’s big surprise? Is it all Chris Harrison and the other Bachelor manufacturers doing the dirty work to guarantee this season’s ratings are enormous?