Another fairy tale happened in the finale of Sam Wood’s “The Bachelor” when he surprisingly proposed Snezana Markoski leaving Lana Jeavons in tears.
However, not everyone or (let’s say) almost everyone is not in favor of his choice! But why people hate the result?
Unexpected twist really could happen any time especially, in reality shows whether it’s scripted or not, like what happened in “The Bachelor” Australia.
Everyone was already determined that the final girl was Jeavons, but it turned out—we were all wrong which was a bit irritating, like what fans expressed on their Twitter accounts.
Some viewers were still shocked on the finale of the show as many of them expected that Jeavons was the one to be chosen because it was what the previews showed before the series finale. But then, everyone was just fooled by the editing, it’s Markoski, he wanted from the first place.
This surprise finale led so many tweets for the hashtag #TheBachelorAU, which mostly indicates frustrations and hatred—one fan named Kerri even wrote: ‘I give it a week.’
Is it really winning when you beat out 21 other women for a guy who was happy to date that many women at once on TV? #TheBachelorAU
— Will P (@WillP_0817) September 18, 2015
— Ryska 🐺🐾❤ (@jedi43) September 16, 2015
Nothing screams romance more than "I'm designing a ring for one special girl, not sure which one though" #TheBachelorAU
— Tahlia Pritchard (@Tahls) September 16, 2015
SAM: "i don't really want to propose"
PRODUCER: "sam, baby, zamel's have invested a lot of money in this show…"#TheBachelorAU
— dan debuf (@dandebuf) September 16, 2015
Even Mike Baird, an Australian politician, had some stealing moments in the Twitter world when he did a live-tweeting about “The Bachelor” last night. You can sense that he’s frustrated, but the way he tweets was way more entertaining than the reality show, according to Huffington Post.
On the other hand, one main reason also why many people were affected by the finale was because of the “tremendous” editing they did on the show. The producers gave so many hints that ‘hey! It’s gonna be Jeavons night, don’t worry!’ or ‘It’s Lana, not Snezana, so better keep your popcorn sweet.’—then in the end, all were just a big fat fake!
Even one of The Guardian writers noted that the show was “a nefarious piece of editing site subterfuge.”
Anyways, moving on from what just happened in “The Bachelor” Australia, Jeavons, on the other hand, had her very first appearance on TV via Channel Ten’s “Studio 10” four months after filming the show.
And, when host Ita Buttrose asked Jeavons about the surprising finale, the 27-year-old former contestant got very emotional and admitted that all throughout the night she thought she won Wood’s heart.
Well, that’s a bit harsh (reality), right? Did Sam Wood really chose the right girl?
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