Amanda Stanton of The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise is getting sued by her ex, remember? Because she wants to spend all her money on clothes instead of her kids and make her ex continue to pay child support? Well, the court documents show that she’s pulling in $13,000 a month, and fiancé Josh Murray – sworn nemesis to upcoming Bachelor Nick Viall – is pulling in $10,000 a month. Essentially, if you do well enough on The Bachelor, endorsements coming flooding in. Family fortune on that Instagram empire.
Now let me ask you: is it better for your potential earning opportunity to win The Bachelor or quit the show when you’re a finalist? Maybe we’re going to find out, because not one, not two, but three – count ‘em – three of Nick Viall’s final four finalists have threatened to quit.
An insider is sharing that three of these women spoke to producers about possibly leaving the show. Of course, they didn’t end up going through with it and are still there trying to find love with Nick Viall. The insider said, “They find him to be completely ar¬rogant and a total diva.” Nick has had his fair share of fans and haters both over the years while he was on the show. The inside source went on to say, “A lot of the girls think Nick isn’t taking the process seri¬ously, that he only became The Bachelor to hook up with mul¬tiple women. Three out of the final four girls have been thinking about quitting the show since the beginning.”
A reality star who’s an arrogant diva who doesn’t take processes seriously and isn’t in something for the right reasons? Alert the media, I’ve found the future president. Seriously, these girls need to R-E-L-A-X. Nick Viall is a Bachelor veteran. Who should these girls be trusting – the little voice inside their head that has guided them through a tumultuous battlefield starting at 25 women that has dwindled down to four or the guy that has been on The Bachelorette twice (and Paradise?) That’s what I thought. If anyone knows what the “right reasons” for being on that show are, it’s Nick.
What were these girls thinking would happen? That Nick wouldn’t want to hook up with multiple women? There’s literally an entire episode devoted to him having sex with the final three women. Did these girls simply think he’d forgo that opportunity? That they were somehow special and he was somehow different? I mean, it’s kind of the price of admission on the show. If you make it to be a finalist, you have sex with The Bachelor and then in exchange you get insanely Instagram famous and cash in. That’s the social contract you’re signing.
It also kind of grinds my gears that these girls are upset that Nick is an arrogant diva. Like, girls, what’d you expect? If he was such a catch – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – but he wouldn’t have lost to that wackadoo Josh Murray on the show the first time, or, call me crazy, found a girl in the real world to settle down with. You have to be a few flights over the cuckoo’s nest to even go on this show, so thinking he’s gonna be some perfect guy seems outrageously misguided to me.
Funny though, last time I checked, if your boyfriend (who’s banging your friends, by the way) was an arrogant diva and you didn’t like it, you break up with him. Which is what it would be to quit the show. But these girls, all three of them, didn’t. Because at the end of the day, these girls are just as thirsty for Instagram fame and their shot at becoming the next Bachelorette. Stay tuned, my friends. Season starts January 2nd. .
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