In an try and maintain the Feb. three episode of ‘The Bachelor’ considerably family-friendly, the present edited extra material onto the contestants’ swimsuits. Fans have been confused, provided that the duty at hand was a bikini photograph shoot!
The enhancing workforce on The Bachelor bought inventive for the courting present’s Feb. three episode. Instead of blurring its contestants’ backsides in the course of the episode’s bikini photograph shoot portion — you understand, the standard censorship tactic — extra material was digitally added on! The consequence was a bit distracting; Peter Weber, 28, walked across the waterfalls of Costa Rica with ladies who seemed as if their outfits have been drawn on by MS Paint. Fans didn’t cover their amusement.
“I’m obsessed with the bachelor giving the girls thong bikinis to wear on this date but then editing massive fake full coverage bikini bottoms onto them. absolutely the most confusing show i’ve ever seen,” one viewer tweeted, whereas one other wrote, “Was i the only one who noticed that they painted thicker bikini bottoms on the girls? I’m ROLLING 🤣 #TheBachelor.” ABC shouldn’t be precisely a cheek-friendly community, as a 3rd fan amusingly noted: “the best part of #TheBachelor is when the girls wear bikinis and if too much cheek is showing and the producers just try and draw more to the bottoms to show less a–. Quality editing.”
It’s not the primary time followers have identified bikini censorship on The Bachelor (recall the black bar that coated Jillian Anderson’s derriere in Chris Soules’ season of The Bachelor and later, Bachelor in Paradise). Another fan pointed this out on Twitter, noting how “bad the photoshop is” and including, “I think past seasons they blocked it out with a black box! No idea why they decided to just use paint this time around 😳.”
The digitally enhanced bikinis weren’t the one purpose followers have been speaking in regards to the current episodes of The Bachelor. Peter shocked followers by sending dwelling 4 of the women vying for his rose on the Feb. 5 episode — a reasonably excessive quantity, contemplating that the episode started with solely 10 contestants! Upset by Peter’s rationale because the “Bachelor,” viewers took to Twitter to share tweets like, “Retweet if you think Peter Weber should be the one sent home tonight” and, “Peter Weber, the king of making terrible decisions #TheBachelor.” Well, there’s no such factor as unhealthy press, whether or not that be about drawn-on bikinis or who you give your rose to — proper?