ABC’s The bachelor Season 27 stars Zach Shallcross, and fans can’t wait to see which women fight for his love. Until now, The bachelor Spoilers from Reality Steve promise there will be plenty of drama for longtime fans of the show. Here’s what Reality Steve said about a contestant who allegedly stopped the season’s first rose ceremony.
[Spoiler alert: The Bachelor Season 27 spoilers ahead regarding the first rose ceremony.]
After The bachelor Spoilers from Reality Steve, there’s drama in Zach Shallcross season night one. The spoiler guru claims Lekha Ravi stopped the first rose ceremony of the season. Lekha reportedly made this potentially groundbreaking maneuver because she felt she didn’t have enough time to talk to Zach before the rose ceremony began.
“Lekha interrupted the first rose ceremony midway through to tell Zach that she had been trying to talk to him all night and that the producers kept assuring her that she would and that the rose ceremony wouldn’t happen until Zach could talk to any girl first,” wrote Reality Steve. “Well that didn’t happen because Lekha and others never spoke to him the first night.”
It’s unclear if the production will air the Rose Ceremony debacle. Reality Steve thinks the production could cut it entirely. “My guess is that it won’t be shown,” he said on his Daily summary podcast.
Zach Shallcross reportedly sends many women home on the first night. The bachelor Spoilers from Reality Steve notes 10 women go home first night which is a record. That leaves 20 women. In episodes two and three, probably all the women get dates. “Typically two or three people in these episodes don’t get dates because they have too many left,” the spoiler guru noted. “But not this season.”
Lekha’s open style in The bachelor Season 27 didn’t do her any favors. “She doesn’t get a rose, but she talks about it,” Reality Steve said on his podcast. Also, Lekha has an eye-popping performance that may not have gone down well with Zach. She licks his ear as she gets out of the limousine and approaches him.
given The bachelor Spoilers from Reality Steve, fans can look forward to plenty of drama on the first night. But Zach Shallcross said in an interview that he’s not here to play games.
“I would say to the critics and to the fans that if you watch something or this show and actually want to see love and no bulls*** and no scene or act, then I think you’re going to really love that [season]’ he told Us Weekly. “If you’re someone who wants the unnecessary dumb drama – fine, [but] I might not be your type. Plain and simple.”
Zach also mentioned that after his failed relationship with Rachel Recchia, he knows what he wants. This could give a clue as to why so many women go home on the first night.
The bachelor Season 27 premieres Monday, January 23, 2023 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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