“Bachelor” fans unfolded in a scary hard landing of controversial rival Rachel Kirkconl during a skydiving date with Matt James.
In Monday’s episode, the two were spotted skydiving on a date while training individual professionals. After Matt makes his landing, his date arrives a bit faster and ends face-first slamming into the ground. Although she was slightly hung, she suffered no serious injuries despite a hard fall to the ground. The scary moment, however, was a small boon for Kirkkonel, as it made the bachelor feel his feelings for him.
However, after a controversy that turned up photos of Kirkknell again showing that she attended a “Old South” themed party in 2018, when allegations of racism were asked, some viewers were not saddened to see her hurt. . The 24-year-old had previously released a long-running May idea on social media for his “ignorance”, but viewers still found the face as a little dessert for the plant competitor.
“The sky diving instructor criticized Rachel on the ground because she attended all those planting parties. #Bachelor,” Wrote a sarcastic viewer.
“I didn’t laugh as hard as I did when I saw Bachelor. I saw Rachel Slam from the sky to the ground. #Bachelor,” Another user wrote.
“This is the most boring season of watching Bachelor Rachel fall from the sky which is the most dramatic thing,” he said. Wrote a more disappointed viewer.
“Sky diving was the peak moment in bachelor history for me, watching Rachel eat it.” Others wrote.
The revived photos had a much bigger impact on the “bachelor” franchise than just Kirkkonel and James. During an interview with former “bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay with longtime host Christ Harrison for extras, Harris defended Kirkkonel for attending the party, saying 2018 photos only look bad through the 2020 lens. The ensuing reaction forced Harrison to apologize to both and announced that he would move “one sided” as the show’s host to make time for personal reflection.
Still, the power landing put James too much for Kirkconnell, he talked about the controversy on social media during the episode.
In his lengthy statement, James – who is the bachelor’s first black lead – said “the last few weeks have been the most challenging of my life,” and yet, now that he feels the need to pay attention to this matter, Have happened.
He called Kirkkonel’s photos “extremely disappointing.”
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29, James said, “The reality is that I’m learning about these situations in real life, and to put it bluntly has been devastating and heartbreaking,” James said. “My friend Rachel Lindsay kindly and patiently explained that Chris’s failure to receive and understand emotional labor, the racist history of Entebbe South, a painful painful history that every American should understand intimately, was painful to watch and see.”
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Although the current season of “The Bachelor” has been shooting, the audience still does not know that James has finally chosen Kirknell as its winner.