Brad Womack as the new “Bachelor” in 2011 represents the next angle for a desperate reality television show. If Womack indeed is announced as the next “Bachelor” for season 15, then the show announces another fact, that it’s desperate on all fronts. After all, Brad Womack won’t be “new” to this series whatsoever.
One Reliable Source Says Brad Womack is Next “Bachelor” 2011
Reality Steve has been bold in clarifying Brad Womack will be the official chosen “Bachelor” for season 15, beginning in January. “The Bachelor” has had scandal after scandal in 2010 and now the Mike Fleiss and his production gang are dominating headlines with season 11 “Bachelor,” Brad Womack after his shameful appearance in 2007.
Brad Left A Trail of Hard Feelings in “The Bachelor” Season 11
In 2007, Brad lead two finalists on into believing one of them would be his fiancee. DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft were the final “Bachelor” contestants who vied for Womack’s heart. At the time, Brad was one of the most popular bachelors the franchise had ever had. At the last minute he turned each lady down, crushing DeAnna’s heart. When he met with Pappas face-to-face, she tried to understand his excuses for not choosing her, but his explanations lacked comprehension on the side of DeAnna and viewers.
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Most Disliked “Bachelor” the Next “Bachelor”?
When a behind-the-scenes special of “The Bachelor” aired earlier this spring, Brad Womack was on, describing himself as the most hated “Bachelor,” gaining negative publicity after his appearance in season 11.
So, why would “The Bachelor” want Womack as their new choice for 2011? If it’s true he’ll be announced on week two of “Dancing with the Stars,” what is the romance reality show going for this time? It may be they’re so desperate for ideas and scandals this is the angle they want to run with.
“The Bachelor” Working Risky Angle with Brad Womack
Womack is controversial and he fits the angle a possibly desperate show is seeking. Viewers have voiced throughout cyberspace that he’s not entitled to a second chance at love, but will those same viewers really ignore their burning curiosity to tune in? “The Bachelor” is depending on this from viewers if Brad Womack in fact, is the next “Bachelor.” It’s a risk the producers are willing to take. Let’s hope it’s worth it.
Source: Reality Steve