The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have a trick to make sure their lead remembers everyone's name on night one.
Former Bachelorette contestant Chris Randone revealed exactly what goes down during the first Rose Ceremony.
If you're someone whose interests include drinking copious amounts of wine and screaming at your TV during The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, then you're probably curious about something: how the actual f*ck ABC's leads remember literally anyone's names during the first Rose Ceremony.
Well apparently there's a hack for that. During an Us Weekly chat with fellow Bachelorette contestant Eric Bigger, Chris Randone—who competed during Becca Kufrin's season—gave some behind-the-scenes insight into what goes on during that first Rose Ceremony.
“They come out and [Becca] only said three names at a time, and then she goes back in and then comes back out,” he said. “Three names at a time. And it’s like, stop production, start, stop, start. … She doesn’t name off every single person right away. She’ll come out, [name] three [men], go back in, five minutes later, come back out, [name] three.”
In other words, no, the Bachelor and Bachelorette has literally no idea who anyone is after meeting them for the first night, and is fully told by production. The more you know!
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