- Luke Stone just accused Bachelor in Paradise producers and host Chris Harrison of fake editing his rose ceremony on Twitter.
- He alleges that Chris never offered his rose to the whole Paradise cast after Luke was rejected by Bri Barnes.
- Luke also said that he was "disappointed" in BiP and Chris for manipulating the situation on television.
This season of Bachelor in Paradise has been allllll the dramz—on and off screen. First, there was Blake Horstmann and Caelynn Miller-Keyes' pre-show hook-up and texting debacle, and now Luke Stone is calling out Paradise producers for some bogus editing of his super cringey rose ceremony on Twitter.
ICYMI, during the most recent episode of BiP, the Luke who didn't bodyslam someone on Hannah Brown's Bachelorette season (he, uh, got body slammed) tried to give his rose to Bri Barnes, who promptly shut him down. But then, host Chris Harrison offered up Luke's rose to the rest of the contestants, and it was total crickets. (Awkwardddd.)
But Luke S. recently took to Twitter to basically blast the show, accusing producers—and host Chris Harrison—of fake editing. Things began mildly enough when Luke jokingly tweeted, "Got a rose laying around if anyone wants it."
Got a rose laying around if anyone wants it 🤷🏼♂️— Luke Stone (@LukeStoneDC) September 11, 2019
But things soon took a turn for the worst when he followed it up with a tweet storm, calling out the producers and host Chris Harrison for fabricating that extra cringe-worthy moment of the rose ceremony. "Chris Harrison did not 'present my rose' to the group in reality I got shut down hugged everyone and left - well done editing team," he wrote.
😑 Chris Harrison did not “present my rose” to the group in reality I got shut down hugged everyone and left - well done editing team— Luke Stone (@LukeStoneDC) September 11, 2019
"Just saw it for the first time and I won’t stand by and let that fly," Luke continued in another tweet. He then followed up that tweet with: "It’s called a voice over nice try guys."
Just saw it for the first time and I won’t stand by and let that fly— Luke Stone (@LukeStoneDC) September 11, 2019
It’s called a voice over nice try guys— Luke Stone (@LukeStoneDC) September 11, 2019
Ultimately, Luke tweeted that he's letting it go, Elsa-style. But even so, it's puh-retty clear he's not cool with how he was portrayed. "I’ll drop this I promise - but I just want to say - I’m disappointed in you @BachParadise and @chrisbharrison. That is all," he concluded.
Fingers crossed this comes up on the reunion show, which FYI, will air on Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. EST.
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