News comes today that the producers of The Bachelor are suing a guy who calls himself “Reality Steve” for the second time in two years over his revelation of spoilers for their show on his for-profit website. The suit alleges that Steve breached a previous settlement by soliciting information from cast and crew members who were contractually obligated not to reveal anything. But who is this magical man who seems to know so much about the outcome of The Bachelor? More
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This week, it was a big surprise when Constantine Tzortzis – who seemed really into Ashley and had been getting a positive edit all season – suddenly told Bachelorette Ashley Hebert that he didn’t think he could stay on the show. Considering she was down to only three guys, he excused himself from the Fantasy Suite and left Ben and JP as the last two guys standing. However, Constantine’s explanation of why he was leaving sounded weird and kind of fake – he talked a lot, but he didn’t say very much. There were some references to not being sure and to needing more time, but they seemed to contradict stuff he’d said earlier in the season. However, some online speculation could shine a light into Constantine’s actual motivations – rumors are swirling that Constantine’s strict Greek Orthodox views made it impossible for him to propose to someone not of the same faith. More
Well, that was quick. Blogger “Reality Steve,” aka Steve Carbone has made a name for himself spoiling The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. He gained infamy as the person who spoiled the Jason/Melissa/Molly surprise ending, and now he lives to poke ABC. On his blog, he posted the final four from Ashley Hebert‘s season of The Bachelorette. Click through it you want to know who they are. More
Blogger Reality Steve (aka Steve Carbone) has been writing about The Bachelor for the last few seasons, and he often spoils the show weeks in advance. This year, though, he has some particularly juicy gossip to share. Warning: spoilers ahead! More
Reality Steve is not a man who takes ending up on the cutting room floor lightly. The reality tv blogger filmed some commentary for an E! Bachelor special earlier this year, but was cut from the final version. And this week, as retribution, he has proceeded to give away just about everything that happens on the upcoming season of The Bachelor. Even though it will be weeks before the show actually premieres.