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“I’m not in the mood to watch David Spade hand out date cards,” the reality star said in response to an announcement that the comedian will be one of several hosts for Bachelor in Paradise this summer.
Bachelor Nation is in transition when Chris Harrison officially and forever left the building, and the former “Hen-party” as well as “Bachelor in Paradise” star Tanner Tolbert thinks the franchise is not doing it right.
He began his Twitter rant where he aimed at an announcement that already disclosed David Spade will join him Titus Burgess, Lance Bass as well as Lil John like what the show calls “celebrity rotating hosts.”
“Don’t get me wrong,” he wrote. “I loved David Spade in Tommy Boy … but I didn’t care that he handed out dating cards or gave comments.”
He went on to say that fans are more interested in the relationship in the show than “this host’s circus.”
The reality star then jumped over to Instagram where he could rant in the form of a video on his Stories state his thoughts, and also explain that he does not specifically attack any of the people who intervened.
This includes former bachelors Caitlin Bristow as well as Taishia Adamswhich, he said, “brought a lot of energy and have excellent hosting capabilities.”
However, he thought they were abusing Katie Thurston “Bachelorette” premiered this week, especially their comments during the limousines’ arrival as they looked out of the window.
Personally, we liked this more relaxed setting, as it seemed like Katie was supported on this journey by two of her friends. We also loved it when they gave her some advice as a woman who went through this experience.
We found it enjoyable, Tanner called it “boring.” And we have to point out that Chris spent a lot of screen time advising both contestants and singles and singles. The difference this season is that these women really understand the process from the inside.
For us, Kaitlyn and Taishia were a refreshing addition, adding a sense of fun and a true sense of support. For Tanner, however, it was a distraction. “I just want to see the members – I want to see this relationship,” he explained.
“It’s great to see former members, but that’s what social media is for,” Tanner said. Fans first met him in season 11 of The Bachelor, before he switched to Bach in Paradise, where he became engaged to his current wife, Jade Roper. The couple have three children.
Tanner wanted to make it clear that his comments were not in any way about Chris leaving or criticizing Caitlin, Taishia, or any of the celebrities already lining up for Paradise. His problem is more in what he sees as an alarming trend for the franchise, which he described as a “train wreck.”
“The host doesn’t have to be the star of the show,” he said. “It is so simple. The leader is the leader. The host should be the backbone of the show and play the role. I don’t need to see comments on every little thing to make it a joke. “
After Chris announced he would not be returning on June 8th, the franchise has no permanent owner. Initially, Caitlin and Taishia were announced as mentors, but on-screen they were introduced as co-hosts. But that doesn’t mean they’ll do it again.
The presenter of the fall season “Bachelorette Party” with Michelle Young has yet to be announced. The couple might come back, or the show might go in a different direction. Meanwhile, Paradise is coming with guest hosts, which suggests the franchise hasn’t decided what to do yet.
But Tanner believes all the attention to the owners hurts the franchise. “The Bachelor franchise needs to figure out their shit and figure it out quickly,” he said. “Because I think the show is on a slippery slope right now, and as a fan of the show, first of all, I want it to continue.”
“But I think this whole host drama is just starting to get ridiculous.”
“Bachelorette Party” runs Mondays at 8:00 pm ET on ABC.
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