Whereas Mr Michael Wolff is still on the road to promote his ‘Fire and Fury’ book in Europe, we here at theGoldwater.com have a feeling that as from 6 March the novel which reveals all the juicy details about the backstage stories of the White House will be removed from the top spot and replaced with “Bachelor Nation,” a book that reveals what goes on behind the scenes of ‘The Bachelor’, after all these years still one of the top rated shows in the US.
Some of the juiciest details from the book:
Mr Ben Hatta explained that all contestants had to go through medical testing. And “as soon as the medical tests came back, you’d see that herpes was the biggest thing,”
“And sometimes you’d be the first person to tell a contestant that they had herpes. You’d be like, ‘Uh, you should call your doctor.’ Why? ‘We’re not going to be able to have you on our show, but you should call your doctor.’
“Then they’d realize they’d been denied from ‘The Bachelor’ and now a bunch of people knew they had herpes.”
Mr Scott Jeffress, producer, would lay out bets with the others: “The first producer to get tears? A hundred bucks! You get the bachelor to make out with the right girl? A hundred bucks! Catch a chick puking on-camera? A hundred bucks!”
<b> A certain kind of girls</b>
The producers admitted that they don’t want the girl who says “her first boyfriend played lacrosse and went to Harvard”, but rather would want “the girl who dated a guy who rode a motorcycle and was the bane of her parents’ existence”.
“You want the girl who’s like, ‘Oh, he was super cool and we would go f–k in his parents’ pool,’ ”
“You get the feeling of who pops on TV and who’s coming unhinged and who’s gonna go for it.”