Ten Produces Another Editing Slip-Up On The Bachelor

Ten Produces Another Editing Slip-Up On The Bachelor
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With any show that does well in the TV ratings, you can guarantee the swathe of people watching will point out anything that’s out of place.

That was the case with The Bachelor this week, with the eagle eyes of some viewers spotting what appears to have been an editing slip-up during a tense scene from the cocktail party on Wednesday night’s episode.

One minute, frontrunner Brittany Hockley is seen wearing a green jumpsuit (see above picture) as she is filmed showing concern for fellow contestant and stage five clinger Cass Wood, who had been somewhat rejected by Nick “Honey Badger” Cummins.

However, when the show quickly cut to a piece-to-camera with Hockley commenting on the situation, she was donning the same cocktail dress she wore in the first episode, and her hairstyle was completely different (see below).

Brittany Hockley (The Bachelor) [1]

It’s not the first editing gaffe that’s been pointed out on this season of The Bachelor, with a mystery lurker spotted in the background of the first episode, and Cummins’ father changing outfits within a matter of seconds in Wednesday night’s iteration.

B&T has contacted Ten for comment.

 

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