The Bachelorette: Spoiler Alert.
Did any of you watch this? BE HONEST. YOU DID!
I did not watch the whole season, but I did get sucked into the final episode. Since I (smartly) chose not to watch that crap show, I’m not privy to all the details leading up to her decision. I gotta say, I think she picked the wrong dude. The guy she chose? Creepy with a CAPITAL C. The other one was a hottie and seemed so sweet, although I could have done without all the facial grimacing/expressions/sighing he did on the follow-up show.
Final thought…the happy couple did seem to be dripping in high fructose corn syrup laced honey. It was sweet but sorta gross.
Where in THE HELL do they find people stupid enough to let these wacky stylists cut and color their hair to say, oh I don’t know….to look like a FREAKING CARTOON CHARACTER?!? There’s not a chance that I’d let any of those yahoos screw up my hair. Not even for a free camera.
For the record, I don’t plan on actually watching this show again, but it was on and I got sucked in. I won’t let it happen again. Probably.
Rock the Reception
The premise of the show is this: Couples getting married learn a choreographed dance for their reception and surprise their guests when they start getting jiggy wit it. This show hasn’t aired yet, but just the idea of this show makes me want to get married all over again and have a kick-ass first dance with Tate. Our first dance consisted of us “dancing” by swaying back and forth and in circles. It was so…whateveryoneelsedoesfortheirfirstweddingdance. Our first song was even Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight (live version OF COURSE). I wouldn’t be shocked at all if 50% of you danced to that also for your wedding.
I’m just thinking outloud here, but I wonder if Tate and I divorced and got remarried if we could 1) have another big shebang wedding and reception that my parents would pay for 2) register for new gifts, especially dishes, without seeming too greedy 3) if we could do a kickin’ rendition of the dance from Girls Just Wanna Have Fun?
This show debuts on TLC July 15.