Starting with season 21, similarities between “The Bachelor” and “Girls Gone Wild” have become more and more obvious, since all competitors act like they’re at a Spring break party, while bachelor Nick Viall, a 36-year-old software sales executive from Milwaukee, continuously encouraging them all. Has the show gone too far with this sexual exposure?
After just three episodes of the 21st edition, viewers have seen plenty of action, not designated for an underage audience, as the girls seem to have a clear plan: to conquer Viall’s heart, by showing as much skin as they can.
However, this type of behavior didn’t go unnoticed. Ross Mathews, a well-known entertainment reporter, declared that the show has become a little too grody, even for him.
Katie Yoder, of the conservative-leaning media watchdog group the Media Research Center, was visibly upset while sharing her ideas about the show to FOX411. She believes that “The Bachelor” went from naughty to soft-core and this kind of behavior sets the example that a woman’s value depends solely on the sexiness.
The black sheep of the show has been Corinne Olympios, 24, who exposed her game plan straight from the beginning. In episode two and on their first date, she stripped topless and embraced Viall in a pool. To continue on the same line, during episode three, Corinne went to visit Viall wearing just a trench coat. And yeah, you guessed it, nothing else. In order to increase her chances, she then sprayed whipped cream on her cleavage, a dessert that the bachelor was more than happy to taste.
But it’s not just Corinne, as many other girls on the show worn barely-there bikinis in a desperate try to impress the bachelor.
If we had so much action in just three episodes, we’re really curious about what comes next…