Trista Sutter appeared on the ABC show as the very first Bachelorette. Recall, she married her winner, Ryan Sutter in 2003. Now she warned Bachelor Nation stars they should expect editing. And, she explained that they might end up being painted as a villain because of the production involvement. And it’s not the first time that she talked about that sort of thing.
Trista Sutter discusses Bachelor Nation producers again & editing again
Back in November last year, we reported that Trista featured on the LadyGang, podcast. At the time, she spoke about how one producer left a dinder somewhere and it was handed in. There, she discovered that they pretty much noted advance storylines for friends, other cast members on the set, and more. She also said, ” I think they had titles like … ‘the villain’ or ‘the sweetheart.” And it seems that upset her a lot as she never really got over it by the sound of things.
Three months on, Trista Sutter raised the subject of editing by the producers again. US Weekly reported that she featured on the “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast recently. There, she talked about why she reached out to the potential Bachelorette, “Katie Thurston.” Fans see her on Matt James’ season of The Bachelor. She explained that any Bachelor Nation lead should always expect that the producers become very involved. After all, they produce a show. It’s their job. And if they make people look like villains, that’s too bad.
Production not there to be your friend
It’s no use the chosen leads sulking about things if the producers edit the show and they look bad. After all, while they remain friendly, they aren’t actually there to paint everyone as charming. It’s a TV show, Trista reiterates. Obviously, drama and ratings are very important considerations for the success of the season. While they edit things, it’s not actually a lie. But she warned that sometimes they might take bits and pieces of filming and cobble it together out of sequence.
In the podcast, Trista Sutter notes that potential Bachelor Nation stars really should guard what they say. After all, they might say something near the beginning of filming. And then it pops up later in the season, making them look bad. However, in a way, those leads still maintain some control of how it all pans out. Trista explained, “You just need to be super careful about what you put out and how you say it.” She also warned people, “If you’re going to be embarrassed [by] your actions, then think about what you’re doing and saying.”
What are your thoughts on Trista Sutter warning potential Bachelor Nation leads to watch what they say and how they say it? After all, the producers’ editing could put them in a bad light. Sound off in the comments below.
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