We are just two weeks into 'The Bachelorette' season 15 and the reality TV series has already started churning out the drama that audiences love.
It was day 1 for Hannah Brown and her suitors in the mansion and we have already witnessed some interesting situations take place. Brown is back this season ready to take charge as the bachelorette and find true love after she failed to win Colton Underwood's heart in 'The Bachelor' season 23.
Twenty-two men were left vying for Brown's heart after the premiere last week. On Monday night when 'The Bachelorette' aired with their second episode, we witnessed Brown go on her first group date with selected suitors and a one on one date with Tyler G.
For their first group date, Brown's suitors had to do a goofy pageant with Miss J and Alaska Thunderf***k. The guys had to wear on just Speedos. Though all that was fun and games, when the guys had to showcase their talent, for which John Paul Jones learned to ride a unicycle, Luke Parker decided to talk about his feelings and he revealed that he is falling in love with Brown. Though none of the suitors fell for it, Brown did. She revealed that he told her exactly what her heart wanted to hear.
After watching that fans revealed they'd rather have Brown stay away from Parker.
If you thought Parker was the only drama on Monday night, then you're wrong. Not getting any of Brown's attention, another suitor, Cameron Ayala decided to take matters into his own hands because Brown didn't invite him to either of the group dates.
As much as everyone thought Ayala might be getting all the attention because he received the first rose during the finale, and because of his rapping skills, he failed to receive any date invite. Being left out from both the group dates, Ayala decided to crash the second one with a bouquet of roses for Brown.
Not happy with just crashing her group date, he also interrupted Brown's alone time with Kevin. And this time, he invited Kevin to join Brown and him on their little date. After taking a look at Ayala's behavior in this episode, fans claim he is a stalker and that the producers forced Brown to give him a rose just to keep the drama element going on.
"TheBachelorette you knew #Cam had to stay there to keep the dramz and the creepy factor!" wrote a fan on Twitter. Adding to that another fan said, "How much are the producers paying #cam to stir the pot? #TheBachelorette."
"#cam is turning into a stalker! #redflag #thebachelorette," said another fan. Apart from claiming that Ayala is creepy, fans are also requesting the producers to get rid of him. "#TheBachelorette Please get rid of #CAM aaap! Nothing louder then the sound of desperation. #AlwaysBeCam."
'The Bachelorette' airs every Monday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.
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