'The Bachelorette': Fans crown Chris Sutton as Season 18's new villain

Fresh off the Jamie Skaar chaos, it looks like it's now Chris Sutton's turn to cause drama


                            'The Bachelorette': Fans crown Chris Sutton as Season 18's new villain
Chris Sutton on 'The Bachelorette' (ABC)
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With each passing week of 'The Bachelorette' Season 18, the drama just seems to the growing and taking a life of its own. The moment Michelle Young gets rid of one mischief-maker, another one seems to crop out of nowhere and disrupt the peace.

So far, we've seen Ryan Fox, Peter Izzo and Will Urena, and Jamie Skaar get into all sorts of antics and put Michelle in a tough spot (Will and Peter's problems were more so between themselves). And now, Chris Sutton has decided to join in and stir up some drama of his own.

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While Michelle had spoken to the men on the group dated about being sidelined and addressed the issue, Chris S decided he needed to talk about it as well, speaking about how people need to treat her right and should be on her for the right reason.

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The group was visibly confused by his outburst but paid him no real mind until he took Michelle aside for a chat. During this time he claimed that there were men who were confident that they had it in the bag already, singling out Nayte, claiming that he knew he was going to get a date card, it was only a matter of when.

Natye later spoke to Michelle as well, where she made it clear that no one had anything in the bag, she was not a prize to be won and neither would she go around lighting fires under people to get them to date her. Natye was visibly irritated with Chris S and took him aside in order to confront him. However, their conversation soon turned into an argument, with Chris S talking over him, claiming that Michelle probed him and asked him repeatedly. Fans were quick to call him out. 

"This loser of Wall Street is the absolute worst - denigrating, disrespectful, and dishonest. Time for Chris to go home. #TheBacheloretteABC #Bachelorette #TheBachelorette" added a fan. "This Chris S guy is just digging himself a deeper and deeper hole. Disrespectful and condescending to everyone. 
 #TheBachelorette" agreed another. "bachelor nation every time chris s. is on the screen #TheBachelorette" tweeted a fan.

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Back when he sat down with the other men, Olu asked if Chris S thinks he's getting a rose tonight, especially after his stunt. Chris S was confident he would, claiming that he came in on a white horse and saved Michelle from the castle. He even joked about winking at Olu and dedicating his rose to him.  Fans were done with his antics by then. 

"This man needs to put on his listening ears because Olu simply asked if he thinks he is getting a rose. Your paranoia is showing. #thebachelorette #bachelorette" pointed out a fan. "Chris S: Why would you assume I'm not getting a rose? Olu: Based off the shit you just pulled Rick: *shrugs in agreement* BEST BURN, OLU  #TheBachelorette #TheBacheloretteABC #bachelorette" joked another. "if that man chris s. ever winked at me, i'm running so fast in the other direction #TheBachelorette #bachelorette #TheBacheloretteABC" added a fan. 

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However, in the weirdest twist, Chris S did end up with a rose and fans figured that there was now a new Season 18 villain, seeing that Jamie was asked to leave the show.  "I crown thee, Chris S, newest villain of #TheBachelorette" tweeted a fan. "Chris S. is the villain in an 80s movie. #thebachelorette" agreed a fan. "The King is dead. Long live the King. #TheBachelorette #Villain" added a fan. 

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Catch Season 18 of 'The Bachelorette' on Tuesdays at 8 pm EDT on ABC. Episodes are also available on-demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

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