'The Bachelorette' fans outraged about missing upcoming episode during Trump's SCOTUS announcement
'Bachelorette' host Chris Harrison tweeted a “PSA” to help fans and viewers a bit. As per him, the show “will be ‘paused’ and seen in its entirety."
'The Bachelorette' fans are outraged and it's not looking good. Ahead of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court announcement pretty much everybody in the reality dating show's fan club took to Twitter to voice their complaints about how Trump's SCOTUS announcement will interfere with the broadcast of the show. which might lead to them missing out on probably one of the most important episodes this season. As per its routine, the show is expected to run on Monday from 8 pm to 10 pm EST. But since Trump is supposed to reveal his nominee for the nation's highest court at 9 pm, chances are high that fans might miss out on what happens on the show next.
In their signature style taking their concerns to Twitter, fans tweeted a bunch of simple alternatives for suggestions while most of them groaned, complaining. “Can he just tweet it? I don’t want this cutting into The Bachelorette tonight,” one person wrote. Another Twitter user chimed in, saying, "If they interrupt The Bachelorette for Trump’s Supreme Court nomination then I am 100% done with this country."
Offering the soundest piece of advice "Bachelorette" host Chris Harrison tweeted a “PSA” to help fans and viewers a bit. As per him the show “will be ‘paused’ and seen in its entirety." And as expected the fans were more than obliged to receive the message.
As Harrison's instruction for fans to record the show for an extra half-hour arrived, users responded to the tweet saying things like, “Would’ve been bad to miss the last 30 min. Thanks for coming to the rescue there Chris!”
"Chris Harrison our man being a gentleman and warning us this time," added another, while a rather funny one quipped, “Thanks, Dad!" And of course, there was the ultimate sign of gratitude, "Chris Harrison is the real MVP."
Harrison's instructions arrive shortly after the "Bachelorette" fans suffered a moment of panic back in June when ABC had decided to cut off the show's broadcast to show Trump's really hyped up meeting with North Korea leader, Kim Jong Un.
Back then, the official Twitter account for the show had let the fans know that they would be able to watch the show in all of its entirety once the special report was over, but that didn't offer much solace to the fans who were watching it on DVRs.
As for this time, Donald Trump announcing the next Supreme Court Justice of the United States is quite the massive deal but, its broadcast is nothing to be scared of — especially in case of ardent Bachelorette fans — because it's more or less like an interrupted broadcast.