‘The Bachelorette’: Suitors' reaction to Covid-19 test has fans saying ‘men are way more dramatic than women’

One tweeted, 'I'm still mad about these men being all dramatic about a covid test. Get a pap smear and then we'll talk #TheBachelorette'


                            ‘The Bachelorette’: Suitors' reaction to Covid-19 test has fans saying ‘men are way more dramatic than women’
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Season 16 of ‘The Bachelorette’ has sure managed to grasp the attention of the audience for a number of reasons. Clare Crawley’s season has so far witnessed, arguments snitching, a man in a dog-printed shirt paired with an endless amount of drama. The production of the ABC reality show which began months ago had to be paused temporarily due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, after a short hiatus, the filming was resumed by keeping in mind all the safety protocols to ensure the contestants were safe.

As the first episode progressed, Clare says how filming inside the bubble, where she and contestants tested for Covid-19 made them feel “safe and protected” than being on the outside world. However, not all suitors were happy about running a test on themselves. The majority of them were seen complaining about "crappy Covid-19 tests" and masks, while the rest got a tad bit emotional about getting tested negative for the novel coronavirus. And, throughout the first episode, a lot of Clare’s suitors came across extremely dramatic for reasons besides Covid-19.

It didn’t take fans of the show long to point this out, as they took to social media to share how the men on Season 16 of ‘The Bachelorette’ are “way too dramatic”. Some of the fans used the opportunity to discuss how the first episode was so intense only because of all the emotions displayed by the men on the dating show. On witnessing all the drama that gripped the first episode of 'The Bachelorette' Season 16, one of them tweeted, "Men are so dramatic like people really think women can’t hold positions of power and this is MEN on a DATING SHOW. #TheBachelorette." Another added, "next time someone tells me “women are more dramatic than men” I’m gonna have them watch #TheBachelorette."



 

 



 

 

Meanwhile, the majority of them noted how it was uneccesary for the bacherlors to get so emotonal over a Covid-19 test. One tweeted, "I'm still mad about these men being all dramatic about a covid test. Get a pap smear and then we'll talk #TheBachelorette." Another wrote, "Watching these men be so dramatic about getting a Covid test. I can’t  #TheBachelorette."



 

 



 

 

'The Bachelorette Season 16' airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm ET on ABC.

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