Was Reality Steve wrong about ’Bachelor’ season? 

click to enlarge Sean Lowe, the current hunk of “The Bachelor,” hasn’t spent much time on the show with the woman who show spoiler Reality Steve said would win it all. - GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO
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  • Sean Lowe, the current hunk of “The Bachelor,” hasn’t spent much time on the show with the woman who show spoiler Reality Steve said would win it all.

This blurb will contain a “Bachelor” spoiler (sort of), so stop reading if you want to remain in ignorant bliss this season.

OK, so, blogger Reality Steve came right out with his “Bachelor” spoilers before the show began. He hasn’t been wrong before. However, the person whom he named this season has yet to get attention on the show, let alone go on a one-on-one date. Usually by the third episode, the eventual winner has at least gotten face time.

So far, Sean Lowe has seemed smitten by the ghastly Tierra (does she know her name means “dirt”?) and the comparatively sane Desiree, but he hasn’t even seemed to give a second look to the purported winner.

There could be a few things going on here. First, Reality Steve could be wrong — but that is just too awful to fathom.

Or, the show’s producers may have edited the show to deliberately keep the winner on the back burner and mislead a gullible public (who, us?).  Finally, we are all living in an alternative universe where nothing is real.

Since Chris Brown still has a career, the third option seems like the most viable.

Quick Takes

  • Chris Brown compared himself to Jesus on the cross, further endearing himself to people everywhere.
  • Kris Jenner has a talk show in the works that might debut by this summer.
  • NBC found itself overwhelmed with applicants after it announced a reality-TV show casting call for a “small-town newspaper.”
  • Whitney Houston’s brother Michael claims that he is the one who introduced his sister to crack.

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