کنوارہ Chris Harrison has a problem. Well, the franchise actually has a lot of problems, but Harrison, who is basically the face of the Bachelor Nation, is the one who is going to be trained.
As Harrison’s shooting escalated, Matt James, the show’s first black bachelor in 25 seasons, broke his silence over the controversy before Monday’s new episode. James specifically called Harrison’s words “disturbing and painful” under the pretext of historical racism. Harrison apologized and announced on February 13 that he was temporarily “stepping aside” after defending frontrunner Rachel Kirknell’s past racist actions.
“The failure to grasp and understand Chris’s emotional torment, as my friend Rachel Lindsay described the history of racism in Intelblum South with great beauty and patience, is a painful history that every American should take a closer look at. It was annoying and painful for me. ” About Harrison’s interview Extra. “As black people and allies immediately know and understand, this is a clear reflection of a much bigger problem. کنوارہ The franchise has been under-addressed for years.
According to the former Bachelor And Bachelor in Heaven Competitor Taylor Nolan, Harrison’s words do not surprise many in the Bachelor Nation.
The physician told Yahoo Entertainment, “I was surprised that he didn’t catch himself. I was surprised that he was so trained because he didn’t know he should shut up because he had to show himself.” “It’s going to happen,” the psychologist told Yahoo Entertainment. . “He just let his truth come out, which many of us already know, but he has never done in such a way. At the same time, I no Surprisingly, he didn’t catch himself because he really believed what he was saying, he didn’t really think he was saying anything wrong. He thought it was a great conversation! “
During Harrison’s conversation with Lindsay, he asked people to show a little “grace” to KirkConnell after pictures of him attending a party based on Antilles surfaced. He also said that it was not appropriate for people to search his and his parents’ voting records. . Nolan believes Harrison was “trying to defend himself in a way” in the interview. (Lindsay, who was cast as the first black lead in 2017, said the same thing.)
“Who do you vote for? [does say something about you]”She explains.” I think he was presenting Rachel’s feathers. These are things that franchisees … are well aware of. That Chris is more conservative, and that he is a Republican, that he is a very powerful old white man, who has rarely, if ever, been in a high position of power, with backward groups of people. Share your power.
Harrison has not spoken publicly about his own political views. Yahoo reached out to its publisher for comment, but did not immediately respond.
According to Let’s talk about it with Taylor Nolan The host of the podcast, some former non-white rivals, felt “a little nervous” around Harrison because of his political views.
“And not just because of his own personal position, or his lack of publicity, but also because he represents what the franchise represents, and the franchise represents the BIPOC community. No, the heterogeneous community is not represented and [represents] “The slender beauty of our mainstream culture,” she says. “Because Chris represents what the franchise represents, I think it’s part of that which is why it’s not a secret to a lot of people.”
A spokeswoman for the Bachelor Device campaign also said the Yahoo group was not surprised when Harrison’s comments made headlines.
“We’re all fans of the show and that’s why we’re together because we know کنوارہ There is a problem with the race. As an executive producer and the face of the franchise, Chris Harrison plays a role. It is sometimes coded, or what is missing instead of what is seen, but it is always there. The group says it has only grown. “We’re not surprised by this result either. It’s been a long time coming … like Rachel [Lindsay] He said it was only surprising that Chris decided to speak out in such a passionate and public manner in his dismissal of racism.
Ivan Hall, a fan of the Shiite Adams season Bachelor’s degree, told Is! News He will not Bachelor in Heaven Former host Harrison Bachelor’s degree And Bachelor in Heaven Star Mike Johnson believes Harrison should be “removed” from the ballot, but not revoked. Nolan thinks کنوارہ The franchise can “absolutely move on” without Harrison as host.
“How much airtime he gets, it’s not like he’s telling the whole show. I mean, before I go on the show, I’m going to go through all the things that people did with Chris because he really I wasn’t asking the real question! “Nolan added, but he says the decision is ultimately with ABC and Warner Bruce.
“I just think that ABC and Warner Bros. would take this risk, really change their voting right, change the face of their voting right, change the direction of their voting right.” Will have to agree to. And it can be a difficult position to fill. A very dedicated Bachelor Nation is maintained. [Harrison]. They feel very strongly about it. “So it’s definitely a difficult decision to make, but frankly, it’s kind of easy at the moment,” Nolan explained.
Yahoo reached out to Warner Bros. to comment on Harrison’s future, but did not immediately respond.
Two requests were made by the change organization, one to retain Harrison and the other to dismiss Harrison with signatures. But the Bachelor’s Debate Campaign hopes the key message will not be lost in “Cancel Culture.”
“We hope you understand the difference between accountability and a ‘culture of cancellation’, and that your apology reflects your true imbalance and growth,” a group spokesman told Harrison. Said “If so, we encourage you to point out the large number of our fans who continue to defend your racism (look no further than the comments in your post!),” And will attack people like Rachel Lindsay, Taylor Nolan, Victoria Price and Michaela Barthelmio. Blackchlorites Podcasts, and others who have graciously guided these important conversations.
“We hope this wakes you up. We encourage you, and کنوارہ To look at the scale of the reaction and recognize that if the problem was not military – in your own view and in the case of racism with the franchise, they represent the franchise. “Do a better job, but it shouldn’t be at the expense of the BIPOC cast, staff, employees, and audience, nor should it be when you have a host or executive producer inside. کنوارہ Right to vote
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