Who isn’t watching the current 25th Season of ABC’s The Bachelor, one of the longest running Reality TV Shows in history. Who better than to help us break it all down than someone who has lived it first hand. This is the Behind The Velvet Rope Podcast after all and that is how we do it, first hand all day, every day. Enter Lacey Mark, former Bachelor Season 21 and Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 contestant. First we catch up with Lacey finding out everything she has been up to since looking for love and roses on national TV. Speaking of looking for love on national TV, Lacey chats about The Bachelor application / interview process, filming the hit show, the other women - the good, the bad, the other, and last, but certainly not least, her edit. She also talks about Bachelor Nick Viall, who was supposed to be her “Knight In Shining Armor”, and discuses the likelihood of finding ever lasting love on a Reality TV show. Lacey and David chat about their fav Bachelors and Bachelorettes of all time and the epic last season of The Bachelorette - Clare Crawley “blowing it up”, her supposed rumored communication with Dale before the show, their recent break up as a couple, and Tayshia Adams as a replacement. Of course, we talk all things current season - how hot Matt James is, the drama that has already occurred amongst the women, the cringeworthy moments (think Dildos on arrival, thank you Katie), Sarah removing herself, Queen Victoria, the new girls, Chris Harrison in all his glory, the rumored frontrunners, and who will get that infamous final rose, and possible marriage proposal, mere weeks from now. If you are a Bachelor fan, your time has finally come. Bachelor Nation’s Lacey Mark has arrived to help us make sense of it all.
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