Reality Steve calls ABC a liar over the casting call commercial put out a few days ago for the new The Bachelorette season of Clare Crawley.
A few days ago, ABC dropped a casting call commercial following the new “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons—Ever!” episode. The commercial which was intended for the casting of upcoming “The Bachelorette” season of Clare Crawley was however called out as a lie by Reality Steve.
- The casting call for The Bachelorette of Clare Crawley is a lie?
- Filming has already begun.
- The re-casting is also already done.
Reality Steve called out in his latest Tweet threads and said he’s “not sure” if you should really believe the ABC commercial regarding the casting call. But why?
The Bachelorette, a spin-off of “The Bachelor”, is soon going into the production for its 16th season. The filming is about to begin, and this time Clare Crawley, the runner-up of former The Bachelor season, will be choosing her suitor from the selected contestants.
Like every time, the production team has fled to a resort with the cast and crew to begin the filming. However, Reality Steve has caught ABC lying over the casting calls this time, and we can agree with him.
The casting call for The Bachelorette of Clare Crawley is a lie?
After much delay due to the obvious effects of the current Pandemic, The Bachelorette is finally going into production. For the purpose, which absolutely makes sense, ABC recently dropped a casting commercial.
However, Reality Steve, who’s known to spoil The Bachelor universe with his too precise leaks and predictions, has raised some suspicions over the casting call of The Bachelorette starring Clare Crawley.
Pointing out the casting call, @Reality Steve tweeted:
As per Reality Steve, the casting has already been done for the show (at the time of his tweet), and the team is already flying off to the location. So, the latest casting call makes no sense.
Filming has already begun.
Though the casting call by ABC for The Bachelorette of Clare Crawley was made over a week ago, still, as per the reports, the filming has already begun by now. So, sending casting calls a week before filming makes no sense.
As per Reality Steve, the team was supposed to land at Palm Springs around 10th July, which they did eventually. After the arrival, it was a week’s quarantine period for the cast and crew at the resort. After everyone comes out from the quarantine healthy and fit, the team was supposed to begin filming from 17th-18th July. That means the filming has already begun.
Sharing the schedule, a few days ago, Reality Steve tweeted:
Clare Crawley was also recently spotted filming a video for the new season.
The re-casting is also already done.
Again, spoiling The Bachelor universe for us, Reality Steve revealed a few internal affairs several days ago. As per his reports, 13 of the originally selected 32 candidates were cut-off for some unknown reasons. And as per him, there was no assurance that the remaining ones will all make it to the finale list.
Reality Steve even shared the names of the cut-off candidates.
However, one of these candidates, Matt James, was called-off by ABC because he’s going to be the next Bachelor.
In the next tweet, Reality Steve reported that the re-casting is also already done for the replacement of the cut-off candidates.
This again raises the question on the Casting calls sent by ABC for The Bachelorette of Clare Crawley.
Also, after coming out of the quarantine this Wednesday, the production team itself has revealed the 42 selected candidates on Facebook. They all will be contesting to be Clare Crawley’s best suitor this season.
So, we are not sure yet what ABC intended with those casting calls a week before the filming dates. But what we are sure of is that The Bachelorette is coming soon for the fans.