I do not have feelings of love for how Clayton’s Bachelor season ended.
I have been watching The Bachelor (and all related franchise shows) since college. And I can honestly say, Clayton’s season was the most. dramatic. ending. ever. But what’s noteworthy is how he treated the final three women on the season. Red flags everywhere! To discuss the dumpster fire that was this finale, I invited D and Miranda, both previous guests on the show, to candidly share our thoughts and opinions with you. I hope you enjoy this lively chat about a pop culture icon we can’t help but love to watch—even though it makes us crazy most of the time.
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