‘The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All’ review: Luke Pell, Chase McNary reflect (and covertly campaign)
We’ve said for more or less the past week that Luke Pell is the frontrunner to be the next “Bachelor,” and we certainly feel that way even more so after watching “The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All” on ABC Tuesday night.
Through most of his interview with Chris Harrison, you could totally feel that Luke was “ready” and excited to fall in love again. More than that, we also feel like the majority of the men were also aware of what his standing likely is with some of the producers. He had a glowing interview, and basically had the women in attendance cheering for him more or less every time that he opened his mouth!
The only real competitor Luke had over the course of the night was one Chase McNary, who did his part to campaign for the role with his own heartfelt interview. Sure, we do think that Chase is a solid backup choice, but the only moment for him we’re probably going to remember is him getting so mad after the whole overnight date disaster. (He does have a point in that JoJo Fletcher totally should not have brought him to the fantasy suite if she knew that she was not that into him.)
The rest of the episode was more or less a snooze-fest. Chad Johnson predictably bashed several of the other guys, there were many advertisements for “Bachelor in Paradise,” and eventually JoJo came out and didn’t really offer any new information. No matter the cast, this is almost always the same show every time. Grade: C.
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