The past two episodes of “Bachelor in Paradise” have certainly been eventful, and one of the biggest reasons why is the presence of a certain former “Bachelorette” winner in Josh Murray. While the love triangle of sorts between him, Nick Viall, and Amanda Stanton has been interesting, perhaps even more so has been the commentary on not only Andi Dorfman’s book (which contained some rather unflattering details about Josh), and also the show’s edit as a whole.
Let’s talk first about the edit, which Josh was clearly not happy about following the show. Specifically, he felt like the scenes with him and Nick were “cut up” to make things look a million times worse than they actually are. Nick discussed the subject with Us Weekly, and seemed to suggest that it’s much easier to just take what the sow puts out there rather than try to fight it:
“[Josh] seems to be taking the approach with saying things about editing and stuff like that, which is funny because I’ve been in the position in the past where I haven’t been painted as favorable as some of my other peers. I’ve been called a villain and things like that, but I never put the blame on editing … I’ve made my mistakes on my time on the show, and I think we should be held accountable for the things we say and do in life and on the show. … I try not to get too involved with how he’s responding.”
As for Andi, she posted the rather ambiguous tweet at the bottom of this article following the events of this week. While there is some room open for interpretation here, our feeling is that she could be talking about Josh’s claims that most of her book is fiction as opposed to reality. (Nick, meanwhile, claimed that the parts of the book focused on him were by and large accurate.)
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