1. A Bachelor in Paradise intruder has slammed the Australian contestants and HEY THEY’RE OUR REALITY STARS TO CRITICISE.
Can he not?
Incoming Bachelor in Paradise intruder Daniel Maguire has stolen our greatest, most prized hobby, taking it upon himself to criticise our Australian reality stars.
Maguire, a Canadian, joins the show tonight but told The Daily Telegraph the Australian cast is “boring” and “not as racy” as his former American Bachelor alum, as if drama is a competition and we lose.
“From what I could see, most people were just friends. There was no sexual chemistry or as many hook-ups as in the US,” he said.
“To be honest a lot of these people are boring. Eden was funny, Tara has been alright, Michael has been good on TV. Keira knew how things were edited, she was cool, I had a laugh with her.
“But the rest was like watching paint dry.”
Suddenly and somehow, we a feel a surge of bitterness: Criticising reality stars is our thing. Not yours. Thanks.
Side note – debrief on the Bachelor In Paradise week that was with the latest episode of Bach Chat below. Post continues after audio.
2. Why the internet is losing it at this story about Meghan Markle.
Marie Claire US, this week, published a story on Meghan Markle and her single grey hair.
“Who knows if Meghan Markle is choosing to just own it, not waste the time and money on such frequent upkeep, or, just doesn’t notice because it’s ONE HAIR. But, either way, it’s nice to see she’s a regular person with a few stray grays, just like everyone else!” the piece reads.
See! Exactly like you and me.
You can imagine, of course, a piece like this wasn’t met with warmth on the internet. Instead, it went viral because of commentary like this:
3. Tom Holland shares his painfully awkward moment with Madonna.
Tom Holland, who plays the spidery hero in the latest version of the franchise, told Graham Norton a lil’ story about the time he met Madonna.
Holland told the Graham Norton Show he was introduced to Madonna at the Oscars after party earlier this year.