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'Bachelorette' star Emily Maynard points out inappropriate moment on the show

Andi Dorfman
Andi Dorfman
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Bachelorette” star Emily Maynard may have gone through the entire process herself a couple of times, but she is still watching Andi Dorfman, as she tries to find her future husband on the show this season. And while Emily may have seen many things while watching and filming the show herself, she is now revealing that some things are inappropriate. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on June 5, “Bachelorette” star Emily Maynard is now sharing her thoughts on Andi's men.

On this week's double episode, Emily noticed that one of the men, Nick Viall, decided to send Andi flowers while she was talking to other guys. And while Andi took it well and thanked him for the flowers, Emily thinks that it is desperate and out of touch with what the show is about. Sure, flowers are great, but there is a time and a place for them.

While watching the show, Emily revealed that she thought the flowers were “totally inappropriate.”And it sounds like Emily thinks that the producers had something to do with it all. “First of all, they take away your cell phone so unless Nick communicated with the florist through smoke signals or morse code, I would bet this was 100% the producers trying to stir up drama,” she added.

She thought the play for drama was to be expected, but that “they could’ve done it at the expense of someone who deserved to be brought down a few notches instead of Eric.” Of course, Emily has experience with both being a contestant on the show and being filmed as the primary person looking for love, so she knows how producers can add things to the mix to get the drama going.

Of course, many were shocked at Eric Hill's dramatic exit from the show and Emily does think that some of the things that happened there were not as real as viewers may think. Do you think it is fair for contestants to use tricks offered by the producers to get more time? Or does that defeat the whole purpose of the show?