As "The Bachelor" 2014 is underway filming, Reality Steve is keeping up with what the cast is doing. In his Sept. 18 blog post, Steve cautioned fans about a possible ploy by producers of the show to throw him off. It had to do with a tweet from one of the women he mentioned as a contestant on "The Bachelor" 2014 season with Juan Pablo Galavis.
Kylie Lewis was one of the women the reality show blogger named as a contestant, but she tweeted a message about meeting Juan Pablo, which has never occurred before in the history of "The Bachelor."
"I did see the tweet from contestant Kylie Lewis (@KLew55) saying 'OMG I just met JuanPablo.' Seems weird that it was tweeted by a contestant since that’s never happened before. Let me double check and make sure she actually made the show, because having Robert Mills retweet it doesn’t make a lot of sense. Nobody knows who she is unless they read my site."
Here's what Steve's theory is concerning the producer's retweet:
"So either they’re letting her tweet (even though no other girls from the show tweeted last night), they tweeted that in her account for her, or, she’s not even on the show and they told her to do it just to screw with me. Could very well be the last one. Oh well, if I find out she’s not on, I’ll take her off the list."
Steve was thrown off when it came to the finale winner of "The Bachelorette" 2013 with Desiree Hartsock. Chris Siegfried ended up winning the show over Brooks Forester. Steve reassured fans all along that Brooks was the man who proposed to Desiree in the end. He took a lot of heat for being wrong, but despite what fans think, his track record is still excellent.
Is it possible the producers are setting up Reality Steve to confuse information about spoilers he gets?
"The Bachelor" 2014 premieres Jan. 6 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.