EXCLUSIVE Here’s why Pascal was actually kicked off The Bachelorette, and it all started with a pack of durries

EXCLUSIVE Here’s why Pascal was actually kicked off The Bachelorette, and it all started with a pack of durries
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Elly and Becky Miles booted Pascal Wallace off The Bachelorette during Thursday’s episode.

After he joked about the sisters kissing multiple men, he was then accused of making more remarks about them – which led to his exit.

However, our Bachie source tells us that Pascal was unknowingly pushed into the ‘trouble maker’ role by producers, and the entire storyline was contrived before he had chance to quit.

There was more to Pascal's exit than what aired on TV
There was more to Pascal’s exit than what aired on The Bachelorette

Here’s what we’re told by a well-placed source:

‘Pascal was planning on quitting alongside Harry [Harris] as he felt nothing for Elly or Becky, but producers heard whispers about this before he was able to. It’d have been too embarrassing to have three guys walk after Ab [Sow], so at first they turned the other guys against him – which then got the ball rolling for all that followed.

‘Everything started when some of the guys ordered cigarettes on their weekly shopping budget, and Pascal laughed that he wondered what Elly and Becky would think about them secretly smoking around the mansion. A producer then tried to convince him to dob them into the sisters, but he didn’t want to, but eventually agreed as he was leaving anyways. Apparently the producer then told some of the guys that Pascal was going to tell the sisters they’d been smoking, despite him saying he didn’t want to and it being the producer’s idea. From then on the guys had it in for him and created their own plan to trash him before he left. 

‘Some of the guys then dobbed Pascal into the sisters for “trash talking” them, but he mostly just made a couple of jokes with everybody else, that were then taken completely out of context and blown into this huge thing. That’s why there was no footage of him saying he wanted “hotter chicks” or anything like that.’

 

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6 Responses

  1. I’m all for contestants who want to spice episodes up and lean into the villain role (Hey, Areeba!) but framing unwitting contestants with a villain edit is getting very tired. The producers really must think so little of contestants and viewers alike. There actually a lot of Bachie viewers out there who are critical thinkers and have basic understanding of editing and production. Make these basic plot lines stop. We’re ready for something more nuanced.

  2. Seriously? So many contestants have left or have been booted from Bachelor and Bachelorette saying the same thing. Apparently producers are feeding them lines through small hidden microphones and telling them what to say and what not to say and making them reshoot dates and kissing scenes for this and that reason. This has to stop. It’s hardly fair that a guy gets booted for being told to say stuff and do stuff that he was told to do by producers. NOT FAIR Chanel 10. I think the show is going downhill a bit. No one seems to want to watch it any more because it’s too staged. It’s meant to be about finding love. So why are actors brought in to act out different scenes to make the show like a soapie? Come on! Get real contestants who really want to find love and who aren’t there to lift their social media profiles or looking at getting an acting gig out of it. If that’s what these actors and influencers want, then go to an agency and get the agency to scout for you.

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