Well, that didn’t go in the direction I thought it would. After six weeks (which felt like the entire summer), my Listen To Your Heart dreams of Matt and Rudi falling in love during the season finale were dashed in the first fifteen minutes of the two-hour spectacle. Bless all of our hearts. Poor Matt was unable to continue his relationship with Rudi once the phrase “fantasy suite” exited Our
We are down to four couples and when the end of the journey is no longer a dot in the distance, things get real. You learn who is in love, who’s faking it, and who wants this more than anyone else. In a nutshell, we see which of these jokers is listening to his or her heart. Our Host Chris Harrison puts each couple on their own tour bus so
Just when you think you’ve figured out Listen To Your Heart, Our Host Chris Harrison comes in and does what he does best. He rattles cages. He pokes the beehive. He mixes thing up. And he smiles while doing it. All couples are still riding high on their first performance. They all gather together to rehash the harmonious details from the night before. Most individuals are hard core pretending that
It only took three weeks, but I finally have a better grasp of what Listen To Your Heart is all about. I say “better grasp” because I’m still not technically sure how one might win from a “WE FELL IN LOVE” parameter since romance is entirely subjective. I’m choosing not to pull too hard at that thread. Instead I’m banking on the fact that Harrison will not steer me wrong.
The Bachelor’s Listen To Your Heart is a musical reality show. I’d like to make that point clear. You would have never known that fact after watching the first episode. One might assume that the guy moping around with his guitar is of the Jed variety on a traditional season. That’s not the case. You can imagine my high hopes going into week two. Although every single “couple” didn’t perform