With Fantasy Suites just around the corner, ‘The Bachelor’s’ Zach Shallcross wakes up to the infamous ‘sex week’ moniker that has taken over Bachelor Nation and shines a light on his approach to a week full of potential dates. for the night.
“It was a joke about how the week has been viewed historically,” Zach told TheWrap. “For me, it was another opportunity to hang out with the women where the cameras, the producers [are gone]. It’s full-time and huge, whereas like a typical date, one-on-one or group date… it’s pretty short in the grand scheme of things.
While Zach planned to embrace this “uninterrupted” time when he and the women could talk about things they would never feel comfortable discussing on camera, the main man hinted that Fantasy Suites wouldn’t go as well as he wanted, despite his best efforts. .
“It was a lot for me to try to set boundaries to help everyone out that week, and it really hurt all of us,” he said.
As Zach prepares to potentially spend the night with his last three wives, Kaity, Gabi and Ariel, he reflects on his “Night at the Museum” date with Kaity, who broke “Bachelor” tradition by offering a night before Fantasy. Sequels in just week three of Zach’s journey of love.
“With Kaity, there was an immediate spark,” Zach recalled. “It was like, ‘I feel comfortable wanting to do this with her. [and] if she’s comfortable doing this with me, that would be a really cool date.
After his positive experience with an early night, Zach said he would “absolutely” approve of more night dates in future seasons of “The Bachelor,” adding that the franchise should make sure to leave an “out” for those who would not feel. comfortable participating.
While host Jesse Palmer admits the decision for the start of the night was “far from [his] pay grade,” he shared he was “jealous” of the “really cool date.” “I don’t know if we’ve done that on the show before,” he told TheWrap. “It could become something that would become a must – overnight, the museum dates early?”
“The Bachelor” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC, and new episodes are available on demand and on Hulu the day after they premiere.
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