Vanessa accepted the final rose, “I knew this kind of love existed, I just never thought it was going to happen for me until I met you. So thank you for giving me another chance on love.”
She was very vocal about her fear of them as a couple not working out and was not willing to compromise on certain things. One of those being her moving to the U.S. when her family and career are all in Montreal, Canada.
The runner-up, Raven Gates was heartbroken but will be headed to Bachelor in Paradise this summer where she hopes to find the man of her dreams. During the “After the Final Rose” special, she confronts Nick and tells him that she’s happy for him and that he didn’t get rejected.
Rachel Lindsay, the new and first African American Bachelorette experienced a historic moment in Bachelor history! This was the first time ever that Chris Harrison dropped a bomb and said, “Your journey begins now!” when Lindsay actually met some of the men that will join her on her season starting in May.
If you’re a Breaking Bad fan, you’re in for a treat! The shows 62 episodes will be made into a 127 minute feature film. The project took two years to complete, according to Highsnobiety.
You can think of this film as a summary, keeping what needs to be kept and what needs to be cut to still tell the story. It’s a little over two hours thanks to a Vimeo filmmaker calling it, “A study project that became an all-consuming passion that took two years of sleepless nights of endless editing.”
You can watch the movie here!
The Guardian reports that the new film Beauty and the Beast can only be approved if they removed their “gay scene.”
Film Censorship Board Chairman, Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid expressed he had no idea why Disney postponed the film because it was approved by the board for its gay moment. Scenes promoting homosexuality were forbidden especially when the film was rated PG13.
The “gay scene” involves LeFou (Gaston’s sidekick played by Josh Gaad) who’s confused about his sexuality.
Check out the trailer down below!