This Contestant on The Bachelor May Have Made A Fan Account About Herself
This Contestant on The Bachelor May Have Made A Fan Account About Herself
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This Contestant on The Bachelor May Have Made A Fan Account About Herself

The Bachelor is probably one of the most dramatic shows on the planet, but now the drama has extended from TV to a social media scandal, involving contestant, Madison Prewett.

It’s only been two weeks since The Bachelor started, and the drama is already escalating. But this drama involves social media, Madison Prewett, and Instagram. Are you ready for the tea?

Well, as you all know, sparks flew between Madison and Peter Weber on the first night. She didn’t get the first impression rose, but she did get to go on the first one-on-one date in week two.

On their first date, Madison met Weber’s family. That’s right. She didn’t have to wait until family week! What did they do? Well, the 23-year-old beauty and Weber went to his parents’ vow renewal. She even caught the bouquet.

After the episode aired, Madison took to Instagram to create a throwback post about the date. She captioned her post with, “Woke up feeling super grateful.. the most perfect date with the perfect guy, ❤️.”

Naturally, several of her followers commented on the post. One wrote, “I was all about the show being DONE last night. You BELONG together! Oh my word you DO! You fit in perfectly with his family and you truly are the most genuine & gorgeous human!! Those sparks were there.🔥💕🎉”

But amid the compliments, sat a comment written by Madison via her personal Instagram account. She wrote, “Beautiful date Madi. You are so genuine and real.” Oops. Her self-written comment prompted fans to believe that she forgot to log on to her fake fan account.

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The @BachSleuthers wrote, “We, too, believe we are genuine and real. Happy to provide tutorials on toggling between your personal and fan accounts.” How did Madison respond to the criticism? Tune into our video to find out.

By Kim Scott

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