A video has leaked of the upcoming “Bachelorette” season, where Desiree Hartsock takes a gaggle of unsuspecting men on a group date where they are forced to rap for a music video. Does Soulja Boy‘s presence make it more legit? We aren’t so sure.
The song is called “Right Reasons,” an obviously dig at the classic contestants on “Bachelor” franchise shows who are not there for the so-called “right reasons,” and features such lines as:
- “Last time you saw me, I was cryin’ in a limo/ Sean sent me home and left my heart in limbo.”
- “My manager sent me to promote my single. Sing to ya girl, helps me sell my jingle. You love me the most, some may be queasy, but one thing’s for sure, love don’t come easy.”
- “I’m just a single dad, make you think it’s all fine. I propose one day, the next day I change my mind. I cry so much, it’ll make you sick. Oh wait, that’s Jason Mesnick.”
Host Chris Harrison even gets in on the act, rapping, “And so that’s our story, tha’ts how it goes. But who will get the final rose?”
Wetpaint is reporting that ABC wasn’t responsible for the leaked footage and has no idea how it happened, but that it’s not really a bad thing.
“At the end of the day, everyone realized the leak isn’t the worst thing
in the world. Instead of fighting it, they decided to embrace it
because it really gives a taste of how fun and spontaneous Desiree is. A
lot of people who work on the show think she’s the best Bachelorette
we’ve ever had,” says the source.
“The Bachelorette” premieres Monday, May 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.