The Subtitles Stole the Show on Week 3 of 'The Bachelor'
“Lingerie.” “Fiasco.” “Hi!”
These three words outshined some major drama and tension that erupted in Bachelor Mansion on Monday’s episode of “The Bachelor.” Champagnegate continued and caused tears to be shed, but that soon got swept under the rug when several of the women expressed concerns about Alayah to Peter.
While all of that created its fair share of “Bachelor” entertainment, a few mispronunciations made the Internet go wild. Kelsey confronted Hannah Ann once again about the champagne and told her, “The word ‘bully’ is a very serious accusation to make. I’m not okay with that, and I will not tolerate it.”
Hannah Ann replied, “After the finasco of the champagne-stealing incident, you were calling me a b—ch, you were saying I was fake, you were saying something about a princess comment.”
Hannah Ann surely meant to say “fiasco” rather than “finasco,” but that moment instantly went viral on Twitter.
Hannah Ann’s “finasco” moment wasn’t all. Demi Burnett hosted a pillow fighting date, and she gifted all the women with lingerie to wear. After everyone opened their gift bags, Kiarra spoke to the camera and said, “Inside it was a cute pajama lingerie set.” Kiarra, however, pronounced “lingerie” as “linger-y.”
Even the closed captioning couldn’t resist noticing it.
Last, but certainly not least, the subtitles made certain to note that Alayah greeted one of the other women in the house with a very high-pitched “Hi!”
At the pool party, Peter made sure to talk to several bachelorettes about their opinions on Alayah and whether they believed she put on a façade for the cameras.
The camera cut back and forth between Alayah talking about a friend who makes “the best spicy margaritas” and Lexi conversing with Peter. Lexi tells him, “The camera comes on and her voice goes up, like, five octaves.” Right after that, the camera cuts back to Alayah discussing the margaritas and then greets another woman in a high-pitched voice.
The subtitles noted that very specific vocal change, too.