Only one guy knows Bachelor Nation better than Chris “Somebody Save Me” Harrison, and that is Reality Steve, the man, the myth, the legend. Since the beginning of time, this guy has correctly predicted virtually every Bachelor winner. He played a key role in unearthing the truth behind this season’s Bachelorette debacle, and he’s built a career out of revealing the show’s secrets. Any real Bachelor fan reads Reality Steve’s spoilers constantly, and in my view, instead of suing him, ABC should compensate him for all of his free promotion.
The reality TV expert made news on April 22, 2021, for a strange phone call with the previous competitor Demi Burnett. After Demi called him out on Twitter for calling her to inform her about his sex fantasy, the blogger apologized.
Reality Steve issued an apology through Twitter, stating, “Knowing how uncomfortable I made you feel, I’m sorry now. I crossed lines I didn’t realize I was crossing at the time. This was news to me until today. As a result, I hope you will accept my apologies.”
Who is Reality Steve?
Everybody in Bachelor Nation realizes that Reality Steve, not Chris Harrison, is the most influential person in the “The Bachelor” series. Over the last few years, the all-knowing blogger has correctly predicted many of the victorious Bachelors and Bachelorettes. Reality Steve’s true name is Stephen Carbone, and he’s the world’s most knowledgeable “Bachelor” expert.
Reality Steve, a blogger, is always there to help ruin a new season of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. It’s a hit with the audience! Reality Steve, actual name Stephen Carbone, is a blogger that posts spoilers, recaps, and interviews for a variety of reality series, but is most recognized for his work on the Bachelor franchise. Ex on the Beach, Survivor, Big Brother, Vanderpump Rules, and a few Real Housewives episodes are among the other series he covers.
Carbone began by sending out an email newsletter, which evolved into a blog in 2003. Then, in 2009, during Jason and Molly Mesnick’s season of The Bachelor, he got information that Jason was planning to dump winner Melissa Rycroft after the finale episode.
Carbone earns a livelihood by connecting people with reality and dismantling the dream element of television that producers and editors create. But, of course, there is a price to pay for this. According to The Dallas Observer, Carbone has been threatened with legal action on several occasions and has already been sued.
Carbone stated that he has been sued twice by ABC, the network that airs both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. “I think publicly they despise me, but privately they love me because they know what I do draws attention to their show,” he explained. I was sued for tortious interference, which is defined as interfering with a contract between two parties.
Carbone began his career in Los Angeles, California, as a sports talk radio broadcaster. With the exception of two winning mistakes, Carbone’s internet success has been based on correct predictions.
Carbone now has a slew of sources who eagerly approach him with season teasers, and he has stated that he would never expose his sources as a result of his success.
Reality Steve Says Wells Adams Is Not Hosting ‘The Bachelor
Season 26 of The Bachelor is ready to begin filming and it’s shaping up to be a lot more like the pre-pandemic Bachelor brand than we’ve seen in a long time.
For one thing, ABC discovered what seemed to be season marketing spots in the hometown of reported Bachelor Clayton Echard, Eureka, Missouri:
Reality Regular hometown dates are making a reappearance in Michelle Young’s next Bachelorette season, so we can presume that Clayton’s season will follow suit.
Reality Steve gave a brief update on Clayton’s next season, revealing that production would begin shortly at the Bachelor house and that his tiny birds have informed him that ABC is searching for a permanent, single host to take over the show. Reality Steve, however, has learned that the show’s next permanent, single host will not be fan-favorite Wells Adams, which may shatter some Bachelor Nation hearts.
During an interview with an ABC News station earlier this month, Wells even stated that he would be open to taking on regular hosting responsibilities.
If Reality Steve’s information is correct, Wells supporters may be in for some disappointment in the near future.