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Levenson was a brilliant producer who had an uncanny ability to extract tears from any contestant.
(She's now a senior vice president of unscripted at Fox.) Meanwhile, Chet Wilton (Craig Bierko) is based on creator Mike Fleiss. Fleiss liked to party, and so a party atmosphere became an integral part of the show.
Any "embarrassing, unfavorable, shocking, humiliating, disparaging and/or derogatory" thing you do on the show is theirs to use.
And they reserve the right to "portray [you] in a false light." Clare never talked to a raccoon, you know?
As for the money, only the star gets paid, and the salary is negotiated based on what they'd make doing their real-life job. Meredith Phillips, the second Bachelorette, says she was only paid ,000.
But nowadays people have wised up, and the star usually doesn't make less than six figures.
Contestants don't get paid, but the real money is in social media sponsored content anyway.
Ashley Iaconetti told Kaufman that she figures that someone with a million Instagram followers can charge at least ,000 per sponsored post. Lauren Bushnell got the most expensive Neil Lane ring.
The materials which are available within this site may include graphic visual depictions and descriptions of nudity and sexual activity and should NOT be accessed by anyone who is younger than 21 years old or who does not wish to be exposed to such materials.An elderly man in Louisiana had owned a large farm for several years. It was properly shaped for swimming, so he fixed it up nice with picnic tables, horseshoe courts, and some apple, and peach trees.One evening the old farmer decided to go down to the pond, as he hadn't been there for a while, and look it over.No one can say for sure whether there was anything romantic going on between Fleiss and Levenson, but their dynamic was not unlike the illicit, volatile relationship between Quinn and Chet (Kaufman did not speak to either of them). Contestants, producers and crew members have all been known to tie one on in the pursuit of great TV.No one makes anyone drink, but alcohol is ever-present and producers use it to build rapport with and loosen up contestants. After the scandal last year, new alcohol and consent policies were implemented.