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The twist: Using old-school matchmaking techniques and complex algorithms, dating experts have paired the housemates with their supposed “ideal” mates, but neither the cast nor the viewers know the matches.The housemates themselves have to figure out the “true love” couplings by undertaking a bunch of elaborate activities.A producer brought Otis two vodkas with soda water over the next 20 minutes — which she chugged to calm her nerves. “During my exit interview, a producer asked, ‘Don’t you miss your family? “So as I’m talking about my family and how I miss them, I’m then asked about how I feel about Ben.“Then we were talking about what I’m going to do and that he’s going to pull me [to the side] first and I would just go and I would kiss him and make out with him,” Otis says. I’m crying, and it appears that I’m devastated that Ben didn’t choose me.” As for sneaking alone time with a “Bachelor” or “Bachelorette,” Season 6 contestant Craig Robinson says the producers can grease the wheels for that, too.“It takes a sophisticated set of skills to be able to manipulate those emotions out of people.” Although viewers are likely to compare the over-the-top antics of “Un Real” to the drama unfolding on “The Bachelorette,” Shapiro insists to The Post, “ ‘Un REAL’ is 100 percent fiction.” Stay tuned to see what the puppet masters have in store for Bristowe and her final two guys — Viall and Shawn Booth.
If they figure out all the correct pairings before the end of the season, the housemates will win a million dollars.“The producers made it look like Justin Rego walked up to her house, but the producers drove him,” Robinson reveals.“They had him get out of the car and filmed it as if he was walking past houses.” “Bachelorette” contestant Justin Rego appears to make a long journey — on crutches — in order to see Ali Fedotowsky, who was staying in another house 2 miles away.From sex in the ocean to carefully orchestrated emotional moments — here’s what really goes on when the cameras are off.Above: Many viewers were outraged when this season’s “Bachelorette,” Kaitlyn Bristowe, admitted to having sex with one of her suitors.
But the plot’s reductive pretense revolved around the fact that some of the suitors were secretly straight.