"Bachelor" Contestant Was the Star of a Cole Swindell Video, So Why is ABC Casting Aspiring Actresses on Its Show?
True to form, the current season (maybe it's 79th?) of "The Bachelor" is shaping up to be a real barn burner. So far, contestants have dressed up like brides to take photos with Bachelor Nick Viall, slapped him and been sent home for sleeping with him after a mutual friend's wedding.
And like every season, there are fan favorites on the show. Currently, everyone is loving Danielle Maltby, or Danielle M. on the show. She's listed as a "neonatal nurse" from Nashville, Tennessee.
So, why is a neonatal nurse moonlighting as a country music video star on the side? Is she an actress?
During the most recent episode of "The Bachelor," Danielle M. received a rose after a coveted one-on-one date with Nick. Which is exactly where an aspiring actress would hope to be-- alone in front of the camera.
Danielle's Instagram account confirms it was her in the video. She thanks AMax Talent for letting her be a part of the video. AMax lists Danielle under "models." Danielle's Instagram bio also has info on booking information. Kind of weird for a nurse?
So, the real question-- ABC, why are you casting aspiring actresses and models on a show about finding true love?
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If you missed ABC's remake of the classic "Dirty Dancing," you only missed the opportunity to see what happens when you try to reinvent an eternal classic by adding a Pussycat Doll into the mix. Of course, the Internet had a lot to say about one of the saddest primetime made-for-TV movies ever.
I've always said I'm glad social media didn't exist when I was in middle school. I would've had more terrible YouTube videos out there than one could ever imagine.
6 Pretty Hilarious Things Jessica Simpson Said on "CBS Sunday Morning" (Before That Interview with Ellen)
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