Rachel Lindsay asked some valid questions about the new bachelor poster

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Asked Rachel Lindsay about the new theme poster on EW Live with the theme of bachelors, she is not a fan.

Television personality Rachel Lindsay participates in the BUILD Speaker Series to discuss the television series “The Bachelorette” at BUILD Studio on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Rachel Lindsay knows that she is a big fan of Clare Crawley, but she is not a big fan of how ABC promotes her “Bachelor” season. The latest promotion has caused a lot of repercussions, mainly because it references classic movies. A new poster features Clare jeans and a suit jacket. She leaned against the wall, and at the front desk, a man was wearing socks.

This is a gender-biased version of the “Graduate” poster. This is a 1967 film about the love affair between 21-year-old Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) and the older Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). Then Benjamin fell in love with Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, Katharine Ross, who was more suitable for her age. The slogan at the top of the poster reads: “Time is up.”

Rachel appeared in the latest episode of EW Live on Sirius XM.

Although she admitted that she had not watched “The Graduate”, she did not like to pay so much attention to the content cited in the advertisement. When the host Jessica Shaw explained the plot of The Graduate, Rachel was not at all happy about it. “That’s a movie?!” she said with a smile. “Okay, I’m watching tonight. What?! I’m very hot now. I want to call someone. I didn’t realize it. Okay, now I’m a bit annoying.”

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A fan said:

“Turn Claire Crowley into “Mrs Robinson”, because her thirty-nine-year-old is driving me crazy?” We shouldn’t get any expectations from the franchise that allowed Colton Underwood to remake the 40-year-old Virgin Atlantic poster, but there is at least a sense of humor.

 It feels a bit impolite, especially when you think that the main part of the movie is that Mrs. Robinson in Benjamin’s eyes was replaced by her youngest daughter, like Clare was replaced by ten-year-old Tayshia Adams. ) Replaced by the same.

But Claire was not replaced by Tayshia, because men prefer younger women. The source said that Claire was replaced because she successfully found love and did not want to disturb a group of people she knew she didn’t want to date other people.

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