If Chris Harrison is on your TV on prime time, there is a great chance that the Bachelor, or on this night, the Bachelorette is ruling the trends. Tonight was no different, and fans will have a second outing this week on their usual Tuesday night as well.
But tonight was about the final rose ceremony before hometowns. Bachelorette Tayshia Adams sent home four guys in the first hour of the the program, including fan favorite and later show antihero Bennett and his youthful nemesis Noah. Tomorrow, it does look like we’re indeed going to get our hometowns.
We weren’t even halfway done though.
It was the popular “Men Tell All” segment in the second hour that got a lot of the buzz going. Including the return of Yosef, who’s tirade against the first Bachelorette, Clare Crawley, reminded the entire “nation” of how much of a piece of work he was. And we wouldn’t see any remorse from him on this night. Even Chris Harrison gave up on him. When Tayshia finally did arrive, we did get a lot of the emotionally charged discussions common on this segment.
It was a fun night. But I missed the crowd.
Looking under the hood. #TheBachelorette lead the trends for much of the evening in the major markets. A usually busy Monday was no different tonight, with Monday Night Football featuring the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens pushing near the top as well, and WWE Monday Night Raw taking it’s regular third spot. Later in the evening, the two would move to the top in the 10 and 11 o’clock hours EST.
Trending terms and searches included: The Bachelorette, Tayshia, Chris Harrison, Chubb, Baker, Lamar and WWE Raw. There was also some leftover trends and searches from the electoral vote earlier in the day.
I’m sure Tayshia will be on top again tomorrow night
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FTR Trends are a compilation of measurements, engagement, and sentiment from social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook using third party tools, and readings from search engines such as Google.
They should not be considered scientific or exact, and are “snapshots” taken over a certain period of Eastern Standard Time. Novelty trends such as “Motivation Monday” and “Caturday” are excluded.