I mean, everyone already assumes The Bachelorette is fixed, right? It seems that poor Emily Maynard is in for even more heartache and drama in the coming weeks. The National Enquirer has uncovered some things that only bolster the idea that this show is more about big ratings and less about love then they’d like viewers to believe.
Kalon McMahon made THE entrance of the first episode, basically landing at Emily’s feet in a helicopter. It was insinuated that he was a wealthy business man from Texas and he immediately seemed to intimidate some of the other guys. According to McMahon’s grandmother, not only does he not get the final rose, but he walked onto the show with absolutely no intention of getting married.
“There will be no new granddaughter named Emily in our family’s future,” said the 74-year-old, Joelle Rogers, who lives in Houston. As far as Kalon’s wealth she has this to say, “he has about as much money as these homeless guys I give $5 to every time I drive down the street in Houston! Kalon knows you don’t just fall madly in love while spend ing a very structured time with a person under those circumstances,” she said. “It’s laughable. Nobody in the family expected him to get married, and nobody’s disappointed. He’s well-known in Houston as a consultant and model,” she explained. “They heard about him and they came after him. Kalon eventually agreed to be on the show just for the life experience. ‘The Bachelorette’ is supposed to be about falling in love and getting married, but he never had any intention of doing that.”
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