Bachelor star’s BRUTAL clapback at whingeing ex-contestants

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The Bachelor‘s resident ‘boss lady’ Areeba Emmanuel has hit back at whingeing former contestants who insist the reality show is ‘fake’ and ‘scripted’.

The outspoken 25-year-old said on Thursday that the most surprising thing about filming The Bachelor was just how genuine the whole experience was.

While she didn’t mention any of her co-stars by name, Areeba’s comments appear to be in reference to claims made by ex-bachelorette Nadine Kodsi last month. 

Setting the record straight: The Bachelor's resident 'boss lady' Areeba Emmanuel (pictured) has hit back at whingeing former contestants who insist the reality show is 'fake' and 'scripted'

Setting the record straight: The Bachelor’s resident ‘boss lady’ Areeba Emmanuel (pictured) has hit back at whingeing former contestants who insist the reality show is ‘fake’ and ‘scripted’

Nadine tried to publicly expose the show as ‘staged’ after being eliminated in the first episode, claiming that Locky Gilbert was told what to say by producers.

But Areeba, who was sent packing on Wednesday’s show before production went into lockdown, told Now To Love that this couldn’t be further from the truth.

‘Well, a lot of people would say that the show is all pre-planned, like “Oh the producer made me say it”, but the biggest surprise was actually realising that it was reality TV,’ she said.

‘We genuinely had no idea who Locky was. So the first time I ever met him was when I got out of that car. They don’t tell you anything. It can be quite annoying, actually.’

It's not scripted! The outspoken 25-year-old said on Thursday that the most surprising thing about filming The Bachelor was just how genuine the whole experience was

It’s not scripted! The outspoken 25-year-old said on Thursday that the most surprising thing about filming The Bachelor was just how genuine the whole experience was

Shortly before the Bachelor’s season premiere last month, Nadine told Daily Mail Australia that the first days of filming had been carefully choreographed.

She claimed the producers were ‘evil’, that Locky was a ‘puppet’, and that the women were pushed into behaving in a certain way.

Nadine has since tried to sabotage this year’s season, putting her at risk of legal consequences by breaking her participation agreement with Channel 10 and Warner Bros.

Throwing shade? While she didn't mention any of her co-stars by name, Areeba's comments appear to be in reference to claims made by ex-bachelorette Nadine Kodsi last month

Sour grapes? Nadine (pictured) tried to publicly expose the show as 'staged' after being eliminated in the first episode, claiming that Locky Gilbert was told what to say by producers

Throwing shade? While she didn’t mention any of her co-stars by name, Areeba’s comments appear to be in reference to claims made by ex-bachelorette Nadine Kodsi (right) last month

'Well, a lot of people would say that the show is all pre-planned, like "Oh the producer made me say it", but the biggest surprise was actually realising that it was reality TV,' Areeba said

‘Well, a lot of people would say that the show is all pre-planned, like “Oh the producer made me say it”, but the biggest surprise was actually realising that it was reality TV,’ Areeba said

Nadine recently shared an Instagram post ‘leaking’ Locky’s final two contestants: Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska.

However, these women have been the bookies’ favourites for weeks, so her insight was hardly groundbreaking.

The Bachelor continues Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10 

Bold claims: Shortly before the Bachelor's season premiere last month, Nadine said that the first days of filming had been carefully choreographed. She claimed the producers were 'evil', that Locky was a 'puppet', and that the women were pushed into behaving in a certain way

Bold claims: Shortly before the Bachelor’s season premiere last month, Nadine said that the first days of filming had been carefully choreographed. She claimed the producers were ‘evil’, that Locky was a ‘puppet’, and that the women were pushed into behaving in a certain way

Sabotage mission: She recently shared an Instagram post (above) 'leaking' Locky's final two contestants: Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska

Sabotage mission: She recently shared an Instagram post (above) ‘leaking’ Locky’s final two contestants: Bella Varelis and Irena Srbinovska

Spoiler alert? Bella (pictured) and Irena have been the bookies' favourites for weeks, so Nadine's insight was hardly groundbreaking

Spoiler alert? Bella and Irena (pictured) have been the bookies' favourites for weeks, so Nadine's insight was hardly groundbreaking

Spoiler alert? Bella (left) and Irena (right) have been the bookies’ favourites for weeks, so Nadine’s insight was hardly groundbreaking

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