Vallarta, Mexico: Michael Aliu captured everyone’s hearts on “Bachelor in Heaven” with his tearful story about his late wife. Well, in no time at all, “BiP” fans turned their backs on him when he saw that he was desperate to get attention. With the second rose ceremony approaching, Michael has no one to count on to get the rose.
But it seems that the producers of “BiP” did Michael a favor by introducing a new member to the show. She joined Danielle Maltby from season 21 of The Bachelor. And with all the girls already hooked up, it seems pretty clear that Danielle has left with Michael. As soon as Daniel entered the island, Michael immediately jumped on her. He explained to viewers how happy he was that Daniel came as a saviour. The reality star stated, “I can’t wait to see if this could be something bigger.” In Season 8 of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Michael is seen taking Danielle to the bar and kissing her hand. The star further admits that he has no connection to the island and that their similar life experiences helped the duo bond with each other. Michael lost his wife to cancer, while Danielle lost her fiance Nick Viall. Michael even took Danielle on a beach date in the expectation that she would gift it to him at the second flower party. Well, BiP fans cursed the show for doing Michael a favor by bringing in Daniel.
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“Bachelor in Heaven” fans are wondering why the production is doing a favor by bringing in a new girl. Fans noticed waiter Well Adam’s tweet, claiming, “Oh, it wasn’t quiet. They cut it but I told MichaelAllio I had someone for him and then went up the stairs to heaven, and I greeted @daniellemmaltby and told her to go find Michael.” One fan replied, “Look, everything was set up by production for Daniel and Michael.” Another fan criticized the show, saying, “Now I know Michael owes the producers a favor, why else would they send the girl of his dreams to the beach in the middle of the night for a rose party.” Another wrote, “If Michael breaks up with Sierra, he’s not ‘ready to date’ and he stays, but then starts saying goodbye, then the production sends Danielle, and he’s not ready for her either?! Why does this show keep trying with Michael?! He needs to a healer and not to a girlfriend.”
Now I know Michael owes the producers a favor, otherwise why would they send the girl of his dreams to the beach in the middle of the night for a rose party 🙄#BachelorInParadise
– TheBachBabes (@TheBachBabes) October 18 2022
So Michael cancels it with Sierra b/c he’s not “ready to date” and stays, but then starts saying goodbye, then sends production to Danielle, who’s not ready for her either?! Why does this show keep trying with Michael?! He needs a therapist, not a girlfriend #BachelorInParadise
– Jill (@jmp119) October 18 2022
In addition, some fans criticized Michael by saying that he needs a therapist and not a relationship. One fan tweeted: “I’ll say it again, maybe Michael can hear me this time. He needs a therapist. Leave the island and go to therapy. Now Danielle is his therapist and that’s not good.” He criticized the latest Michael and Daniel’s relationship by saying: “Michael and Daniel have a traumatic relationship.” Moreover, fans have noticed how Michael and Daniel Casa Amor have outgrown. One BiP reviewer tweeted: “Wow, could Michael and Daniel even skip the Casa Amor development? Does the production owe this guy money or something?”
I’ll say it again, maybe Michael can hear me this time. It needs a handler. Leave the island and go to therapy. Danielle is now his therapist and that’s not good #BachelorInParadise
– Lorette Bach (@lorette_bach) October 18 2022
The new episode of Season 8 of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ airs every Monday and Tuesday at 8 PM ET.
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