Bachelor star Florence Alexandra criticizes new series as “shabby” and cheaply made

Bachelor in Paradise star Florence Alexandra slams Bachelors’ new series as “shabby” and cheap with contestants wearing “casual” outfits: “I don’t know where the budget went.”

Florence ‘Alexandra’ Moerenhout is very familiar with the Bachelor universe, having starred in Matty Johnson’s 2017 season and two series of Bachelor In Paradise.

And the reality star isn’t impressed with what she sees on the latest installment of The Bachelors show.

The 31-year-old criticized the series as cheap and shabby in an interview with Yahoo on Friday.

Florence'Alexandra' Moerenhout (pictured) is very familiar with the Bachelor universe, having starred in Matty Johnson's 2017 season. And the reality star isn't impressed with what she sees on the latest installment of The Bachelors show

Florence ‘Alexandra’ Moerenhout (pictured) is very familiar with the Bachelor universe, having starred in Matty Johnson’s 2017 season. And the reality star isn’t impressed with what she sees on the latest installment of The Bachelors show

“I don’t understand why they had to change the concept so much with the super modern mansion, the three bachelors and even the styling,” she said.

“The girls wear a lot more casual clothes to rose ceremonies and the budget for the dates has been cut, I think,” Florence continued.

“I don’t know where the budget went, but I rode a helicopter about four times while doing The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise. It was helicopters galore, but I’ve never seen a helicopter!’

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“The girls wear a lot more casual clothes to rose ceremonies and the budget for the dates has been cut, I think,” Florence said

She went on to say that the

She went on to say that the “entire sexual aspect of this season” is ruining the show’s “charm.” “Now it’s just a little dingy,” she said

She went on to say that the “entire sexual aspect of this season” is ruining the show’s “charm.”

“It was like ‘no sex before marriage’ and we focused on the connection. It’s just a little bit dingy now, and I feel like that’s why the relationships probably won’t stand the test of time,” she said.

The Dutch bombshell first rose to fame in 2017’s Matty season before wreaking havoc on seasons one and two of Bachelor In Paradise.

She recently returned to the big screen in Season 8 of the US version of Bachelor In Paradise. The 31-year-old (centre) is pictured with some of her American castmates

She recently returned to the big screen in Season 8 of the US version of Bachelor In Paradise. The 31-year-old (centre) is pictured with some of her American castmates

Aussie fans will remember Florence's romance with Davey Lloyd from Bachelor In Paradise Australia season 2

Aussie fans will remember Florence’s romance with Davey Lloyd from Bachelor In Paradise Australia season 2

She recently returned to the big screen in Season 8 of the US version of Bachelor In Paradise.

Aussie fans will remember Florence’s affair with Jake Ellis in season one before he left her for Megan Marx.

She then returned for season two, where she made it to the end with Davey Lloyd before the couple broke up.

Since the show, Florence has continued to work as an Instagram influencer.

Since the show, Florence has continued to work as an Instagram influencer

Since the show, Florence has continued to work as an Instagram influencer

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