The Bachelor Fans Call Shanae ‘Crazier Than Cassidy’; Dub Both Season 26 Villains

By: christy r mathew

On ‘The Bachelor,’ group dates can get extremely competitive. After all, when it comes to winning, these women don’t mess around. Each season is notorious for having a villain, and Season 26 appears to have found not one, but two.

Marlena, Elizabeth, Kate, Sarah, Lyndsey, Rachel, Tessa, and Shanae made the cut for the second group date, proving that the competition was fierce. Things got…messy on the group date, which included a red flag game and obstacle course organised by comedian Ziwe.

Shanae went all out on the group date, introducing herself as Shay Nae Nae and claiming that she was revealing a different part of herself throughout the show. Her actions, however, were not well received by the rest of the band or the audience.

“Wait how did they find two of the same people with one brain?? (Shaniae & Cassidy) #TheBachelor” tweeted a fan. “Usually #TheBachelor has at least one psychopath to keep up viewings but we got TWO this season! #Yikes” added another. “Shenae’s master, Cassidy will NOT be happy with her droid’s performance today. #TheBachelor” tweeted a fan.

In order to add to the drama, Shanae went to Clayton and told him that Elizabeth was acting strangely. She explained that they clicked the first night, but that she later disregarded her.

Clayton approached Elizabeth about her actions, to which she responded that she had addressed the issue and that Shanae had pushed her throughout the challenge. Despite this, she was more concerned with her connection with Clayton than with difficulties like this one.

Elizabeth took Cheyenne aside and apologised for making her feel that way, but Elizabeth suffers from sensory overload as a result of her ADHD. She went on to say that she wasn’t ignoring Shanae; she was simply trying to process the situation.

Shanae seems unconcerned about the issue, even bringing up Elizabeth’s ADHD in front of the others. The moment they saw it, fans started yelling red flags.