I am too jaded, been around PR etc too long, to take at face value anything she says along those lines.Originally Posted by Shelley2021;3296360;
Chris said openly that her demographic matches the show's demographic precisely.
It is mutually beneficial within the Warner corporate family to promote and discuss the show. She owns her own show via a production company. But Warner produces the Bachelor and syndicates and distributes her show.
When Matt Lauer interviews someone from The Office, but never from Lost, aren't we all savvy enough to know that it's product placement? ANY Ellen segment discussing or previewing or mentioning or interviewing this show is product placement, that's my premise.
Only Portia knows whether Ellen is a "really big fan" or thinks it's a big misogynistic (SAT word of the month for me) pile of crap.
I did think it was very interesting that as of last week her take was that whomever he picked, it won't last. A calculated remark, released at this stage, to subliminally prepare the audience for the inevitable break-up. Yup. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
Like Jimmy Kimmel telling Brad, "you may have picked no one."