I guess times change and with it the perception of "classy."
When we think back over previous shows we talk about the women whose exits were gut-wrenching or heartbreaking for them or us, but who handled themselves with grace. (Such an old fashion word)
Sadie's goodbye to Lorenzo was truly gracious. He said two words and she wished him the best of everything. That is "class."
Bevin's mute response was heartwrenching, but she held herself together through the long walk to the podium and back. It was truly class.
Krisily's reaction and response to Charlie was truly classy and gracious - for a young woman who was called trailor trash. And she had to do hers on live TV.
Danielle's exit, Noelle's exit Moana's painful, painful rejection. I am sure most of you can think of more women who we truly respect.
Give me a classy exit where the young man or woman graciously accepts that they are not the one chosen in the end. It will elicit my sympathy. For Chelsea, I just undrestand why she was not the one No sympathy there. The reality, when we admit it, is that most cast recover VERY quickly and are ready to do it all over again, once they are released from quarantine.
Best of everything to Shayne and Matt. I enjoyed your journey.