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Friday, August 26, 2011

Use Blog Title: Ben and Constantine on the Bachelorette

Guest post written by Heather Morris

I thought that it was so weird on the Bachelorette this season when I realized that the guy who I thought was the same person was actually two guys who looked almost identical. I can't be the only eon that thought that Ben and Constantine looked like twins! It was kind of eerie, especially because they both made it pretty far along in the process. I thought that after the Bachelorette was all said and done this season, I would write a blog post about it for my blog.

While I was looking online to see if any other reality TV bloggers caught on to that too, I ran across the website After I read through that some I decided to buy a URL on there to move my blog over to my own website, which is something that I've been considering for a while.

I did find several other blogs talking about that. I knew that I wasn't the only one! It's so weird that the producers cast two guys that look so much alike.

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