As a fan of Short degree franchising, we have all our favorite competitors. Some people really come across very well on the screen, while others have difficulty drawing empathy.
Degree in paradise offers competitors that may not have obtained the best changes in their seasons The bachelor or The Bachelorette the possibility of redeeming oneself. In heaven, people are given much more transmission time and therefore able to show more personality.
Sometimes this really works in favor of the competitor, as in the case of Krystal Nielson and Chris Randone, who left their initial seasons as villains and completely changed their public personalities after finding love in Paradise. And sometimes, more time than the camera just means that people find out more about your flaws like with Blake Horstmann, who switched from fan favorite to social pariah after continuing Paradise.
The reputation of Caelynn Miller-Keyes
Caelynn Miller-Keyes went on Paradise with a good reputation. She had just come out of Colton Underwood's season The bachelor where she was accused of wanting to be a degree. But he did quite well on the show that the fans didn't turn it on and most still wanted to see her find love.
Miller Keyes love triangle
While in Paradise, Miller-Keyes connected with the former player Dean Unglert. She and Unglert hit him almost instantly and the one for the other seemed strangely perfect. But in the end, Unglert had cold feet and broke with the former queen of beauty before getting home.
After Unglert had left, Connor Saeli arrived on the beach and he and Miller-Keyes entered into a relationship quite quickly. Things seemed to be going well for the two for a while. At least they were until Unglert returned to the beach.
When Unglert returned, he told Miller-Keyes that he was ready to have a relationship with her and asked her to leave the show with him.
Finally, Miller-Keyes decided to accept Unglert on his offer and left Saeli on the beach.
Rachel Lindsay's feelings towards Miller-Keyes
Former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay went to People TV Reality check and gave his opinion on Miller-Keyes and the whole situation.
"Connor and Caelynn are strange to me," said the newlyweds. "I don't understand Caelynn and I'm not a big fan, I'll just be honest. I don't understand it, it looks like flip-flops more than any other person I've ever seen."
"He was headlong for Dean. Connor comes in, his hair is changing and it's like, "Connor is who I wanted to meet all the time," he continued. "He was apparently crying over Dean at the wedding, but then he sees Connor and changes completely – what is he?"
Before Monday's episode, Lindsay thought that choosing Saeli would be Miller's best option.
"So I feel like I have to choose Connor at this point, because, you know, you went all in with him," he said "Then he could have chosen someone else. I don't know, I'm not confident in them just because I'm not confident in Caelynn's decisions because he seems to follow the whim. "
But as we all know, Miller-Keyes did not follow Lindsay's advice. I hope he doesn't regret it.