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Reality TV Wars! ‘Little People’s Jeremy Roloff Slams ‘The Bachelor,’ Claims Show Does Not ‘Align’ With ‘Values’

Reality TV Wars! ‘Little People’s Jeremy Roloff Slams ‘The Bachelor’
Source: ABC; Courtesy Audrey Roloff/Instagram

Apr. 3 2019, Published 7:37 p.m. ET

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Former Little People, Big World star Jeremy Roloff can’t stand the country’s favorite dating reality show, The Bachelor, can reveal.

In his new book cowritten by wife Audrey, A Love Letter Life, the Christian blogger slams the ABC hit franchise, claiming it “does not align” with his conservative lifestyle.

The Bachelor/Bachelorette does not align with our collective values,” he huffed in the new book.

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He goes on to explain that at one point, Audrey was a fan of the show, and watched with girlfriends.

But she stopped viewing the guilty pleasure to appease her man, who said “I have something against how the shows represent true love and how we should go about looking for it.”

“After a few months of low-key discussions about it and explaining to Audrey where I was coming from, she admitted that the show did violate the values and convictions we both have about love,” he told readers.

Audrey Roloff

“Audrey gave it up in an effort to pursue our oneness and adhere to the principle of sharing.”

While The Bachelor features steamy nights in the Fantasy Suites between the Bachelor and his contestants, Jeremy, 28, and Audrey, 27, resisted sex before marriage due to their Christian beliefs.

However, as previously reported, Audrey admitted to “losing the purity battle” and engaging in hot hookups with her now-husband before saying “I do.”

Jeremy also copped to having a porn-viewing habit before a pastor helped him repent for his sins.

At times, fans have accused Audrey and Jeremy of going too far in their conservative beliefs. She once wrote on her blog that she did not “agree” with same-sex marriage, and slammed a gender-bending male CoverGirl model.



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