Shows like The Bachelor are already filled with so much emotion. But according to Harrison, adding in this layer of music made the contestants even more vulnerable and emotional. That makes sense if you think about it.
Putting yourself out there and trying to find love is scary enough. Add in sharing your talents and passion and hoping to intertwine love into the equation is even scarier.
"What the music added was this layer of emotion and vulnerability that I did not anticipate. Because going through ‘The Bachelor/Bachelorette,’ you open your heart, and it’s difficult, it’s raw, and it’s a very uncomfortable place for many to go. But on top of that, to bare all as far as your talent, your singing, that is another level of intimacy where you really have to go there. And so, you’re really exposed in this show."
I think this might be the reason why this show could be slightly more interesting than the other spin-offs we’ve seen so far. We can all relate to music in our own way, and we’re all trying to find love in some shape or form. What a beautiful thought, right?
Listen to Your Heart might be the light we need in these dark times–and I can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store for us.
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