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Bachelor's casting defended as racial discrimination lawsuit filed; judge this past year's 70 contestants for yourself

Two men who applied to be The Bachelor sued the show, its producers, and network for racial discrimination today. Nashville's ABC affiliate WKRN has details; that includes a statement from Warner Horizon Television, which produces the series:"This complaint is baseless and without merit. In fact, we have had various participants of color throughout the series' history, and the producers have been consistently and publicly vocal about seeking diverse candidates for both programs.
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