Laura Bradley

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The show's attempts to grapple with race have felt consistently off. Casting Lee, some have observed, was an abdication of producers' duties to vet contestants at best, and a cynical, wildly inappropriate ratings grab at worst. Rachel has also been subjected to a constant stream of awkward moments, like when Peter Kraus, during a rap, referred to her as 'a girl from the hood.' (She grew up in an affluent suburb in Dallas.) These moments usually come and go without comment from Lindsay or anyone else onscreen.feedback
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Aug 09 2017
Laura Bradley has most recently been quoted in an article called The Bachelorette’ cast the first black star in franchise history, but rarely brought it up. Laura Bradley said, “The show's attempts to grapple with race have felt consistently off. Casting Lee, some have observed, was an abdication of producers' duties to vet contestants at best, and a cynical, wildly inappropriate ratings grab at worst. Rachel has also been subjected to a constant stream of awkward moments, like when Peter Kraus, during a rap, referred to her as 'a girl from the hood.' (She grew up in an affluent suburb in Dallas.) These moments usually come and go without comment from Lindsay or anyone else onscreen.”.
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