May 04, 2021
‘Bachelorette’ Fans React to Katie Thurston’s Key Art
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The Bachelorette fans are weighing in on the key art for Katie Thurston’s season. ABC released the first official poster for the 17th season of the ABC dating show, which features Katie wearing a bright purple skirt and holding the franchise’s signature red rose as she looks over her shoulder at the camera.The poster features the tagline, “See what all the buzz is about.”
The tagline is a humorous reference to Katie’s first moment with last season’s “Bachelor” star, Matt James, when she met him during the limo meet and greet on the premiere of his season. Fans may recall that Katie introduced herself with a large purple vibrator in hand—and yes her entrance caused major buzz.‘Bachelorette’ Fans Reacted to Katie’s New Poster, With Many Saying It Looked Photoshopped View this post on Instagram
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It’s no surprise that Katie’s new poster created a lot of buzz. After ABC posted the key art on the official “Bachelorette” Instagram page, viewers reacted to the shot. Many fans thought the pic looked “horribly Photoshopped” and called out the show’s art department.
“Her face is way too airbrushed and it looks weird,” one viewer wrote. “ She doesn’t look real and she kind of doesn’t look like herself. Things like this lend to unrealistic standards of beauty that no one (including the subject of the photo) can really look like. The marketing team needs to do better here.”
“Um, can we talk about why you Photoshopped her to the point where she’s almost unrecognizable?!?” another fan asked.
Others thought the photo looked like it was a cheap glam shot taken at the mall, and even more commenters felt the pic looked cartoonish.
“Why does this poster look animated lol?” one fan asked.
“WHAT IS THIS EDIT SHE LOOKS LIKE A CARTOON,” one viewer wrote.
“Is this a painting? The editing on this is so weird,” another chimed in.
Others used the space to slam the franchise and the fact that longtime host Chris Harrison will not appear on Katie’s season in the aftermath of controversial comments he made about racism during Matt James’ season.
“Sadly there’s no buzz. There’s no budget. There’s no Chris,” one viewer wrote.Viewers Also Slammed Katie Thurston’s First ‘Bachelorette’ Promo View this post on Instagram
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Last week, ABC released the first promo for Katie’s season of “The Bachelorette,” which was recently filmed in a bubble at a resort in New Mexico. In the clip, the bank marketing manager wore a purple, prom-like gown, a white cocktail dress, and a “Be a Katie” t-shirt as rose petals fell to her feet.
Some viewers thought the promo for Katie’s season looked more like an ad for a Disney Channel movie than a primetime dating show, with others questioning if the long-running ABC reality show lost a chunk of its production budget. “The Bachelorette” will air back-to-back seasons with Katie and then Michelle Young, and some fans think the two leading ladies had to “split” a production budget.
Katie Thurston’s season of “The Bachelorette” premieres June 7 on ABC.
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Owl masters art of deception in stunning images where he disappears into a tree – leaving Instagram users baffled
THIS owl has mastered the art of deception as he is caught blending seamlessly into a tree.
The snaps, captured in Canada, show a Great Grey as he momentarily turns his head to break his prefect camouflage disguise.5Owl about this for camouflage?Credit: Jam Press 5The crafty camouflaged owl was spotted by a photographer in CanadaCredit: Jam Press
Edsel James S. Batuigas, 45, from Burnaby, Canada, took the snaps while he was out in his favourite wildlife spot in British Columbia.
The eagle eyed photographer had travelled by car for five hours to get to the location where he spotted the owl and it was by chance that he saw the bird.
Edsel said: “I was planning to look for the great grey owl that day.
“I was driving on a forest road searching for the great grey owls, scanning every tree hoping to find one during noon time, where they’re usually resting.
“Then suddenly in the corner of my eye I noticed something moving in the tree trunk, that’s when I realised it was the owl cunningly blended with the bark of the tree.
“If the owl didn't look at me, I would have missed it.”5The photographer only noticed the owl when it turned its head towards himCredit: Jam Press 5The optical illusion seen in the stunning images have baffled people on InstagramCredit: Jam Press
Edsel, who has been practising photography as a hobby for 11 years, originally took the photos in March but later shared the set on Instagram – stunning social media users.
The post has so far racked up more than 90,000 likes as people were left baffled as tried their best to solve the optical illusion.
“This is why we can't see them," wrote one person.
Another person said: “You can’t see it…but it can see you.”
“Wow that is camouflage,” someone else commented.
One fan described it as having “amazing stealth”.
“Bro his is why we can’t see them,” another person said.
Someone else wrote: “That’s crazy how well it blends in.”
“This is why we never see goddamn owls,” said someone else.
Other viewers said they needed prescription sunglasses or ultraviolet vision to spot the sneaky creature.
“Amazing,” an impressed fan added.
“Wow what a picture," wrote someone else.5Some user said they needed prescription sunglasses or ultraviolet vision to spot the sneaky creatureCredit: Jam Press
The great grey owl can be found scattered across North America, Europe and Asia.
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Edsel added: “I usually post my owl pictures on Facebook groups and my page and rarely on Instagram, but a friend messaged me that he saw my great grey owl picture shared on some accounts on Instagram.
“I was really surprised by the response it had.”Tiny owl makes a home in family’s indoor Christmas tree…then refuses to leave