During the darkest times of the pandemic, the first season of Love Is Blind shattered through the COVID gloom as a bright light with a new and unfamiliar form of entertainment that got us through lockdown. Now, only three years later, we can say: it was a good run. The reality show fell from grace after airing a reunion that was so bad fans are petitioning (24,000 signatures and counting) to dump married couple Nick and Vanessa Lachey as LIB hosts while its contestants are voicing their own beef with the show.
The Love Is Blind cast members weren’t the only ones left at the altar. I’ve been ghosted before…but by Netflix? That’s a new low. The “high anticipated” reunion for the fourth season of Love Is Blind was meant to be Netflix’s second live event last night- and it’s still highly anticipated cause it never aired! Now Netflix is getting dragged by fans and its enemies for its empty promises.
Nick Lachey Made An Apparent Dig At His Marriage To Jessica Simpson During The “Love Is Blind” Season 3 Reunion
After Nick Lachey And Jessica Simpson inevitably divorced in 2006 after everyone gawked at the awkward father/daughter dynamic of their marriage on their wildly popular MTV reality show, Newlyweds, Jessica went on to build an apparel empire and start a family with her second husband, Eric Johnson; and Nick tied the knot with Vanessa Lachey (née Minnillo) in 2011 and started a family of their own. Nick and Vanessa have been the inexplicable and seemingly useless “hosts” on every season of the Netflix relationship experiment show, Love is Blind. Do they produce the show? Are they now visually impaired? Has the money run dry? No one knows. But at every turn, they take the opportunity to turn the conversation to themselves and their own marriage as though they’re some kind of beacon of love everlasting. And on the recent Love is Blind season 3 reunion, Nick took a blatant and unnecessary jab at his bygone marriage to Jessica while Vanessa sat right next to him on the couch. I
Vanessa Lachey Believes The Lack Of Body Diversity On “Love Is Blind” Is Because Contestants Are “Insecure” About Being Themselves
Netflix’s reality dating series Love Is Blind proves that not only is love blind, but it’s also tone deaf as well. And recently, the subject of the show’s lack of body diversity was brought up during a chat with Love Is Blind co-host Vanessa Lachey, who giddily dangles her ongoing love with co-host/husband Nick Lachey in contestants’ faces during every messy episode. And apparently to be on the cast of Love Is Blind (and most dating shows) you have to look a certain way and that way does not include being plus-sized. So Vanessa is finally speaking out on that criticism by blaming the contestants for having issues with their own insecurities.