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The amount of music they wanted, and the time frame to do it in, was so different from scripted television and film—just a load of music in a short amount of time.
whether she felt 'pressured to choose a black guy.''Yes, I'm very honest about that,' Rachael replied.
When Brad Segal studied classical piano at Juilliard, he didn’t expect that he would one day leverage his talents to score scenes of women weeping in Jacuzzis. When I went to Juilliard, I thought I was going to be a concert pianist. I first got a job at a jingle company in New York, writing music for commercials, then went on to score TV and film.
But as a composer and music supplier for about how he manipulates contestants’ personalities from the moment they exit the limo, wrings high tension out of people sitting around, and ramps up the string music to drum up some reality television romance. When the early stage of reality shows hit, it was a rude awakening.
Audiences saw Rachel Lindsay, the first African-American Bachelorette, give her rose to Bryan Abasolo in the 13th season finale of the show on August 7.
But in reality, she had chosen the 37-year-old chiropracter back in May after meeting him for the first time in March.