2 Black Girls, 1 Rose

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You're Going to Hometowns
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  • Weekly recaps of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, Ready to Love, and Love is Blind
 
You Ain't Half Bad
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  • Weekly recaps of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, Ready to Love, and Love is Blind
  • Bonus bi-monthly lifestyle episodes from your two faves (we’ll chat career, travel, beauty, dating/relationships, and more)
You're Makin' Moves
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  • Weekly recaps of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, Ready to Love, and Love is Blind
  • Bonus bi-monthly lifestyle episodes from your two faves (we’ll chat career, travel, beauty, dating/relationships, and more)
  • Birthday shoutout: you get your own page in the Church Announcements
  • Monthly Video Hangout: Let's spill the tea! Join an exclusive video chat with us and other members of the Patreon crew where we'll hangout, answer your burning questions, and dish out advice!

About

Our names are Justine and Natasha and we co-host the podcast 2 Black Girls, 1 Rose: “where two black ass girls invade the whitest show on Earth….the Bachelor!”

While there are a multitude of Bachelor Nation podcasts, we are the ONLY people of color in this space sharing our colorful commentary and opinions on all things Bachelor, as well as providing a much-needed voice for all the viewers of color of this show.

We launched on December 18, 2017 with the premiere of Arie’s season, and have since released episodes every week recapping The Bachelor, Bachelor Winter Games, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise.

We've conducted interviews with the illustrious Rachel Lindsay, as well as Venmo John, Bibianna, Ashley Spivey, Seinne, Lauren G, and Diggy!

While we’ve had fun recapping The Bachelor franchise, choosing our favorites and roasting the villains, and dissecting the occasionally questionable hair and makeup choices, we created this podcast for a bigger purpose. When we watched this show all about the quintessential love story, we felt an urge to see more women and men who looked like us. Women and men of all ethnicities, sexual orientations, sizes, and even haircuts, deserve to have representation in Bachelor Nation. We strive to be the voice for everyone across the country who tunes into this show for a glimpse of romance, without seeing THEIR love story told!

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