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Fans of “The Bachelorette” took to Twitter ahead of President Trump’s Supreme Court announcement to complain that the breaking news interrupt of the reality dating show.
The contest usually runs on Mondays, from 8 am to 10 pm EST — but Trump is expected to reveal his nominee for the nation’s highest court at 9 am
“Can he just tweet? I don’t want this cutting into The Bachelorette tonight,” one person complained.
He can just tweet? I don’t want this cutting into The Bachelorette tonight RT @wsvn: Trump has decided his court nominated big reveal tonighthttps://t.co/8CgSfr9TgN pic.twitter.com/lc1DYkmPFP
— dre (@drebaybay) 9 July 2018
A Twitter user claimed, “If they pause The Bachelorette for Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, then I’m 100% done with this country.”
If they pause The Bachelorette for Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, then I’m 100% done with this country.
— Guthrie Andres (@guthrieandres) 9 July 2018
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“Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison tweeted a “PSA” in the run-up to the Monday of the delivery.
Here is my PSA for #BachelorNation @abcnews will cut in at 9/8 ET/CT tonight for a SCOTUS announcement. #TheBachelorette is going to be “suspended” and to be seen in its entirety. Now go have a great day and I’ll see you tonight!
— Chris Harrison (@chrisbharrison) 9 July 2018
Harrison said the program is “paused” and to be seen in its entirety.”
“Bachelor Nation” fans were quick to reply to Harrison’s post.
Uggghhhhhhh. Don’t they know this is MUCH more important?!?!
— Stephanie (@StephsJewells) 9 July 2018
TRUMP HAS CHOSEN HIS SUPREME COURT NOMINEE, SOURCE SAYS
Unless you are appointed to SCOTUS, I don’t care
— Ryan Nicole (@ryansagirl) 9 July 2018
Thank you. I swear, I think he hates the Bachelorette.
— Bass Grrrl 🎸 (@pookerella) 9 July 2018
That Court will be the final rose tonight ? #bachelorette #ScotusPick
— Jordan Thailer (@jthailer) 9 July 2018
Harrison gave people to record the show for an extra half hour. Fans thanked the emcee for the heads-up.
“Would have bad to miss the last 30 min,” a user said the host. “Thank you for coming to the rescue there Chris!”
Would have bad to miss the last 30 min. Thanks everyone for coming to the rescue there Chris! pic.twitter.com/qyPxKaq27V
— Kevin Quigley (@KevinQuigley22) 9 July 2018
“Chris Harrison our man to be a gentleman and warning for us this time,” another added.
@courtneymocklow Chris Harrison our man to be a gentleman and warning for us in this time
— Sarah Fletcher (@beary_13) 9 July 2018
“Thank you, Pa!” a woman joked.
thank you, Pa! pic.twitter.com/aS7EpHmy1E
— One N’ Roses (@on_roses) 9 July 2018
“Chris Harrison is the real MVP,” a Twitter user added.
Chris Harrison is the real mvp.💯
— audreyivins🐶 (@audreyabarney) 9 July 2018
The advice comes after the “Bachelorette” fans were sent into a panic in June, when ABC cut off of the dating series, viewers will Trump the historic meeting of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
In that incident, the official Twitter of the reality series let fans know that they would be able to watch the episode “in its entirety” after “Special Report” but that is no help to viewers who had their Dvr’s. Viewers who are not watching in real time were disappointed when their recordings were cut off.
Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky contributed to this report.