Gretchen Rossi is at it again, blaming her reality TV woes on editing. If you watch The Real Housewives of Orange County, you're familiar with this.
This time, it's Marriage Boot Camp that's drawn her fire.
Rossi has complained for years about Bravo editing footage to make her look bad, and has now made the same allegations against her new show.
On the most recent episode, the couples filmed in a morgue (seriously), with Gretchen pretending to be dead and Slade Smiley reading "last words."
Seriously. After the airing, Gretchen took to Twitter:
"Ok now I’m pissed! Just watched the morgue scene and that was a total voice over of Elizabeth saying ‘that’s it, your [sic] not going to touch her one last time.'"
"That was never said in that moment," Rossi complained, "and they did not show half of what Slade said to me and how he embraced me afterwards."
[SIDE NOTE: Can you imagine Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell doing this scene? We're envisioning "Oh Nikki ... ees okay, I sure do like you a lot!"]
Gretchen continued, "I’m calling #bs with that editing on #MarriageBootCamp #notcool exactly why we were hesitant to do the hot button exercise right before that.”
"#overit #mbc has been completely on point till that scene in the morgue where they [led] the audience to belief Slade wasn't doing something he should of."
"Everyone's way of dealing with death is different. Jenni [Farley] didn't touch Roger, so why isn't everyone all over her about it? Not gunna stand for any bullshit anymore!"
Good to know. Very, very good to know. But if this keeps happening for multiple years on multiple shows, maybe it's you Gretchen? Just saying.