One of this year's questionable bachelors, vying for the hand of Bachelorette Emily Maynard, is getting rewarded for his disgusting lack or morals and manners. He's been invited to take part in Bachelor Pad 3. His name is Kalon McMahon.
For those who don't watch the popular ABC dating show, Kalon is just one of the far too many contestants clearly participating for all the wrong reasons. Each so-called gentleman has their own special agenda.
Although McMahon always told Emily the right things to her face, what he said behind her back it was a completely different story. He even went so far as to refer to her beautiful daughter as nothing more than "baggage." Worse yet, when Maynard called him on the remark, he basically laughed in her face.
Although everyone knows the show's scripted, at least in part, some things are inexcusable. McMahon's remarks fall into that category. However, the producers don't seem to care. They're giving the creep another chance to make a fool of himself on Bachelor Pad 3.
McMahon joins Michael Stagliano, who won it all just last year. It seems splitting a quarter of a million dollars wasn't enough for him. He wants more money and supposedly another chance at love, after losing his fiancÃ©e, Holly Durst, to another bachelor while they took part in the show.
Word has it another bachelor from this season's Bachelorette will also join the cast. However, his name hasn't yet been released because he's still busy wooing Emily. One of Deanna Pappas' cast-offs, Ryan Hoag, will also take part along with two more from Jillian Harris's year -- Reid Rosenthal and Ed Swideriski. Ashley Hebert cast-off, Nick Peterson, will take part as well.
Five of the women who vied for former Bachelor Ben Flajnik will show up for Bachelor Pad 3. They are Lindzi Cox, Blakely Jones, Jamie Otis, Jaclyn Swartz and Rachel Trueheart. Another season two Bachelor Pad cast-off, Erica Rose, joins them along with Sarah Newton. She failed to win the heart of Brad Womak.
The cast will also include some self-proclaimed super fans of the show. An open casting call found the three women and two men chosen.
The Bachelor Pad begins airing on ABC on July 23rd.