A medical staff made an appearance in the episode of “The Bachelor” on Monday night, when a female player fighting for the heart of protagonist Matt James almost collapsed.
Sarah Trott, a 24-year-old broadcast journalist from San Diego, California, needed help when she stumbled on the scene during the rose ceremony. Trott’s unstable behavior caught James’s attention. James stopped the ceremony and walked to Trott to ask her if it was okay.
Yahoo said: “I am looking at the stars.”
Bri Springs, a 24-year-old communications manager from San Francisco, also noticed Trott’s difficulties and alerted medical staff. Springs told the producer, “She is going to pass out.”
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Trotter told the doctor: “I’m getting a black screen. I can’t see.”
The second episode of Season 25 ends with the message “to be continued”, prompting questions from bachelor fans who are eager to know if Trot is okay.
So far, a Twitter user called Trott one of her favorite players. He wrote: “I hope she can keep a low profile.”
Another worry is, “Sarah is being legalized due to a panic attack. I hope she will get better.”
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“No, is SARAH okay?” another audience member asked.
“Well, how is Sarah?!?!” A person tweeted.
Early in the series, Trotter was one of the two ladies who got a rose from the starring “Bachelor”. According to reports, she established contact with James after publicly learning about her father’s diagnosis of Lou Grigg’s disease.
James made history as the first black protagonist on the ABC game show this season.
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Before his debut, he sat down for an interview with People magazine, where he discussed his ultimate goal as a role model for the black community.
He said: “I hope that taking this position will pave the way for people like me to become this position and normalize it.” “‘Oh, Matt is an excellent bachelor.” It doesn’t have to be, “Oh, He is a great black bachelor.””
James went on to discuss his experience growing up as the son of interracial parents and the pressure on him to leave a good legacy.
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“That’s something that keeps me awake at night. It’s like, I don’t want to annoy black people, I don’t want to annoy white people, but I’m both of these. Do you know what I mean? It’s like, how do I please everyone ?” He said.