Love is Blind. A blind dating show has again come under fire for its editing abilities. A TikToker pointed out a considerable editing error in the show’s second season. The video depicting the entire incident has since gone viral.
Salvador Perez, one of the show’s participants, created shrimp stir fry for his date with fiancée Mallory Zapata. Still, the quantity of the fry on the plate, which was initially full up, kept altering during their intensive talk. The supporters are now having a field day because of this blunder.
TikTok brought out an editing error in All About Love is Blind
The error was discovered by TikTok user @straightouttaperu while watching Salvador Perez and his fiancée Mallory Zapata’s date video. The couple talked about how they feel about their relationship because they’ve “gone through a lot together,” and their conversations have been “tough” at times.
Instead of “shutting” each other out, they were pleased to sit down, talk, and open up with each other on their date night. The pair chose to put their past issues behind them and start over with a “clean slate.”
“Here’s is kinda half empty, but just wait,” the user said, pointing to their meal plates, which showed the amount of food on their platter altering in a fraction of a second, sometimes full of fries and sometimes empty.
He then remarks, “It’s all gone! His lunch has vanished “then the shot changes to a new viewpoint, pointing out that Perez’s food is gone once more.
The blunder led the user to believe that the “whole show” was made up of cut-up clips.” The video quickly went viral. As of this writing, the video has received 14.6K shares and 68.7K likes.
Fans were taken aback by the Love is Blind editing, as some assumed the couple’s scene was cut as “Not at all authentic.”
This isn’t the first time Love is Blind’s editing abilities have been questioned. Even Abhishek “Shake” Chatterjee, who was chastised on the show for body-shaming his fiancée Deepti Vempati, blamed the show’s biased editing for ruining his image and reputation.