Live performance review: The ‘Bachelor’ star says she was bullied on set

Posted October 08, 2018 12:22:11 When the show was filming on “The Bachelor” back in January, Bachelor star Shay Mitchell didn’t know what to expect.

Mitchell was the only one in the cast to be given a personal trainer and her husband was in a wheelchair.

She was also asked if she had any special skills.

She didn’t think much of it.

“I didn’t want to be judged on how I looked,” she said.

“It was just ‘How do I look?’

I mean, I have to be perfect. “

When we got in the room, we were supposed to be the ‘good girls,’ and I was the ‘bad girls,’ so I was like, ‘Oh, I don’t know, I guess I don’ want to do this.

And I was totally shocked that anyone would think that.” “

But the first thing that was on my mind was ‘I don’t want anybody judging me.’

And I was totally shocked that anyone would think that.”

Mitchell, who’s from Chicago, said she was shocked by the bullying.

“Everybody was like ‘You look like a bad girl.’

But it was really weird because it was something that I never really thought about or even imagined happening,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

She looks like she has anxiety.’ “

There were people who would say, ‘Well, she doesn’t look like she’s having fun.

She looks like she has anxiety.’

And that’s just how people feel when they see me, and I don”t even think about that.

And I remember sitting on the couch, just thinking about what I was going to say to them. “

At the time, I was just so nervous.

And I remember sitting on the couch, just thinking about what I was going to say to them.

I was scared to say anything because I knew what I would be doing to make them mad.

And so I just went in there and just kept smiling and just said, ‘Yeah, I did get a little bit nervous, but I’m glad I did it.

The Bachelor cast member on the set of ‘The Bachelor’ in January. “

And I think that was the one moment that really helped me.”

The Bachelor cast member on the set of ‘The Bachelor’ in January.

Photo by Robyn Beck/ABC via Getty Images Mitchell’s confidence grew in February when her first day on set was delayed for two weeks because of a storm.

And then it got postponed again. “

Because I didn”t think that it was going get postponed.

And then it got postponed again.

And, as I was standing there in front of everybody and thinking, ‘What do I do?

What do I say?’

I just started crying, and that”s when I started crying because I was afraid that I wasn”t going to get my day.

And when I did, I just cried even harder.

And there were tears of joy coming out of everybody because I got my first day back.

And the way that I responded to it was just to be like, This is amazing.

It”s amazing that I got a job and it”s a chance for me to get a second chance, so I”m really thankful for it.”

Mitchell was also the first contestant to graduate from the show and was able to work her way up to be a part of the Bachelor in Paradise, a reality series set in New Zealand.

She”s also a contestant on season 22 of the “Bachelor” and has her own series, “The Game,” on the Bravo network.

While she said that she felt like the bullying was part of what helped her become a better actress, she still struggled with it.

The bullying was so intense that it kept me from going to work, she said, adding that she”d try to deal with it all the time.

“It really helped my confidence and really gave me confidence to go to work and work on my acting, because I had to get on the right side of it and not just be an actor,” she added.

And it helped me to learn how to work through it.””

So I think I learned a lot about how to deal.

And it helped me to learn how to work through it.”