Amy Schumer Calls Out Chris Harrison For Calling Former Contestant “Complicated.”

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Shame on you, Chris Harrison!

On Monday, Amy Schumer and the rest of MY PEOPLE tuned into The Bachelor: Women Tell All special and was NOT happy when host Chris Harrison decided to label recent contestant Jubilee Sharpe as “complicated”.

During the episode, Sharpe gushed about Bachelor Ben Higgins and explained:

“Ben was everything that I thought he was. You know, he didn’t see me and my complicated past as a huge obstacle.”

Which was, you know, not good (Jubilee was ALWAYS too down on herself) until Harrison kind of reinforced her past as being, um, COMPLICATED:

“I know you can’t control how complicated you are. You might be complicated, and I know you stir the pot sometimes, but I hope you realize you’re a pretty special woman, and I really appreciate you coming here and opening up the way you did.”

Amy Schumer was NOT having it. She took to twitter in multiple tweets to say:

“There is nothing wrong with “complicated” women Chris Harrison. You treated it like something she should fight. A women shouldn’t try to be less complicated so as to hopefully attract a man. And she shouldn’t find value in herself just because a dude liked her. Come on bro.”

“She is smart and strong and a sergeant in the military. She lost her entire family and you say she must fight off being complicated.”

Unlike most of the girls who are like, aestheticians from Vegas, Jubilee actually has a crazy and impressive story: not only is she a war veteran, but she was adopted after her biological family died in Haiti.

Chris- time for an apology, BRO.

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 at 8:08am
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