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“Love Is Blind” alum Lauren Speed ​​says the show is “eliminating” black women

Lauren, who married Cameron Hamilton during the show’s first season, says the show has continually failed to feature black women.

“I don’t like how LIB cuts off all black women. How come they’re always in the trailer but not on the show?” Lauren recently wrote on Twitter.

I don’t like how LIB cuts off all black women. How come they’re always in the trailer but not on the show… 👀

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@Need4LSpeed ​​/ Via Twitter: @Need4LSpeed

And the cast of the show’s third season does, in fact, include several black women who aren’t shown during the casting process.

Lauren went on to say that she thinks most of the couples on the show are “forced” and wants to know why the production team doesn’t encourage relationships with black women.

“I know there are few options, but about 85% of them couples are forced (just moving forward for entertainment purposes) anyway,” he tweeted. “At least they could force a few more sisters to advance during the show. 🤷🏾‍♀️”

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I know there are few options, but about 85% of them, the couples are forced (they just move forward for entertainment purposes) anyway. They could at least force a few more sisters forward during the show. 🤷🏾‍♀️

@Need4LSpeed ​​/ Via Twitter: @Need4LSpeed

When asked by a fan why she thinks this happens, Lauren explained that it’s about entertainment value.

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“It’s the couples that get engaged that sometimes don’t even show themselves. I think they just show what they find most entertaining,” she shared.

It’s the couples who get engaged that sometimes don’t even show themselves. I think they just show what they find most entertaining. https://t.co/sKrYsKMItZ

@Need4LSpeed ​​/ Via Twitter: @Need4LSpeed

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In the meantime, he says they stop filming those other people and send them home.

@Need4LSpeed ​​/ Via Twitter: @Need4LSpeed

It’s not the first time the show has come under fire for couples who chose not to show. Earlier this year, fans were shocked to learn that there were eight engaged couples during the first and second seasons, but only six were ever shown.

“I think it’s really funny that people say, ‘Oh, you put someone who was, you know, heavier in there, and then you just didn’t follow through.’ It’s not like anyone wants that to happen or doesn’t want that to happen,” show creator Chris Coelen told Variety.

He continued, “What I want to happen is to be true to the experiment. You put people in there. They can’t see each other. If they fall in love, then we follow it, and if they don’t, we don’t.”

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