In Brienne Cross’s Reality TV Show, “Soul Mate,” Compatibility is Key
Reprinted with permission from the blog, Briennecross.com
How do you become someone’s Best Friend Forever, after a few short weeks together in a houseful of competitors? With nineteen other people vying for the honor?
Sure, there was the talent portion of the program, but everyone there had the chops; they’d already proven their mettle as backup singers, even lead singers. (Trent Sligo, cut early on, had his own band and some success.)
So how did Brienne Cross cut her potential Best Friend Forever and sometime-backup singer from a herd of attractive, eager, talented and hungry individuals vying for the appellation, “Soul Mate?” Compatibility? Or was this all scripted, the outcome never in doubt?
Sources close to the show say Brienne made the decision. She narrowed it down to the last four contestants—two male and two female—and kept mum about the possible outcome.
Because no video of the Reality TV show’s taping has been released, and will likely never be released, all we have to go on is the four people who were left. The four people who died with her.
Sadly, instead of one contestant, all four of these beautiful young people will forever be linked to Brienne Cross.
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