Netflix had just released the second batch of episodes, which saw the five remaining couples moving into new apartments together, meeting each other's families, and planning their (very fast) approaching weddings. I was so wrapped up in the cuteness of Lauren and Cameron and the nonstop drama of Giannini and Damian that I almost missed it, but he was right: Nearly every single date scene involves the cast members drinking out of shiny metal wine glasses.
Jessica and Mark used the metallic wine glasses at their very cold-looking outdoor dinner. One theory is that the show outfitted the couple's new homes, which all look fairly similar.
Another theory is that Love Is Blind is secretly sponsored by Big Metallic Wine Glass, which means that...sorry. I just lost my train of thought when I was overcome by the urge to purchase a metallic wine glass.
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Once out of the pods and into Atlanta, these copper wine glasses pop up in nearly every scene of Love Is Blind. In the universe of Love Is Blind, it's not a date if there are no metallic alcohol holders (and it's not an engagement unless it happened in a pod).
For the conspiracy theorists among us, the cups may be part of a plot to make us believe, subliminally, we need copper wine glasses in our cabinets. As with many dating TV shows, alcohol, that great social lubricant, is a near ubiquitous presence on Love Is Blind.
JOEVERamazon.coffee flowing libations help explain how many grown adults got engaged to complete strangers before ever meeting them. However, in an interview with OprahMag.com, creator Chris Coleen assures us that contestants were never pressured to drink.
With that in mind, did the Love Is Blind cast mates want to drink out of copper wine glasses, or were they handed the copper wine glasses? Whether the abundance of glasses is the result of chance or conspiracy, the effect is the same: We want 'em in our lives.
Pour some red wine into a copper chalice and stare at people with a cocked eyebrow. That said, if you're hoping to be more like a Game of Thrones character, then these etched copper plated goblets are literally your only option.
Whether the fiancés rendezvoused for group parties, retreated on romantic dates or split vino with their dogs (really, Jessica? ), the couples always sported the exact same opaque, shiny cups that looked straight out of a Williams Sonoma catalog.
While the appeal of sipping incessantly from those gorgeous wine glasses is almost enough to make me look at an application for Love is Blind season 2, I conducted a thorough internet search to see if I could drink like the cast without an impending, “I do.” Gold Stainless Steel Wine Glass: $21.99 @ Amazon Drink out of this set of Love is Blind -like chalices for just $22.
$35.99 @ Amazon The intricate texture on these stainless steel glasses will catch eyes at any dinner party, given your guests aren't anxious sets of fiancés. If you spent this past weekend wedged into a corner of your couch, overcome with what can only be described as a mix of terror and glee, then chances are you (along with the rest of us) binge-watched all of Love Is Blind.
We went direct to the entertainment source and asked a producer from the show who verified via email, with an actual Amazon-cart screenshot and all, the exact date that these over-the-top goblets were ordered: October 8, 2018 (aka the year when this series was filmed). While we were spilling this shopping wine, the show-specific stemware styles sold out.
All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. But what we really need to talk about is perhaps the craziest moment of them all: when Jessica gave her dog wine.
Jessica, one of the contestants on Netflix’s reality dating series, was in the middle of a very serious conversation with her new fiancé Mark about their relationship, diving deep about their age difference (she’s 34, he’s 24) and what that means for their future and kids. Then she just casually leaned down and let her dog drink wine right out of her own glass.
And the internet rightly freaked out since grapes and wine are toxic for dogs. And giving her dog wine isn’t the only moment involving alcohol that Jessica’s been regretting now that the first nine episodes of Love Is Blind are streaming on Netflix.
“I think there’s a reason that there’s sometimes alcohol around during these reality shows,” she says after a long pause. I know the first one I took accountability for on camera and then the bachelorette party as well.
She’s aware that her drinking habits on the show may seem like a cause for concern, but she explains that isn’t how she acts normally. “But actually I’ve had a lot of people reach out to me like, ‘Are you an alcoholic,’ or something like that, and I actually don’t drink very often.
While Jessica might not come off as bad as other contestants (may we direct your attention to Carlton’s insults hurled at Diamond), she’s been feeling the hate on social media ever since the show debuted on Netflix. “I was on a plane when a lot of people started watching it.
I landed and got some really negative comments on Instagram and it was just a shock,” she says. When the second batch of episodes dropped on Netflix last week, viewers got to see Jessica reveal some more of her past to Mark.