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'They painted thicker bikini bottoms on the girls!': The Bachelor gets roasted by fans for censoring racy thong swimsuits with hilariously bad Photoshop

By David Lawrance For Dailymail.com

Published: 21:37 GMT, 6 February 2020 | Updated: 21:45 GMT, 6 February 2020

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Producers of The Bachelor have been mocked by fans for digitally covering up racy thong swimsuits worn by the contestants in Monday's episode.

The fix was achieved by applying thicker bikini bottoms on the women as they took part in a racy photo shoot by a waterfall in Costa Rica. 

However the effect was roundly ridiculed by fans on social media, who described the work as 'terribly edited' and couldn't believe 'actual paid professionals did this'.

Photoshop fail: Producers of The Bachelor have been mocked by fans for digitally covering up racy thong swimsuits worn by the contestants in Monday's episode

Photoshop fail: Producers of The Bachelor have been mocked by fans for digitally covering up racy thong swimsuits worn by the contestants in Monday's episode

Indeed, the digital cover-up did appear to have been very hastily applied, with some of the women seeming to have had a solid block of color drawn over their butts. 

And fans of the reality TV show were merciless in their derision. 

'[I]’m obsessed with the bachelor giving the girls thong bikinis to wear on this date but then editing massive fake full coverage bikini bottoms onto them. absolutely the most confusing show i’ve ever seen,' tweeted one viewer.

'Was i the only one who noticed that they painted thicker bikini bottoms on the girls? I’m ROLLING,' said another. 

Before the fix: The fix was achieved by applying thicker bikini bottoms on the women as they took part in a racy photo shoot by a waterfall in Costa Rica

Before the fix: The fix was achieved by applying thicker bikini bottoms on the women as they took part in a racy photo shoot by a waterfall in Costa Rica

Critics: However the effect was roundly ridiculed by fans on social media, who described the work as 'terribly edited' and couldn't believe 'actual paid professionals did this'

Critics: However the effect was roundly ridiculed by fans on social media, who described the work as 'terribly edited' and couldn't believe 'actual paid professionals did this'

Great work guys: Indeed, the digital cover-up did appear to have been very hastily applied, with some of the women seeming to have had a solid block of color drawn over their butts

Great work guys: Indeed, the digital

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